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4 - August 19, 2021 News Outlook By Chris Bailey, Pastor Owingsville Baptist Church Ephesians 5:15-20 is a short passage, but it is filled with practical and im- portant instruction. directionsfrom the apostle to the church are still very relevant for today’s believ- ers. First, Paul encouraged the believers to “be very , careful how they live.” The word translated as “live” literally means “walk around.” Believers, as they “walk around” or go about their daily tasks, need to be constantly focused on OVER THE HILL Vintage School Memo- ries From The Good old Days by Kathleen Perry A younger friend told me that I'm not old....I'm "vintage".llike that. I also like to talk about the "good old days". Doesn't everybody? I like to remember my early school days. School was a joy for me, and even though I had to walk a mile every day coming and going, I hardly ever missed a day! I don't remember but a very few days that the school was closed on account of bad weather. One of my favorite "good old days" memories is when I learned to read. Just seeing those ABC's turn into words, and then into sentences, changed my life forever! I still love to read and am still fasci- . nated by all the places it takes me! My early school days have left me with many Dear Editor, Thank you Cecil for writing the article on the virus. The kids have to take all kinds of vaccines to enter school. The flu vaccine changes every year. This vaccine is very new but there was no choice. It had to be made very quickly or there would have been more than 600,000 people who died. We all did not want this new virus but we what they are doing. Our daily lives should not be conducted without diligent concern. Second, Paul told the be- lievers to “make the most of every opportunity.” Be- lievers need to be aware there are opportunities to accomplish significant work for God. Therefore, they should always be seeking, even creating, meaningful work. Third, Paul instructed the believers to “not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is.” We will not always have com- plete clarity concerning God’s will, but we must al- memones. or instance, one frosty fall morning my brother Dink, who is a couple of years older than me, took an "empty" hor- net's nest to school. Imag- ine the excitement when the school room warmed up and so did the “empty” hornets nest! It's funny now but not-'so back then! I think I was in the fifth or sixth grade when I had a problem with two bigger girls who got their kicks out of making my life mis- erable at recess. (Nowa- days it's called bullying, an age old problem.) But I handled it myself. I don't know where I got the 3 cents for a postage stamp, COMMUNITY The opinion page does not reflect the views of the KyNewsGroup. The Message We Shared ways be seeking and grow- ing in our understanding. It is not enough to just as- sume we are on the right page. Fourth, Paul encour- aged the believers to be “filled with the Spirit” The word translated as “filled” means to “be full” or “com- plete.” Believers must seek more of God’s pres- ence. We will never reach the place were we have more than we need. If we are honest, we are quite of- ten lacking in our spiritual awareness. Fifth, Paul told the be- lievers to interact with oth- er believers in that Spirit OVER THE HI letter to our School Super- intendent, (you all know who she was), describing my problem. In a couple of days the two girls and I were called inside to the teacher's desk where we had a letter read to us from the superintendent. Those girls never both- ered me again. The one thing I learned from that little episode was ifI had a problem, to "go to the top". Another memory is the following. For days we had studied the States and their Capitols. Test day came and went A breeze. Imagine my surprise when I got my test paper back letter to the Ellillll‘ have to do our part to try and stop it Who want to be put on a ventilator for days or months? 1 wish the people who are against the vaccine c0uld to a hos- pital and see the patients on a ventilator. Maybe they would change their minds. Ifyou already have prob- lems, why take a chance? You wear seatbelts, helmets, get on a jet air- plane, smoke, overeat, COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT Civil Action No. 21-CI-90094 Bath County Fiscal Court V Unknown Heirs of Richard Menifee et a1. Defendants Notice is hereby given that the undersigned attorney has been appointed by the Bath Circuit Court as Warning Order Attorney to notify the Unknown Individuals who may claim an interest in 0.141 acres on Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Kentucky that a Complaint has been filed in the Bath Circuit Court in this matter. seeking to extinguish any alleged reversionary interests transferred from the Unknown Heirs of Richard Menifee Any such persons making a claim as Unknown Individuals have fifty (50) days from July 6, 2021 in which to file an Answer. K. David Bradley, Attorney At Law 8845 Leatherwood Road Salt Lick. Kentucky 40371 TELEPHONE (859) 404-1368 Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 08.12.21 and 08.19.21 take drugs, and get on the road and drink and drive but you "big bunch of ba- bies" are afraid of a need to might save your "life and others." The ones of us that have had the vac- cine now have to wear a mask because the rest of you "wimps" won't take the vaccine. It's like not having metal detectors in all the schools. It's not "maybe there will be no school shootings" Believers need to embrace and encourage one anoth- er spiritually. Finally, Paul instructed the believers to gratefully praise God. The apostle used the words “always” and “everything” in this admonition. We should strive for a constant grati- tude that addresses every facet of our living. Do Paul’s instructions speak to you? Would you be better for heeding them? L with ONE incorrect an- swer. For Kentucky I had written Franklin instead of Frankfort I can laugh about it now, but not then. Our little rural school, Cold Cave near Scranton, KY had a lunchroom in it where I was called on at times to help get the lunch ready. On rare occasions we had big cabbage heads which had to be cut up really thinly to make cole- slaw. That was my job. For my assistance in the lunch room I was given a free lunch! Saved my family ten cents a day on all those days! The old Cold Cave School building is gone now, thanks to Cave Run Lake, but I still have mem- ories that not even a lake can wash away or cover up! I like to bring them out from time to time and smile as I re-live them. Pic- tured below is THE COLD CAVE SCHOOL where I learned the Three “Rs” that have stuck with me all these years! but "when it will happen." The same goes for the vaccine. You may not get the virus but you probably will. I got the vaccine be- cause I don't even want to a mild case of it and will be wearing a mask for a long time because the rest of you won't do the right thing and help protect the rest of us. Patty Everman Tlhank You The Bethel Volunteer Fire Department would like to say THANK YOU to all that came out and sup- ported our Annual Fish Fry and Auction. A special thank you to Eddie Purcell for auctioneering, to everyone that donated an item for the auction, baked desserts, help set up and clean up and the help with frying the fish! We look forward to doing it all again next year. Bethel Volunteer Fire Department & Volunteers Chief Ike France Abounding Grace Assembly of God 91 Banker St., Owingsville Wes Crouch, Pastor Aguas Tranquilas Centro deAdoracion/ Still Waters Worship Center 177 Jackson Cemetary Road, Owingsville Keith Willoughby Bath County FirstApostolic Church 1226 McCarty Branch Rd Salt Lick, Ky. 40361 Pastor Daniel Flanery Bailey’s Chapel Christian Church 2429 Water-Dell Road, Owingsville Ryan Utterback, Minister Bethel Christian Church 518 Bethel Ridge Road, Bethel Rev. Richard Anderson Beth el Methodist Church 142 Bethel School Lane, Bethel Blevins Valley Christian Church 1418 Blevins Valley Road, Owingsville Russell Ingram, Minister Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Hwy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Jason Purdy City of Refuge Full Gospel Church 39 Sour Spring Road, Olympia Mike Munday, Minister Cornerstone Baptist Church 36 Cherry Lane, Salt Lick Jayson Minix, Minister East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork Road, Owingsville Billy Harmon, Minister Fairview Christian Church 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Gilty, Minister Grace Gospel Church 767 Main Street, Sharpsburg Dr. Andy Wyant, Minister Grace Gospel Tabernacle 91 Wyoming Road, v Owingsville Steve Meadows, Minister Greater First Baptist Church 247 Montgomery St., - Sharpsburg Tony L. Weathers, Pastor Hedrick Community Church 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Randall Jackson, Minister Kendall Springs Church of Christ 3072 Kendall Springs, Owingsville Jason Leber, Minister Lakeview Community Church 581 Cave Run Lake Rd., Salt Lick Rev. Eddie Dennison, Pastor Midland First Church of God 11479 Easy Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pastor Moore’s Ferry Christian Church ‘ 2396 Moore’s Ferry Rd., Salt Lick Dennis Carman, Minister Morning Star Baptist Church 161 Harrisburg Ave., Owingsville Eric King, Minister Mud Lick Church of God 9067 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Mark Caldwell, Minister H New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Road, Owingsville Jamie Stump, Minister Northside Church of God 1086 West Hwy. 36”, Owingsville Kenny Crouch, Minister Oakla F irst Church of God 215 Old Oakley Road, Owingsville Randy Hawkins Olympia Church of God 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Billy Hunt, Pastor 01d Springfield Church 3569 Springfield Rd. Pastor Bro. Roy Stacy Services are 3:00PM on Sunday Owingsville Baptist Church 92 Coyle Street, Owingsville Chris Bailey, Minister Owingsville Church Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Alton Norman, Minister Owingsville First Christian Church 11 East Main St., Owingsville Sean Bailey, Minister Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave., Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister Owingsville United Methodist Church 75 West Main St, Owingsville Daniel Burch, Pastor Pebble Church of God (Cleveland Assembly) 4857 Oakley Pebble Road, Owingsville Franklin Rose, Pastor Peeled Oak Christian Church 2592 Howard Mill/Peeled Oak Road, Owingsville Bill Teegarden, Minister Polksville Church of God 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Ralph White, Minister Preston First Church of God 7184 Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs, Pastor Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church Street, Salt Lick Calvin Lindell, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main Street, Salt Lick VemOn Lambert, Minister Salt Lick Free Will Baptist Church 6367 US 60 East, Salt Lick Andy Lands, Pastor St. Julie’s Catholic Church 77 East Main Street, Owingsville Father Arturo Molina Bill Grimes, Deacon Sh arpsburg Baptist Ch ureh 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Shane Henry, Pastor Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg Johnny Baber, Minister Sharpsburg Worship Center v 468 Main Street, Sharpsburg Paula Smith, Pastor Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Gregg Whitt, Minister Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Road, Preston Les Ingram, Minister Sugar Grove Christian Church 3841 N. Stepstone Road, Owingsville Francis Nash, Minister Tunnel Hill Church of God 1215 W. Tunnel Hill Road, Owingsville Sherman Sparks, Minister Upper Salt Lick Church of Christ 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister Victory Chapel 6927 Veterans Memorial Highway, Sharpsburg Kevin Miles, Pastor White Oak Christian Church 2606 White Oak Road, Owingsville Ron Weaver, Minister Young’s Valley Community Church of God 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vernon Gross, Pastor DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 pm. Friday. Advertising copy with proof deadline 5 pm. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 am. Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 am. Tuesday. Bath County News-Outlook Bath County News-Outlook(USPS 045260) is published every Thursday by 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. 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