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6 - November 06, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News outlook COMMUNITY Let's Reason Together By Alton Norman - Owingsville Church of Christ 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville 606-261-9263 What do you wanL I read a survey by Good Housekeeping a few years ago that asked 80,000 people what they wanted in a religious or- ganizatiom One of the things that came up very often was, "I want to be intellectually, stimulated". Frankly I cannot think of anything more intellectu- ally stimulating than the Bible. Today men discuss important ideas from a one sided point of view and they come up with the same old dumb answers. Take for example the ideal of evolutio Professors repeat professors of old and make =minor adjust- ments" and brag on their intellectual ability. But when we include the Bible in the discussion intellec- tual stimulation will take place. We could take the con- cept of God. In fact many want to deny the existence of God without ever read- ing the Ble. But who can read the Ble without being challenged by the thought of such a mag- nificent being as Jehovah? Just to think about an eter- nal, all powerful, totally righteous and true God is mmd00. And when we discuss the Ble we must discuss those things that are im- portant to our everyday life. What is right and what is wrong? How should we treat one another whlTle on this earth? What is the an- swer to the race problem? Is truth absolute or is ev- erything relative? What is marriage and how is the famRy to function in the world? What is the proper i Oakle00 News By:. Lena Fultz attend. The youth of the Marsha Reed and Practice has begun on the Oakley Church Christ- mas play which is sched- uled for December 6th and 7th. The Mens Fel- lowship will be Monday, November 10th at 7:00.. All men are welcome to church passed out candy for Halloween at Patti and to Toni Jorrelrs home. Jamie, Paula, and Ja- mie Michelle Blackwell spent the weekend in the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee. Brooklyn Skeene spend the weekend with family in West Virginia. Several from the cony munity attended the visita- tion of Omar "Bub" Buck- ler Sunday night_ Em Hester visited her r01e of government in soci- ety? - Yes, even that is dis- cussed in the Bible! The Bible imesents itself to us as the word of GocL This all powerful eternal being who was present in the beginning has revealed to us how we got here, what our on earth is, and what the future holds for us beyond this life. Now that is food for thought_ Thank you for reason- ingwith me. parents Danny and Karen Hart Sunday and attended church Sunday night. Randy and Rhonda Hawkins visited with i Jospehine Pettit Sunday. She is a patient in U.K. Hospital in Lexington. Birth Announcement Lucian Parley Dale Clark was born to his Imrents Louie and Ginny Clark on October 9, 2014 at St. Joseph East in Lex- ington. He weighed 8 Ibs. 6 oz. and was 20 and a half inches long. He is the pa- ternal grandson of Don and Mary Elizabeth Clark and the maternal grandson of Paul and Cathy Richard- son all of Owingsv. He was welcomed home by his very proud big brother and big sister Dylan and Audrey Clark Local Student Bethany Crouch Receives National Honor BATH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT RECOGNIZED FOR SUPERIOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT BY THE NATIONAL SOCIEIY OF HIGH SCHOOL SCHOIAI The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) today announced Bath County. High School student Bethany Crouch from Sharpsburg, Ky, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship, and com- munity commitment. The announcement was made by NSHSS Founder and Chairman Claes Nobel, a senior member of the fam- ily that established the No- bel Prizes. "On behalf of NSHSS, I am honored to recognize the hard work. sacrifice, and commitment that Bethany has demonstrated to achieve this exceptional level of academic excel- lence," said Mr. Nobel. "Bethany is now a member of a unique community of scholars - a community ' that represents our very best hope for the future." "Our vision is to build a dynamic international or- ganization that connects members with meaningful content, resources, and op- President James W. Lewis. =We aim to help students like Bethany build on their academic successes and enhance the skills and desires to have a positive impact on the global com- munity." Membership in NSHSS entities qualified students to enjoy a wide variety of I Tenth Frame Cinema] 930 Crrnago Road. Mt Sterling - Ph (859) 497-2518 I I SI.IO/IiES FOR November 7 John Wick Ouija 1:10, 4:10, 7:'15, 9=50 1:30. 4:30, 7:00, 9=56 R t3 Nightcr'awler irdmts "t :40 3:35, 7:20, 9.55 12:50, 1:45, 425, 8:00, 7"55, 9:.30 PG P; Boolk of Ufe Bicj Hero 6 1.'05 4:05 1:15, 4"15, 7:10. 9:40 Best of Me 7:25, 10:00 PG aj Hero 6 3D "Fanes: 4:15. 9-.40 . arship opporamities, academic competitions, flee events, member-only resources, publications, mrticipation in programs partners, personalized rec- items, ity honors. Jerry of Mt. Sterling 706 Maysville Rd. FALLHAEVI00Sff Turkey with Cornbread Dressing Dinner Served with 2 sides 9 Enjoy. a warm slice of .... Pumpkin Pie 00hurch Services Dirm0ry A/wMmg Gre OfC, 91 Banker SL, Owingsville Wes Crouch. Pastor Almmlae of RaiR Cltardb 5367 E. Hw T. 60. Salt Lick Wayne Giffm'd, Minister Agams Trm Cema'o de Adormn# Waters wo#, Cemz, r 177 Jakll Cb-a-qaly Road, Owingsville geah Wmo00by Ba Comaty Fint  Ckm,d 1226 McCar Brem Rd Lig K. 4361 PmrlmielFlam 63-2#63 Oa/d Fbst Om,ck of God 215 Old Oaldey Road, : e,a-ttawns SSg3East m. 36, ohm# a G Crouch, Pastor Ore M'm C/um'k of God ' 5343 East Hwy. 60, Owinville Damon B wd 92 c_- s om Clms Bail. Mhmter Omgm tm of Omit Alton Norman, Mhdster Ckdi Cklr 2429 Water-Dil Road, Owm00me Ryam Utt Minister Ommgmm' F'mut  t'Tmr il F.zt M= SL O Angora: Ana Mim Sm Bails7, Youth Minister eaw/C/mbae= C/mzck 518 Bethel Ridg Road. Bethel Glenn DmaL% Minister Umited M 142 Bethel Sclmoi Lan Bethel Ron Hill, Minister s00/m 1418 Blevins Valley Road. Owingswille Russell lngrmn. Minister t'Tmrck of Jems of Lr m,: 36. Owingsvme c'00of00 39 Sow Spring Road, obm Mike Munday, Minister Cit C/m 36 Che Lain, t L Ja'l Minix, Minister Ft cb,r ofc 4428 East Fork Road, Billy. Harmon, Minister Mmgan Gilty, Minister Fmcstk Tebt, rmm 586 Ma=a Street, Shatslm Gary Robimson, Gre  767 Main Sum,  Billy Noble, Minister e  Takmmde 9i WY- Roa O Steve Meadows, Mhfister Grmm'F'mt Cam 247 Montgomery St., Tony L.  Pamo H cy CAwcb 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Rmdan JacXsa M=ats H oftr,,r MkL offH. oi wu MaZlm$, l'mtm Cki of z0700 Spm00 ImAm lCeRmLakeR a Lid JamAIkMinist M'd F/rst Ckm-ck of Gcd ! 1479 Easy I-l; 60, Salt Lick Bush Stevenson, Pasto Mre s Ferry Ckr/st/a C/mrk 2396 Moore's Ferry. gd., Salt Lick W-dlmd Joimson, Minister Ckarch 161 Hmrisburg Aver, Owingsvill Eric King, Minister MZ Cc Of C, 9o67 a w-. 36, obm Mark CaidwelL Minister New L/re F/owsk 907 Forge Hill Road, Jamic Stump, Mh6st A00nt00e 1086 wt Hy. 36, Oingslle Jim Crouch, Minister 320 Slate Ave., OwinLffie Lowe9 R. Mhdsr ' M Ckm 75 West Main St., Owilgsvilk Ron Hill Pmhk Cbm of God 4857 OaHey Pebbk Road. Omngsvil ..... Franidin Rose, Pastor PhdO   /..ocat/o .4ddlz: 2592 Peeled Oak Road. 6275 Howards Mill Road, Mt. Sding KY 40353 MoGuls, Minister t'ark of Cod 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick ira-#, wh00, .? lzI F'm C/im of Gd 7 ! 84 Preston Rd. OwingsviUe Terq,- Frerid]s m om,isam ckm,r 943 East Fork goad, SiIpsbmg Dong Rmat, Past St. Paa/C.M.F_ Ckan 13 High SIxcet, Oagsville Vincent Fmris ./t/aht  Ckamt ! 09 Claizh Street, St Lick Calvin Limtdl, Mkster  Lkt F'm Ck=r of 412 Mit Street, Salt Lick :': Vemon Lambe Minister /t L/ct Fr Jlr Bq  3 Water  Salt Lick Lands St. Jd/' Cac Ckrck Father Paul PlabeH Bill Grimes. Dcactm d 575 Mare Sta Frank Gos Pas mrpsbmg Ckn/m Ckarr 241 Mare Sax Sharpsbu Patrkk Brmnagen, Minister Won C,.me 6S Mare Street. Srpsg James  Minister 2563 Wyoming Road, Owingsville cg Wh Mhm C/umat 3569  Rd., Simrpsim Camcma Reynolds, Minister  c ckr 10219 Stulltown Road, Preston Les Ingrmn, Minister , i- Sgar Grove Cuck 3841 N. Stepstone Road. Francis Hash. Ministm Tmd ITdi Ckrck of God 1215 W. Tmmel Hill Road, : Owing00k Shemm Spmks, Minister  Lwr Sa/t L 5385 South Hwy. 2 ! 1, Salt Lick Rezda McNabb, Minister 6927 Veterans Memov Highway, Kn Miles, Pastr W/e Oak Ckr/st/an Ckarrk 26O6 White Oak goad, Ron Weaver, Minist" vd00, c..i00 C/mrr.k 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Vemon Ca, oss, Pas STERLING LANES