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atures t_ THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK 1 Owingsville, Ky.--Week of August 7 - August 14, 2003 I 3 I Weblem. It may seem You and some of your ometh me for as remember. Here l.nson. I who ARE at same atli- us "night owls." fed that because we 10 or 11 get to be jokes and the rdisdain. say one more finw. or shonid I Afternoon? Ha ha get the same they do, I sim- t lime of day. get the aa't the mid-morning with today's society the need to ostra- us with different Cheek receives ed Award "Woodie" Bath County received the Association of presti- Service was present- at the organiza- annual con- July before an school admin- Bath County Memory nUally for the 31st year, the Service Award is a retired educator Served both public and the Kentucky an unsurpassed to the profession has His enthusi- are contagious, and asset to all has served, and said Wayne Executive for the award by Nelson of Pupil is credited aping innovative programs management the school dis- the has served. : has always taken is educational- children, whether service as a personnel or as a superin- Thompson. "His as a leader assets." member of the .Association of Cheek President in 1993, on all of the standing com- guide the a membership his education been appoint- committees, and boards representing all School and com- ha to serving as he International Pupil Personnel the Kentucky Pupil Personnel was appointed term on the of Superinten- i?i)i: }i)! x Please advise me, Diane. ---GETHNG SLEEP IN GRAND RAPIDS DEAR GRAND RAPIDS: I feel your pain. Grand Rapids. I, too, am a night owl, and cannot bear the smug comments of Morning People. I don't understand why people think they've accomplished some- thing worthy simply by maintaining Farmer's Hours. People have differ- ent body clocks, and your room- mates should recognize and respect that. You aren't lazy -- you just operate under a different circadian rhythm. Take heart, for while the early bird may get the worm, sheql get sleepy from stuffing herself, making her easy prey for the well-rested cat (you). So, don't be afraid to bare your claws and shoot back a few comments of your own toward those annoying crypto-Puritan roommates of yours. Send letters to Diane do King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or e-mail her at dianeadvice @aol.com. 2003 Wing Features Synd.. Inc. dent Advisory Council by the General Assembly. He is author of Have Truancy... Will Travel, a nationally recognized dropout prevention program, and has served as keynote speaker at the level to support at-risk children. Cheek is a past recipient of the National Pupil Personnel Professional Award ( 1991 ), the Kentucky Pupil Personnel Professional of the Year Award (1989) and the Kentucky Association of School Admin- istrators Leadership Award. Retiring earlier this year as Superintendent of the Bath County Schools, Cheek has also served as superintendent of the Jenkins Independent and Wolfe County school districts, and as director of pupil personnel for the Spencer County Schools. The Kentucky Association of School Administrators is the largest school administrators group in Kentucky, represent- ing more than 2,500 education leaders from across the Commonwealth. Formed in 1969, KASA connects educa- tion leaders to policy makers, legislators, and other interest groups, and provides numerous benefits and services to Kentucky's school administra- tors. St. Claire Hospice offers new support group : St. Claire Hospice is intro- ducing "Circle of Care," a sup- port group aimed toward the support of people who are deal- ing with life threatening illness- es and their family members. Diseases that may be consid- ered life threatening include arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, cancer. These diseases, though not completely curable, are treatable. This is a group aimed toward the hope of living well, learning coping mechanisms to improve daily quality of life, and meet- ing other people in similar situ- ations in order to help one another. The group is open to the community without cost. Meetings will begin on Monday, August 18 at 7:00 p.m. The meetings will take place at the St. Claire Hospice House, which is located on 307 Sun St. behind the St. Claire Family Care Center. The group will meet month- ly on every third Monday and will offer a series of education- al programs and supportive dis- cussions. Also, the group strives to meet the needs of the individual participants and will schedule time to share concerns with others having similar experiences. Jan Johnson, CSW, will facilitate the group, and refreshments will be pro- vided. For more information, contact Jan at 784-6808. Local student receives EKU Bachelor of Arts Jamie Leigh Vinson, of Owingsville, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Kentucky University at the conclusion of the Spring 2003 semester. The university recognized 1,321 graduates at its spring commencement, held May 10 Fresh Blackberries - Stanley Hatton. of Salt Lick, is seen here spending the afternoon selling blackberries at the farmers market, Hatton is one of many Bath County res- idents who sell fruits and vegetables every week at the mar- ket. (News-Outlook photo, Kirby Haskins) Successful businesses advertise in the News.Outlook!! state, national and international kidney and lung diseases, and in Alumni Coliseum. iii ii Spring Commencement [ Judy Drive-In Theatre 407s M,y,,I d Mt. st,u, Kv] was split into two separate cere- [ OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- SHOWING AUGUST 8 & 91 monies this year in order to I , Box0ffice Opens at 8PM Movies Start at Dusk / allow more family members ! and friends tO attend" The  morning ceremony recognized  i:  ! . graduates in the College of Arts and Sciences and Business and Technology; the afternoon cer- emony honored graduates in the Colleges of Education, Health Sciences and Justice & nowlalol.J: (gsg),ll-lr , For ubortffo,ha:w,,.i, dydxtv.om, j Safety TENTH FRAME CINEMA 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. Stealing, KY ://www.tenthframe.com 1:05; 3:55; 6:15; 8:40; 10:45 Freaky Friday 1:15; 3:35; 6:00; 8:20; 10:35 S.W.A.T. 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Main Street Owingsville 1940's Main Street looks much the same today, only the names have changed and the awnings gone in this street scene from the early 194o's. From left to fight, these were the businesses operating on Main Street in that time period. Glenn Perry's Drugstore on the corner, Farmers Bank, Friedman's Dept. Store, Ky. Utilities, Byron's Dry Goods, Bryon's Hardware, Owingsville Christian Church, Kroger (yes, once upon a time we had a Kroger store), Mr. Clyde's Place, Shrout Piper and Shrout Funeral Home and Furniture Store. Upstairs over the Farmers Bank Building, where the library's meeting room is now, where at various times during this period were the law offices of John Adair Richards, Dan Doggett Sr., Allie Conway and Connor Ewing. You had to climb a long set of steps to get a lawyer in those days! We've been serving Bath County's financial needs from our Main Street location for 11o years. 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