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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 18, 2013 - 7 PICKSHEIN NEWS by Eddia Mae Stew- art Visitors of Eddia Mae this week were Johnny Shrout and his family, who wanted to wanted Eddia Mae to move back to Indiana with him, but I said no. He knew I wouldn't go, so he brought me a pair of silk banties, red and black. John Perkins came and checked on me every other day, and he brought me bananas and feed for my chickens. Other visitors were Charles Leach, Larry Butcher, Ronnie Butcher and Josh, Judy Adkins, Ed- ward Penick, and Do- ris and Danita York. Glen Martin came and plowed and tilled my garden. I am going to raise a big garden this year. Belinda and Jimmy White come and check on me every day. , I am looking for bolt cutters, scrap lumber, and tin either free or very cheap. I am also looking for anyone who wants to work. This week, Eddia Mae is sharing photos of her Aunt Betty Hat- ton's family. Betty mar- ried Tom Brown Gint- er, and they had Lena Elizabeth "Lit" Ginter Hawkins and Doris Ginter York. Betty died while Doris and Lit were young, and they were raised by Emily and Sam Shrout. Ed- dia Mac can remember when her father would put Doris on his knee and call her, "Papaw's baby." Betty Hatton Ginter Fanny, Lit;" Theresa, Randy, Doris, Matt, Paula, Mike, and Danita. Betty's husband, Tom Brown Ginter Lena Elizabeth "Lit" Ginter Hawkins Sam Shrout with Doris York Frankie Hatton and Lit visiting Tom Brown Ginter at the nursing home. ,~SCHOOL DAYS Doris Ginter York Ronnie Collins, son of Aunt Emily and Clarence Collins. He dled at a young age in a car accldent. Wilma Collins, daugh- ter of Aunt Emily and Clarence Collins. NITY , Crossroads Elementary to host Blood Drive submitted by Lorinda Rogers Because we had the BEST turnout of ANY elementary school in the Central Kentucky Region last year - The Kentucky Blood Center has asked us to host another Blood Drive! Crossroads El- ementary School is ex- cited to help out and will be hosting a community wide Blood Drive pro- vided by Kentucky Blood Center on Thursday, May 2nd from 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM in the CES Gym. *There will be double the Kentucky Blood Center staff on hand to accom- modate large numbers!!* photo by Cecil Law- son The Bath County Soil Conservation District Board held their annu- al Art Contest Awards Banquet Tuesday, eve- ning at the Bath Co. Ag Education Center. According to Betty Bailey, Soil Conser- vation District Board members and master of ceremonies, there were over 750 entries in the contest by stu- dents from Crossroads Elementary School and Owingsville El- ementary School. Bailey also recognized the contributions of late board member Aitkin Buckler, who sewed for 20 years. This year's theme was Hedges. "Forestry - Branching Owingsville Elemen- Out," and award win- tary hers were: First and Second Crossroads Elemen- Grade Division: First, tary Zoe Master; Second, Kindergarten Division:Roby Pile; Third, Jor- First, Kiara Little; Sec- dan Swartz. ond, Pedro Delapaz; Third and Fourth Third, Rachel Scott. Grade Division: First, First and Second Gabrielle Hill, who Grade Division: First, was also the Grand Kaylee Dunn; Second, Winner at OES; Sec- Sarah McCarty; Third, ond, Rileigh Ulery; Mariah Carter. Third, Abby Robinson. Third and Fourth Fifth Grade Division: Grade Division: First, First, Caroline Whitt; Selah Bussell; Second,Second, Kimberly Chynah Thompson; Caudill;Third, Anna Third, Angel Stewart.Tomblin. Fifth Grade Division: Gabrielle Hill was de- First, Savanna King, clared the county win- who was also the ner of the poster con- Grand Winner at CES; test. Second, Nicholas Friz- zell; Third, Dalton The City of Owingsville Will be having clean-up days on Wednesday, April 24, and Thursday, April 25, from 8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. We will NOT pick up Thunderstorms that moved across the area Thursday evening brought with them some damage, including re- ports of a tornado in the Camargo and Jefferson- ville areas in Montgom- ery County. The National Weather Service office in Jack- son, Kentucky, began tracking a line of heavy thunderstorms around 7 p.m. moving east across central and east- ern Kentucky through Montgomery and Powell Counties. Weather radar de- tected some rotation in some of the clouds, lead- refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, pain, batter- ies, or tires. We will pick up limbs if they are cut and tied in 3-foot bundles. Please have your items by ing the NWS to issue a tornado warning at 7:15 p.m. There were several unofficial reports of a tornado in the Camar- go/Jeffersonville area at the time that caused ex- tensive damage includ- ing downed trees and power lines. A number of affected areas were open to only local traffic and emergency officials. Later, National Weather Services officials deter- mined that the damage was done by 85-90 hour straightline winds, ac- cording to Robert Kis- kaden, with the Mont- gomery County 911 the curb. If you have an3 questions, please call 674 6361, from 8:30 a.m. unti 4p.m. office. The stormed then moved east into Bath and Menifee Counties. The high winds caused a tree to fall across Moores Ferry Road near Salt Lick and a pile of roofing tin to be blown across the road near Garland Hollow. There were also reports of a downed power line in the Stulltown area. The storm also caused damage in Rowan Coun- ty, including a downed tree on 1-64 and downed power lines on Hwy. 377/Cranston Road. j. Bath County News-Outlook (USPS 045260) is published every Thursday by M.C. Investments d/b/a/Bath County News-Outlook, 8 I-A Water St Owingsville, KY 40360 Periodicals Postage Rates are paid at Owingsville, KY 40360 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bath County News-Outlook, PO Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Members of the Kentucky Press Association The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors ~!1 SUB~RIPTION RATES: $25.00 for year in Bath County, $30.00deawhere in Keutucky and $35.00 mt of rote Subscrip6uns include sales tax where appfieabl~ All subscriptious payable in advance. WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bath County News-Outlook welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for confirmation. Unconfirmed letters and unsigned letters will not be published. Phone numbers are not published. We reserve the right to deny publication of letters and to edit letters for content. The deadline for letters to the editor is 5 p.m. Friday. Send letters to: Editor, Bath County News-Outlook P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 Letters may also be e-mailed to: melissa@kynewsgroup.com However, ire-mail is used, the sender should call 606-674-9994 to confirm that the letter was received. HOW TO REACH US Mailing address: P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Phone: 606-674-9994 Fax: 606-674-9994 Email for news and advertising: melissa@kynewsgroup.com DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. Advertising copy witl proof deadline 5 p.m. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 a.m. Friday Classified advertising deadline 10 a.m. Tuesday. PHOTOS/ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING: Color, black and white and digita photos are all accepted. Digital photos should be submitted in the jpg format an( can be emailed. Old photos will be accepted at any time. 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