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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper Sept. 15, 2010 12 You Can Turn A Necktie Dog Into A Workhorse Aside from the fact that most women are color un- conscious when it comes to selecting men's neck- wear, they are suckers for every new fad, includ- ing the new hoss-blanket ties the mod crowd is now sporting. She brought home one of those big wide jobs. And so it won't be a total loss, I am now sketching out a diagram for pockets on the back of the tie. No man in his right mind is going to wear that much clothing without a pocket in it for functional use. I figure there is ample room for my notebook, bottle of aspirin, road map, underarm deodor- ant, condensed fishing kit, local phone directory and first aid kit. "In fact, in an emer- gency to dress hurriedly, I could just put on this long, wide thing and no one would notice I didn't have on any clothes," I told my wife. It is not that we moun- tain folks don't under- stand or appreciate high fashion. We haven't had time for it yet. And we And we haven't figured Honoring Russ Metz out what to do with all the stuff we carry around in our pockets. Clothes are fashionable not because they have something but only when they don't have some- thing. If you are a fash- ionable man, for instance, you do not have a watch pocket in your britches. If you are a fashionable woman, you do not have a skirt. This trend has been noticeable for some time to use sharp-eyed observers, particularly the non-skirt look. If you are a man, you do not have a vest with your suit. To have one is to ad- mit that you are hopeless- ly out of date and wear the vest because you like to carry Bull Durham from a vest pocket with the tag hanging jauntily out as a status symbol. Of course, it is acceptable to wear a weskit because it is a vest that does not have a suit. You do not carry a bottle aspirin or even a bottle of bourbon in your pockets. This is crass. Strictly rube stttff. You carry your benemid or pot in a briefcase, which also makes you look impor- tant enough that the boss would allow you to take home company papers. "I didn't buy you that necktie so you could load it down with enough junk to give you a hang-dog look," Mamma informed me. "If I had wanted you to have an apron with pockets, I would have bought you one." Reluctantly, I agreed to negotiate. I would dispense with the note- book and fishing kit. No knowledgeable newspa- perman carries a 'note- book, anyway, if he did, somebody might accuse him to misquoting him. And the reporter on checking his notebook might find this was true. A lack of notes on such matters lends to an at- titude of greater imagi- nation and more colorful stories. Then I can always put the condensed fishing gear where I keep my collapsible spin reel and rod-taped to my shin- bone. It's probably just as well. Herbert Hoover was the only man known to fish with suit and tie on, and you know how history treated him. He always wore a vest to hide his wide tie, so we never knew if he had pockets put into his neckwear. It is doubtful, though. Back then few people could afford a tie- ful of anything. Just to keep peace in the family, I may wear the new tie. My bib over- alls can cure a multitude of fashion ills. --The Pied Typer-- This is one of those weeks when everything is "at sixes and sevens." Any old time dice shoot- er can tell you what that means, if he has seen a six and a seven turn up on the cubes and has re- quested an explanation from the shooter. It means things are a bit confusing and mixed up. The same way it has been for the last 600 years, which is how long this term has been used. Geoffrey Chaucer and William Shakespeare found things at sixes and sevens and said so in their writings. Experts say the expres- sion originated from the ancient dice game, specu- lating that the old time dice had more spots on them than our modern ones. This is the kind of experts you like to get into a table stakes game to get well quick. Chances are, he will accept a 12- spot pair of dice as legit and you can shear him with sixes and sevens all night. Having conducted some high-priced experiments over the years in this field, I have concluded that the modern-day dice are just like the old time dice, all loaded, and when a fellow rolls a six and a seven you simply lay one hand on the dice, the other hand on your pistol butt and politely request an explanation, which usually can give. Of course ordinary peo- ple should never play dice. colorful phrases. Every- one knows a four-flusher is a phony and a fake who would bluff to try to make a bobtailed flush stand up. A fellow who is well heeled has money, but he originally was a man who had a fighting cock with steel gaffs on his spurs. Some weeks. Like this one, when everything is "at sixes and sevens" you don't need a horoscope to It is immoral, wicked and tell you to stay away from too fast for them. And crap games. The best you putting to much faith in can hope for is to hold other people's galloping onto your seat and get a dominoes is putting you horse cut on what is hap- at sixes and sevens, pening to you. Gambling has given our language some of its most Elect Howard Stone Bath County PVA Ten years experience in Real Estate CHILITOS Mexican Grill 53 Miller Dr. 606-674-8788 Open Daily 11:00 - 10:00 pm Mon -Sat Sun 12:00 - 9:00 Hollar Family Reunion Another year has come and gone for the Hollar Family reunmn. Time for catching'up on old news, new news and memories Smith, Tommy and Amy Eads, Twana and Pea- nut and his sister Sue and Brandon and Adam Woods. Brandi Noble, of loved ones and wel- ZackBrockwaywithCar- comin  w,,,,s ri, Nick and Cody and .lUte; UtJJ. Jt3. . ";'1;.=,,,'-" '. " ' ' ...............  .............. roGhe The weather was not all that agreeable, got :,andANancy Mills, and dark on us; thunder Jim and Marietta Coyle. and lightning and here From Kentucky: Jeff comes the rain. But it and Kathy Adkins with passed and all turned Jacob and Jordan, Trish out great. Craig, --- Anna Cline, and Jerry and Jenny Adkins. From Michigan: Mar- garet and Willie Young and Tammy Lucas. From Indiana: Gerald and Shirley Martin. From Florida: Melva and Larry"Nahm-and Jack and Janet Seal. We had a very nice visit with all and missed each and every one who was unable There was plenty of food and fun and good company all around. There were people from Kentucky, Michigan, In- diana and Florida. From Ohio: Mittie Coyle, Sandy and Jim Phillips, Sue Hatfield, Brett and Tonya Osborne and sons Christian and Lo- gan, Kay and Rusty Fer- gerson, Amy and Zachary Hatfield, Jean Larison, Jo Hollar, Rita Pennix, Bud and Paulette Hollar, Kenny and Kim King, Brenda and Earshell Philpot, Shelley, Tim and Tanner Meehan, Cheryl, Tye, Caitlin and Eddie Belser, Doug and Anita Highley, Ken and Linda Coyle, Jim and Darlene Pennix, Andy and Cole Hollar, Jim and Linda Adams, Bob and Teri THANK YOU The Family of Naomi K. Jones would like to thank everyone for the kindness that was shown during her 8 year cancer battle and funeral. For all the calls, cards, food and flow- ers that was sent, you have our deep- est appreciation. Special Thanks to Richie & Anna Ruth Hunt, for your pro: fessionalism and kindness during this difficult time was impeccable. To the members of Sug- ar Grove Christian Church, words can't ;:> say enough to convey our thanks for everything. 'he friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing., not healing, not curing...that is a friend who cares" We are truly blessed to have so many caring friends. In Love and Appreciation, Naomi's Family INVITATION TO BID: . ", The Bath County Board of Education invites you to submit a sealed bid on blacktop sealing and striping for the areas around Bath County High School, Owingsville Elementary School and Bath County Middle School. For complete bid specifications contact Bumsy Stewart at Bath County Board of Education, 405 West Main Street, Owingsville, Ky. 40360 or phone at 606-674-6314 or 606-336-1983. Bids must be mailed or delivered to Bath County Board of Education at 405 West Main Street, Owingsville, Kentucky 40360 not later that the specified bid opening time. Time and Place of Bid Opening Bids will be opened at the Bath County Board of Education at 2:00 P.M. on Friday September 24, 2010. All bids must be received by the time designated and none will be considered thereafter. Failure to have bid in prior to bid opening will automatically prevent the reading of your bid. The board of education cannot assume the responsibility for any delay as a result or failure of the mails to deliver bids on time. At the specified time, all bids will be opened and read aloud. Any interested parties may attend. No immediate decision will be rendered concerning the proposals submitted. The board of education has the right to except or reject any and all bids. Published in The Bath County News-Outlook on Wednesday, Sept 15, 2010 PUBLIC NOTICE September 13, 2010 Pursuant to KRS 178.080 notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be conducted by the Bath County Fiscal Court to discuss accepting Fran Drive into the county road system. Which is hearing will be held at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Bath County Fiscal Court on October 14, 2010 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. at the court house annex. All parties inter- ested in the subject matter of this hearing are invited to attend. to come. So we hope that you will be able to come next year and visit. Remember that is always the third Sunday in August. So take care and be safe. We love you. Elect Gary Hunt ayor "The right person, for the right job, at the right time." www.gaxyhunfformayor.com 10u-8u Softball Tryouts S00p00t. 18, 2010 lpm The Cave Run Muskies will be hosting tryouts for girls 10-under and 8.under Saturday, September 18 @ The Kentucky Dream Park. Both of the teams are looking for dedicated girls and parents who enjoy competing at a high level. Girls should be prepared for various hitting, throwing, and fielding drills. The Dream Park is located on Willow Brook Lane off of KY 158 Contacts for more info: David Rose (10u) 606-207-0117 Tony Kimbler (8u) 740-646-0266