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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper March 1, 2012- S COMMUNITY By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 I was listening to the radio on the way to work last Friday. The discus- sion was on the up com- ing Job Fair to be held at Morehead State College in March. I caught just a few moments of the pro- gram, as my drive to work is short: The coordina- tors were talking about how young women should dress for a job interview. "A young woman should wear a nice pant suit or a skirt that about knee Modesty length, not a short skirt and the shirt or blouse should not reveal her cleavage. She wants to be remembered for what she said, not what she wore." I have a question for our female readers: Does this statement offend you? Remember, this state- ment was made from peo- ple in the business world not from a preacher. If a preacher had said the same words to you would you find that offensive? The truth is short skirts and low cut blouses that show cleavage, not to men- tion skin-tight clothing dis- tract men ...and women know this is true. Wom- en who sell themselves on the street corner would not dress that way if it did not attract customers. Godly women will never dress that way for they are not in that business. Here is another ques- tion: If a woman wins a job (in par0 because of her modest dress should she show up for work in a tight mini skirt and a low cut blouse? Godly women will al- ways "adorn themselves in modest apparel" and they will not dress in a way that entices men to lust (1 Timothy 2:9). Godly wom- en know that evil men will lust after them and they know that even godly men have eyes. Thank you for reason- ing with me. I I Attendance Sunday morning was 42. The ' ichurch held nursing home services Sunday. Those who went were: Mike and Sherri Hollon;; Roy and Le- na Fultz; Aitkin and Kaye Buckler; Randy and Rhon- da Hawkins; Josh and Amy Knopka; Cavanah, Haley, and Riley Warner; Karen and Emily Hart; Ina Mar- I 0akla I tin; and Chery ! , Patti, and Tori Sorrell. The youth group from the church went to Perfect North Sat- urday. Those going were: Jamie, Paula, and Jamie Michelle Blackwell; Pat- ti and Tori Sorrell; Emily Hart; Justin Hester; Amy Knopka; Adam and Mi- chele Hawkins; Cavanah, Haley, and Riley Warner; $ News Bernita and Iyla Lew- is; Wes and Callie Robin- son; Ashley Dunn; Amber Price; and Justin McGuire. All reported having a good time. James Reed had knee surgery this past week, and he is doing well. Those visiting him on Sat- urday were: Mike Hollon; Mark Reed, and Roy and I I Lena Fultz. Rusty and Rita Cummins and Corby Jamison spent the weekend with James and Marsha Reed. Virgil and Wanda Spur- lock called on Roy and Le- na Fultz Wednesday night. Linda Gray had a birth- day supper Sunday night for her daughter Christy Gray. l i ......................................... This week in .... 1941 Owingsville is getting its side streets in first class condition under the WPA project sponsored by the city council. Construc- tion of curbs and gutters on Water Street and Ober- lin Avenue has just been completed and work is now under way on Wells Avenue in the West End. The work is progressing very favorably despite ad- verse weather conditions the past few weeks. The construction of curbs and gutters on these streets is a great improvement and meets with the approval of the citizens of the town. Ora Hurse Blevins and Charles Emerson Blevins, Jr., sons of Charles E. Blevins, were ordered to report at Owingsville Feb- ruary 28 for induction in the United States army, ac- cording to information re- leased Monday by Miss Billie Mae Corbin, clerk of the local board. 1965 Representatives of the Owingsville Lions Club, the Jaycees, and the Ow- ingsville Woman's Club met twice recently to make plans for the forthcoming May Day Program. In an effort to rejuvenate the fun and wonderful coun- ty-wide cooperation of the Sesquicentennial, it was decided that all three orga- nizations would join forces in making May Day a big- ger and better event than ever. The 61st District Tour- nament will be played at the Morehead State Col- lege Fieldhouse, March 5-6. (Menifee faces off against Bath and Breckin- i Hdge against Rowan Coun- ty, both on the 5th.) Flat Creek - Miss Mar- Memory Lane i ii i i i I garet Stone, Mrs. Lime Hutchinson, Freda Stone and Betty Lynam were in Lexington Saturday night to hear Chet Huntley speak at the Memorial Col- iseum. 1972 A Bath County native who attended school in Bethel and began his ca- reer at the Chronicle-Tri- bune in Marion, Ind., is among the select few peo- ple accompanying Presi- dent Nixon on his histor- ic trip into Red China this month. Bob Daugherty, 33, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Daugherty, for- merly of Bath County, is a photographer for the As- sociated Press and is one of the six newspaper and magazine photographers allowed to make the trip to the China mainland. James Denton, presi- dent of the Fleming Coun- ty Kiwanis Club, has just announced that the Beth- el Elementary School has been chosen as one of the best elementary basketball teams in this area of Ken- tucky and, as a result, has been invited to participate in the Fleming County Ki- wanis Club annual tourna- ment of champions which will be held at the Fleming County High School, be- ginning Wednesday night, Feb. 23, at 7 p. m., when Mason County Blue takes on Georgetown. 1982 Sometime between 1:45 and 5 a. m. Wednesday morning, thieves broke their way into the Conve- nient Food Mart, located at the bottom of town hill on Ky 36, and fled with food items, tapes, and cash totaling around $1500. Ac- cording to reports from state police, the suspects cut the telephone lines and Tenth Frame Cinema 1:40, 4:30, 7:2S, 10:00 PG.3 Act of Valor re 1:05, 4:10, 7:00, 9:50 Project X 1:30, 4:40, 7:40, 10:00 Journey 2: the Mysterious Island 3D This Means War 1:00, 7:30, 9:50 Pe 1:35, 4:36, 7:35, 9:55 Gone 1:25, 4:20, 7:15, 9:45 The Lorax 2D 4:05, 9:45 The Lorsx 3D iRl-: ,l.J Journey 2: the Mysterious Island 2D 4:15 Po Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 2D 4:00, 9:45 PC-13 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 3D gained entrance through the front door. The safe was blown open with some type of explosive. The suspects fled in a '76 pea- green Suburban. Wednes- day afternoon, Roger and Claude Williams, of the Bath County Sheriff's of- rice found most of the checks scattered along the east lane of 1-64. Work will begin on the cable television system in Owingsville within the next three years, John Bryant, engineering de- partment official for OVC Telecommunications, Inc. said. 1990 Today (rhursday), Ow- ingsville first complete body fitness center, Dy- nabody Fitness Center, opens its doors in the Mill- er Shopping Plaza in the Dave Miller Carpet build- ing behind the Dollar Gen- eral Store. Preston - Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowland, Mike and Jeffrey were visitors of Mrs. Paul Ross Jr. and Sue Ingram Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Purvis are wel- coming a baby girl. Members of the Owings- ville Volunteer Fire depart- ment responded to several barn fires in the Bethel ar- ea last week, two of which were on the same site. 2001 The third and final in a series of three public meet- ings regarding the pro- posed county fire tax will be held on Monday, March 5, at the Salt Lick Volunteer Fire Department. Pickshein News - A. J. and Judy Adkins, Da- na, Larry Butcher, Ron- nie Butcher and Luther Keeton had lunch with Ed- dia Mae Stewart. : East Fork - Mrs. Asa Hall, Mark and Amy and Leona Goldy were Sun- day guests of Brenda Jane Goldy. Jane's friend Bill was a dinner guest also. The Bath County Middle School Youth Service Cen- ter held WinterFest 2001. By Lawson Farm Bureau collects food in for Food Check-Out Week This truckload of canned and packaged food, weighing nearly 250 pounds, was collected and delivered for Christian Social Services in Owingsville in celebration of Kentucky Farm Bureau's Food Check-Out Week. The food was collected by the Bath County Farm Bureau Women's Committee. Food Check-Out Week is held the third week of February to celebrate the abundance and safety of food. Pictured above are Women's Committee Chair Darlene Buckler, Jackie Watson, and Bath County Farm Bureau President Aitkin Buckler. TRUE BUILT BARNS I j ...... i Gazebos, Dog Houses, ""Z;I I Lawn Furniture, Chicken Coops -- Q Abounding Grace Assembly of God 91 Banker SL, OwingsvUle Wes Crouch, Pastor Abundance of Rain Church 5367 E. Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Wayne and lckie Gifford, Ministers Bailey's Chapel Christian Church 2429 Water Dell Ra[, Owingsvifle Ryan Utterback, Minister Olympia Church of God 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Greg Crouch, Pastor Ore Mines Church of God 5343 East Hwy. 60, Owingsville Damon Byrd, Pastor OwingsvUle Baptist Church 92 Coyle SL, 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 Rd, Bethel Kevin Miles, Minister Bethel Methodist Church 142 Bethel School Ln., Bethel Matt Williams, Minister Blevins Valley Christian Church 1418 Blevins Valley Rd., Owingsville Russell lngram, Minister Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Hwy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Ted Murshall City of Refuge Full Gospel Church 39 Sour Springs Rd., Olympia Mike Munday, Minister East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork Ra[, Owingsville, Billy Harmon, Minister Fairview Christian Church 3064 South Hwy. H, Shurpsburg Morgan Gllty, Minister Fellowsh Tabernacle 586 Main S, Sharpsburg Gary Robinsbn, Minister  Grace Gospel Tabernacle 91 Wyoming Ra, Owingsville Steve Meadows, Minister Owingsviile First Christian Church H East Main SL, Owingsville Anthony Anderson, Minister Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave., Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister Owingsville United Methodist Church 75 West Main Sg, Owingsville Matt Williams, Pastor Pebble Church of God (Cleveland Assembly) 4857 Oakley Pebble Ra[, Owingsville 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 Rd, Preston Terry Frerichs, Minister Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Rd, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor SL Julie's Catholic Church 77 East Main S, Owingsville S Paul C. M. E. Church 13 High SL, Owingsville P'mcent Furris, Minister Grace Gospel Church 767Main SL, Sharpsburg Billy Noble, Minister Salt Lick Chrisaan Church 109 Church SL, Salt Lick George Stewart, Minister Greater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery SL, Sharpsburg Tony L. Weathers, Pastor Hedrick Community Chureh 5308 Old Sand Rd., Salt Lick, Randall Jackson, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main SL, Salt Lick Vernon Lambert, Minister Salt Lick Free tFdl Baptist Church 3 Water SL, Salt Lick Andy Lands, Pastor Kendal Springs Church of Christ 3072 Kendall Springs Ra, Owingsville David Aifrey, Minister Lakeview Community Church 341 Cave Run Lake Ra, Salt Lick James Allen, Minister Midland First Church of God 11479 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bash Stevenson, Pastor Sharpsburg Baptist Church 575 Main S, Sharpsburg Frank Goss, Minister Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main SL, Sharpsburg Patrick Bromagen, Minister Sharpsburg Worship Center 468 Main S, Sharpsburg James Allen, Pastor Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming Ra[, Owingsville Gregg Whitt, Minister Moore's Ferry Christian Church 2396 Moore's Ferry Rd., Salt Lick Wlllard Johnson, Minister Morning Star Baptist Church 161 Harrisburg Ave., Owingsville Mud Lick Church of God 9067 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Mark Caldwell, Minister Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Rd, Preston Les Ingrain, Minister Sugar Grove Christian Church 3841 North Stepstone Ra[, Owingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnel Hill Church of God 1215 West Tunnel Hili Ra, OwingsvUle Sherman Sparks, Minister New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Ra, Owingsviile Jamie Stump, Minister Northside Church of God 1086 West Hwy. 36, O wingsville Jim Crouch, Minister OaMa First Church of God 215 Old OaMey Rd, Owingsville Randy Hawkins, Minister Old Springfield Presbyterian Church 3569 Springlfeld Ra, Sharpsburg Todd and Emily Boyce, Pastors Upper Salt Lick Church of Christ 5385 South Hwy. 2H, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister White Oak Christian Church 2606 White Oak Ra[, Owingsville Ran Weaver, Minister Young's Valley Community Church 3559 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vernon Gross, Pastor I Support Your I Local Churches