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l ll!llill The Bath County News-Outlook "Thursday, July 6, 2006 :~!~ :(~i ~ ~ ~ ? :i i East Fork news By: Nancye Hall Now I know why I have kept several letters from years ago. They still speak to me through a haze of memories. I received another "keeper" letter the other day. It was from an old friend, Wdma Young Whitton, who lives in Indiana. W'dma grew up here at East Fork, and she has never forgotten her roots. She echoes my feeling that the old home place and community ale almost hal- lowed ground. We are who we are because of where we grew up and the people with whom we grew up. I lived in Ohio for almost forty years, but Ohio was never my "home". These hills, these hollows, and this creek are my home. These people are my people. We have so much in com- mon. Likewise, I treasure my East Fork memories of W'dma and Nancy and their parents, Sterl and Kathleen. I think that Wilma would agree: 'q'here's no place like home." One of East Fork's own was honored with a retirement dinner Friday night at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Fairbom, Ohio. Billy Black retired from the Civilian Federal Services after nineteen years. Counting those years, he. had a total of forty-two years with the United States Air Force. One of the speakers elicited responses from Billy about his background. He learned that Billy is the youngest of five chil- dren, three of whom ale still liv- ing, He was only thirteen months old when his dad died suddenly, and his mother reared him. He joined the Air Force in 1963 and lraveled to various parts of the country and the world, but he always maintained a humble atti-. tude. He never tooted his own horn. Billy received congratulato- ry wishes from President George Bush and First Lady Laura Bush, as well as various awards and acknowledgments. Area family members who Otis. Jim Tmcher has recently taken his dad to Lexington for medical tests. Kaleb Roberson, C. J. Clevinger, and Jacob Anderson spent the weekend with Charles, Linda, and Cody Anderson. Charles and Linda and the boys went to a pig mast at the home of Carol and Roger Stephens Saturday night. The boys had such a good time. Anna lee Anderson and Louise Fry visited Buck and Alyene Buckler Sunday afternoon. East Fork Church attendance Sunday was 60. Offering was $487.50. Have you noticed how often the East Fork Church is mentioned in this column? The reason is that the church is the focal point of the community. It defines East Fork's character: a caring, God-fearing community. As some young Amish men labored diligently this past week to put a new roof on the church, I gave thanks that the preservation of the church contin- ues. Just the thought of the church being abandoned or falling into a state of disrepair gives me pause to thank God for the church. I am often in awe as I gaze upon the church in the early morning sun- light or sometimes in the evening twilight. SO many schoolchildren, so many worshippers have gone through those doors. It is my wish that the East Fork Church Stand tall and proud for generations to come. May its very presence give others strength, as it gives me strength. 9 Oaks Farm news By: Pat Gates Greetings All!! I hope at this writing that you all have had a wonderful week. It is Monday July 3, 2006 today. Last week I didn't get my column in as we were trying out a new computer and the printer was not working with it. I know everyone has been enjoying friends and family with cookouts and reunions and such. ~: ii :~i;i iiiii~ ii~ iii !i and had a great time. I took my us what our dreams meant as she usual red, white and blue frosted had a dream book. I thought she cupcakes with little stars on them was so pretty with her blonde hair and a seedless watermelon, and and blue eyes. We will all miss the kids who were there ate so you Janie. much I thought they would burst. I miss all my older friends, who They really enjoyed the watermel- have gone on to be with Jesus. I on! Tirah brought homemade remember Lena Short who would chocolate chip cookies and every- bring me paper dolls cut out of one loved them also. Of course McCaU's magazine and little rag we had the usual hot dogs, ham- dolls she would make. I remem- burgers, potato salad, baked ber Mrs. Williams andhow papaw beans, and all the pop, icedteaand and I would walk down and visit water you could drink. We didn't her and she had a huge weeping stay for their fireworks show but willow in her yard. I remember we lucked out and saw some on Mrs. Carmie Dyer and her corn- the Interstate that they were shoot- meal pancakes and I thought that ing off in Morehead. So we pulled was strange to eat for breakfast but off the mad and watched and they since*I've learned a lot of people were beautiful. It just isn't the do, and she would give us apples fourth of July without seeing fire- from her tree. works. I remember Irvine Dyer, her Last evening when I was relax- son, on his tractor going back and ing for a few minutes on the front forth across the fields seven days a porch, the sky had a warm fuzzy week, with his old hard, steel pink glow after the sun had gone army helmet on, as be was a veter- down and seeing that with the pale an. blue cloudless sky it was so com- I can remember going to Islie fortingly beautiful. The tomatoes and Jan RefilI's on Sundays after are now shoulder high in the gar- church, and having some of the den and the pumpkins are getting best dinner's you could ever get. huge. My flowers in front of the And Joyce her daughter teaching ham look like a Monet painting. I us a few things we hadn't learned. have Indian paintbrush, Queen I know they are all in Heaven Anne's lace, Black-eyed Susan's looking down on us helping and Hollyhocks. My Gladiolus us along the way. are blooming now and they are a I sent in a picture of a sunrise to pale pink and the Cannas Lilies Channel 18 a few months ago and are getting bigger so soon they too had given up hearing anything, will be blooming, when this week, low and behold, I last week Faye, Gale, Sue and received it back, along with a I worked on painting the boards beautiful certificate for 6 pieces of for the quilt square that will go in chicken and all the fixings's, need- the Park in Salt Lick. We will less to say that made my day. Our continue our work this Red Hat's club had a wonderful Wednesday. We are enjoying this meeting at Carter Caves last week project and have three more quilt and a nice supper. Gale and Gwyn squares to do. rode with me, and we chatted all I wish to express my sympathy the way there and back, planning to the family of Janie Simpkins future excursions. who passed away last week. She. one of our neighbors was kind was a dear friend of mine and used enough to mow out 4 fields for the to come pick me up, when I was a hay, and they look so much better small girl and take me to church now. Thank You. with her. We used to go to her I went to Lexington to my glau- house and watch her husband coma specialist and thankfully it Stanley make Sorghum molasses has not progressed, or worsened. and he would let us dip a piece of I helped with vacation Bible cane in the vat and we would lick School last week and had a ball. attended the celebration were Darlene and Randy'Buckner, daughter and son-in-law; Opal Bailey and Nina Wdlimm~ sisters; ~na Buckler and Vickie Reed, nieces. Billy's son, David, came in from Virginia, as did grand- daughter Natafie, who came in from California. We are so proud of Billy and wish him the very best. He and his lovely wife Charlene plan to make their home here at East Fork. Life sometimes makes a cycle: he's coming home again. Gene and Bev Howard have recently been in Michigan for the graduation of their grandson from high school. Mr. and Mrs. Wtlliam Thomas visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and Cody Monday night. Mrs. Mary Roull had supper with Sally and Stanley Porter Tuesday night. Felicia Buckner and Justin Fancher have been attending the F.FA. leadership camp in Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Glynis Boggs visited Mrs. Mary Routt on Friday and Samrday. Richard Day, who works in Florida, spent the holiday week- end with his wife Kelia and other family members. Happy Birthday to Mark Hall on July 2, Jennifer Buckler and Nadine Young on July 3, Aitkin Buckler on July 4, Elizabeth Reed on July 5, and Justin Fancher on July 7. Jennifer Buckler, Misty, Chandler, and Victoria Otis ~enjoyed the rodeo at Rupp Arena on Friday night. Sue Carr had been lamenting the fact that she wasn't seeing her grandchildren as often as she would like. Then a few days later, she was called in from bushhog- ging to he told that she had com- pany. Her grandchildren had come flom Wmconsin to see her. Her grandchildren, Jolyssa Kotarak and Joshua Schwnlst, were accompanied by Cathy Kotarak and Dawn and Ted Schwulst. Nancye Hall visited Aitkin and Kaye Buckler on Saturday after- noon. Homemade banana ice cream made by Gloria Garrard was the special treat at a cookout Saturday night at Homer and Sue Trent's house. Other guests besides Gloria were as follow: Brenda and Bob Trent; Jennifer and Jimmy Buckler; Misty, Jamie, Chandler, Victoria, and Zachary My husband and I attended a the :sorghum off and it tasted Mrs. Nola can really cut water- cookout at his sister Georgia's house in Carlisle Saturday night ~ good. She could~tell .me!ore and all the ~ds hada fun ~OPEN NIGHTLY 7 DAYS A WEEK~,'1 PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN (1~-]3) CARS (Q) SUPERMAN RETURNS (pa-13) NACHO LmaE (~-13) Unlimited Hours! 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Their return trip was through the Nada Tunnel and Red River Gorge and on to Broke Leg Falls where this picture was taken. Pictured, left to right, Regina Miller, Mike Warner, Judy Holt, James Holt, Scott Garrett, Sue Garrett, Gary Sweazy, Elaine Rice, Chuck Kessler, Ruth Webb, Randall Webb. Photo by Lowell Rice. Broke Leg Falls is not open for foot traffic. l]nle. Nola's quilt brought in over $900.00 for Relay for Life last Saturday. Congratulations to her. Thanks to Rachel for coordinating it, and to everyone who helped. We al} got a nice certificate to keep. If you get a chance you should always help with Bible School as it very rewarding work. Faye had her little granddaugh- ter Grace at Church Sunday, and she is a doll and very friendly. Little Chyna had on a white sailor outfit and looked as cute as Shirley Temple ever did. Little Shea was cool as a cucumber in her little flower trimmed outfit. I love watching the kids at church having a good time playing and talking with each other. Well I better quit writing or I will miss the 12:00 deadline. Hope you have a good week! The prayer this week is: Psalm ch: 18v:49: Therefore will I give thanks unto thee, O Lord, among the heathen, and sing praises unto thy name. Until next time; May God Bless You and' keep You in the shadow of his wings. Bethel news By: Gayle Crouch Get well wishes are extended to Mickey Dailey. Mr. & Mrs. John Workman entertained with a party on Saturday night. Fireworks ended the fun evening. Wonderful music is sung and played at Bethel Community Church each Sunday. Those performing are, Rob Wright, Phyllis King, Doug and Dollie Manley, Larry Moore, and Mike King. Margaret Moore purchased a large bell for Bethel Community Church. Larry Moore, Doug Manley and Larry Manley mounted the bell. Shannon and Chris Roussos enjoyed playing golf on Sunday evening. Faye Corbin has a beautiful star mounted on her home. Call the Bath County Board office, 674-6314 if any parents are interested in preschool at Bethel. Carolyn and Gayle Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Manley, Larry Manley Debby Gulley, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Raymond Manley attended a cookout at noon on the 4th of July. The event was hosted by Margaret Moore honoring Larry Moore. Fox Valley Lake was the loca- tion. Thirty people attended. Gano Butcher has been coon hunting lately. Debby Gulley entertained several people for lunch on Sunday. Many from Bethel attended the Lions Club Horse show over the holiday "weekend. instructions to sign up please call 606-674-6317 or 606-674-2168 Any Teller or Customer Service Representative can help you Owingsville, KY 40360 1893-2006 (: IF a I" I~ ~ N I A t . u s, s s Member FDIC EQUAL IIIOUSII