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10 - October 18, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook compiled from the at- The Owingsville Drug Bonnie and Clyde, wereurday night, Oct. 23, 8 to chives of the Bath County Store was sold last week to finally captured Monday 12 midnight, at Lions Club News Outlook Jerry Bohn of Vanceburg. after a car chase that in- Park. The Varitones dance Mr. Bohn, a pharmacist, volved road blocks and air band from Lexington, a October 16, 1941 purchased the Rexall Drug surveillance. The two men 5-piece musical group with Approximately 70 acres Store from Mr. and Mrs. suspects, Clifford Hall, 29, vocalists, will play music of level land in the Licking Millard Gevedon and as- ofWhitesburg, and James for all ages. river bottoms near Midland sumed management of H. Fultz, 46, of Morehead, Gary "Burnsy" Stewart have been acquired by the the business Monday. Mr. were wanted in connection tendered his resignation to Morehead State Teachers Bohn will move his wife and with robberies in Salt Lick the board pending the loca- College for the construc- two children to Owingsville and Sandy Hook and hadtion of a suitable replace- tion of a pilot training field as soon as possible, twice taken hostages that ment. Stewart teaches and commercial airport. In only its second year were later released. They industrial arts along with The partnership of A.N. of football, Bath County were captured Tuesday Tom Osborne. Stewart's Denton & Son, operated High School has gained after what is believed to resignation was accepted here for many years by an unusual distinction, have been an aborted at- and Paul Courtney was & N. Denton and his son, The Wildcats' speedy little tempt to rob the bank of designated as a substitute AndrewJ. Denton, was dis- fullback, John E. Jones, is Hindman. The men's sus- teacher. solved sometime last week the state's leading scorer, pected accomplice, Geral- A fine defensive effort by and control of the garage Jones tallied three touch- dine Hall Caudill, was held Bath County stymied West was assumed by the son, downs Friday to boost his in Letcher County on Sept. Carter Thursday night and the father retiring from season's total to 114. He is 17, after the Salt Lick Bank allowed the undefeated active business. The busi- a 165-1b. senior and has robbery in which $9000Wildcats of Coach Gary Ra- ness will be operated here- already gained more than was taken, mey to make it No. 8. The after under the firm name 1000 yards for the Wild- Ad: Salt Lick Roller Rink, cats shut out West Carter, of the The Denton Motor cats. opening Friday, Oct. 25, 22 - 0, on the Carter Corm- Company. Grocery prices at Manu- Friday and Saturday, 7 to tians home field. Community news for that el's KY Food Store: Slice 10 p.m Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m week was received from: picnic ham, 43 cents/lb.; 75 cents with own skates, October 18, 1990 Moores Ferry, Polksville, bacon, 69 cents/lb.; lamb 81.25 with rink skates. The 1990-91 burley to- Salt Well, Wyoming, Bald fries, 99cents/lb.; Spam, 12 Grocery prices at Rich- bacco selling markets will Eagle, East Fork, Thomas oz, 49 cents; Gorton's Fish ardson's IG& assorted open Monday, Nov. 19, and Hill, Olympia, Kendall Sticks, 69 cents/lb, pork chops, 99 cents/lb.; sell on the 19th, 20th, and Springs, Harpers, Tunnel No. 1 white potatoes, 20 lb. 21st the firstweek, the Bur- Hill, White Sulphur, Roe's October 17, 1974 bag, $1.49; frozen fish por- ley Sales and Marketing Run, Peeled Oak, White Two bank holdup sus- tions, 32 oz. package, 81.29; Committee has announced. Oak, Sees, Stepstone, pects and their accomplic- hot dogs, 12 oz. package, Bath County scored two Forge Hill, Bethel, Knox es, whose trail of robberies 69 cents, touchdowns in the first Cliff, Washington, Mt. and attempted robberies eight minutes of their game Pleasant, Slate Valley has stretched over a period October 14, 1982 at West Carter Thursday of a month and reads like Tickets are still available night and could generate October 14, 1965 a watered-down re*run of for the big Harvest Ball Sat- no more scoring d fives in I The Maker's Market in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, a market space for arts and crafts vendors, recently featured this handmade basket, constructed from folded newspapers from, of all places, Owingsville, Ky. The store is owned by David and Beth Millis, and Beth's father is John Brother, Jr. Her grand- father is John William turned 80 in June, and his family took him to his an- cestral home and picked up some newspapers for this project. She said that her father was born in Chi- cago but remembers visit- hag his grandparents in Owingsville. His brother, Joseph Richart Brother, was the owner of J. R Brother Hardware in Owingsville. Northport, Alabama, , Bro e $.r, who grew up artist E. Lewis custom- Brother's made the basket with the a - papers, and it' spfe- " tlon with Owingsville. sented to Brother on his Beth aidthath6r father birthday. Due to the recent illness of Blaine Young, reserva- tions for the rental of the Owingsville Lions Club are being handled by Stanley Porter. Please contact Stan to confirm your reservations at 859-351-1413. 30,000 people can't be wrong!!! We have the largest circulation in the area with over 30,000 people reading our newspapers weel:dy! The Bath County News-Outlool The Carlisle Mercury The Flemingsburg Gazette The Menifee County News The Robertson County News Organ Donor Eleanor, Transplant Recipient Kosair BCharities Celebration will be Oct. 7 from 1-4pro at Kosair Charities in Louisville. www.trustforlife.org 1-866-945-5433 their 16-0 blanking of the Owingsville was once again Comets. The Cats are now a hot topic at Monday's 6-2 for the season that is Owingsville City Council winding down with only meeting. The speed bump two more games was put in on August 27, in The completion of the,the 15 mph zone, after four new Bath County Medical citizens who reside on Ce- Clinic, located on Rt. 36, cil Avenue came to a City next to Pathways, is near, Council meeting in Janu- as plans call for moving ary, requesting it be put in. equipment to the new facil- Salt Lick Deposit Bank ity this week. in Salt Lick celebrated its lOOth anniversary last Sat- October 18, 2001 urday, with an open house, Bumps along the road including door prizes, food of life have a way of upset- refreshments, and live mu- ring people, and the speed sic. bump on Cecil Avenue in 0 Jess and Kathleen Brewer them and their family- Greg, were united in marriage on Kim and Oscar Brewer- at October 27, 1962. the Big Woods Community God has blessed and kept Church on Sunday, October them together for 50 years. 28 from 3 to 5 p.m. The family invites friends The family requests no and family to celebrate with gifts please. 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