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6 • September 9, 2009 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook Stap ton-Skaggs The porenfs of Virginia Ann Slap/elan and DuBlin Carl Skaggs ~ould like fo announce fheir upcoming marriage. Virginia is fhe laughter of Connie and Jeff Woosle₯ (Owingsvi//e) and Sam ;faplefen (Sail Lick). She is also the granddaughter of Charlofte 7nd Tim Sfaplefon (Grayson) and Virginia and Harold "Tweeh/" "~ee (Olive Hill). DuBlin is fhe son of Tamara and Joe), Skaggs 'Sandy Hook). And fhe grandson of Olxd and Joyal Skaggs tOlive Hill) and Brookes Adkins and fhe /ate Car/Adkins (San- J₯ Hook). The ceremony will be hem September 12, 2009 af 5:00pm located af Cline Farm with recepfion fo Follow. Friends 7nd Family are invited fo loin fhem. rrill-A dkins Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Tamie Terri// Sr. and fhe /ate Wayne rolson would /ike fo announce fhe engagemenf of fheir daughter ~riffany Elizabefh Terrill fo Richard Adkins /// son of Mr. and By Melissa Mitchell melissa@ thecarlislemercury.com I have been reading an enjoyable novel by Chris- t/ant Heggan, '%Vhere Truth Lies" This novel was a breathtaking mys- tery. Grace McKenzie, was getting ready to take a trip to see her father, when Sarah Hatfield, the mother of Steven Hat- field, dropped in to see Grace concerning the death of her son and the will that he had made. Steven had left Grace his Museum Art Gal- lery in New Hope that he challenged Grace to go and check it out to see if she would like to keep the Museum. Grace was very hesitant at first but agreed upon the chal- lenge for one week. Once she arrived at the Museum in New Hope, she was amazed with the artwork that the Muse- um held. She could not believe how drawn to the small town that she be- came during the time of her stay. Grace took upon herself to clean up the Museum from the murder of Steven, and to try and find the murderer. She meets a FBI agent Matt Baxter, who also wants to find the murderer and clear his father's name. The two join together to solve the mystery and they run upon the big se- cret of the small town of New Hope that the citi- zens would wish to keep buried. They continue to dig for the informa- tion with only hours to spare to find out where the truth lies or be bur- ied with it. I found this book to be a page turning read, that will keep you on your toes. You can get a copy of this book at the local library. Until next time happy reading. The East Kentucky hal parasites. Each Most ofthe heifers will ment (859) 257-2856, Beef Cattle Council will heifer had to meet or ex- calve between early Feb- Larry Clay (606) 438- be sponsoring its' elev- ceed a pelvic area of 160 ruary and mid March. 9914 or Charles May enth Replacement Bred sq. cm. Pelvic Area was All heifers are guar- (606) 436-2044. Heifer Sale on Saturday, age adjusted to one year anteed bred for 60-days All the data on the September 19, 2009 at of age on all heifers,following the sale. heifers is posted on the the Lee City Stockyard. All heifers were test-There will be free de-Perry County web page. The sale will begin at ed and confirmed BVD livery for purchases of http://ces.ca.uky.edu/ l:00pm. Inspection will persistent infection (PI) 10 or more up to a 200perry On the left side of begin at 12:00 noon. negative, mile radius of Lee City. the page click on Agri- The Lee City Stock- All the heifers have For more information culture and Natural Re- yard is located approx, been checked by ultra-about the sale or pro-sources. 2 miles off the Moun- sound for intramuscu- gram you can contact For directions or sale tain Parkway on Route lar fat. This data will Dr. Lea Anderson at the information you can con- 205 about 10 miles east be provided on buyer University of Kentuckytact LeeCityStockyards of Campton in Wolfe request. County. The heifers were ar- There will be 82 bred title/ally inseminated heifers offered for sale. to the ABS bull New These heifers have Design 878. "Black An- been professionally de- gus clean-up bulls were Hrs. Richard and Deanna Adkins Jr. Briffany is the granddaugh- Each heifer has been far of Jane Purvis and fhe /ale Granville F. Purvis and maferna[ vaccinated against the granddaughter of fhe /ate Lefha louise Po/land and Kenda// and respiratory disease cam- Delphic Hollan o( Campfon. Richard Adkins III is fhe grandson plex (IBR, BVD, PI3, of/he/ate Richard Adkins St. and fhe /ate Jan/ca Marie Ginter BRSV, and Hemophilus), Adkins and fhe grandson of Alma Marie Shields Craig and fhe the clostridial diseases ~randson of Lowell Craig and Step-grandson of Trish Craig of (Blackleg, etc.) and the Jwingsvi/le. reproductive diseases |A Fall wedding is planned For September 5, 200P af 5.'30 (lepta and vibrio). Each ~.m. in/he evening at the Slate Valley Chrisfian Church on fhe heifer has be~;t'~a~ted ~Z.- ~ for internai~nd ext~r- Attention ] UTUAL,NSU NCE ] CAREGIVERS OF I OF FLEMING COUNTY I CHILDREN OR [ "Since 1875" ] ADULTS WITH ........ 1 108 Court Square, Flemingsburg 606-674-2237 1 T. t~t'.ll,~]t . 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Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Mason County veloped in cooperationused that met Heifer CE "Since 1879" of local County Agentsrequirements. 45 of the and UK Beef Specialist. heifers in the sale are• Homeowners AI bred. • Farm Properties There are 15 regis- • Mobile Homes tared Angus, and 5 rag- • Commerical Buildings /stared Limousin heifers in the sale. 3 of the L/m- ° Churches ouszn heifers are bred Call your local County Director for services co one DUn przng • • Loaded 237 LMO6S3. Lonnle Vice (606) 674-2734 The majority of the Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties gh:,:er:::e Angus or An , " " 1718 U.S' 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 Good Reasons To Select Our INEWSPAPER ’ I .o.A.z I I your copy up today! 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