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10 - November 08, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook MEMOR" LANE Compiled from the ar- chives of the Bath County News Outlook November 6, 1941 Owingsville Beauty Shop will be opened Fri- day, November 7, by Mrs. Huse Riddle, experienced operator. The Rev. Robert L. Bai- ley, wealthy Bath County farmer and widely known minister of the Christian church, died at his home here on east Main St. shortly before five o'clock Wednesday afternoon. A native of Bath County, he was a son of the late Charles and Sandy Ulery Bailey, born Oct. 10, 1871. Besides his wife, Mrs. O1- lie Horseman Bailey, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Harry Weatherford, Louisville; a grandson, James Lee McCoy, of Lou- isville; one sister, Mrs. Carl Snedegar, of this count, and three broth- ers, Isaac Bailey, Mt. Ster- ling, and Julius and Harve Bailey, of this county. Mr, and Mrs. James Landon Barber celebrated their fiftieth wedding an- niversary with a dinner at their home on Naylor Branch. November 4, 1965 Walter Boyd received a plaque as the Owings- ville Jaycees "Outstanding Young Farmer" from Rog- er Barber, club vice-pres- ident and co-chairman of the Young Farmer project, along with Roger Williams and Dallas Hargis. Ad- opted in cooperation with the Farm Bureau, this award is given • for Boyd's outstanding work in farm- ing conservation and civic work. He will now com- pete for state honors. The incumbent Ow- ingsville Mayor Robert W. Gilmore and his entire slate of City Council mem- bers were reelected in Tuesday's General Elec- tion as approximately 548 city voters went to the polls. Elected with Mayor Gilmore was his slate of Progressive Party Council members: James "Sonny" Everman, Everett Spen- cer, Leroy Smith, Leslie Christy, George Lathram, and James Fraley. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vance will celebrate their 55th wedding anniver- sary Sunday, Nov. 7 with open house from 1 to 3 p.m. at their home near Ore Mines on U. S. 60. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Na- fives of Morgan County, the Vances moved to Bath County in 1928. The ten Children are Herman Vance, Mrs. Buff McG- lothin, Ledford, Woodford, Wheeler, and Crit Vance, and Mrs. Johnnie Cline, all of Bath County; Mrs. W. G. Deringer, Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Imoce Otis, Marion, Indiana; and Mrs. Chandis Staten, Middletown, Ohio. November 7, 1974 Starting for the BCHS Girls Varsity Basketball team are these hope- fuls: Susan Cunningham, Cathy Triplett, Sheila Blevins, Trina Otis, Cindy Otis, Denis Fraley, Penny McKenzie, Lynn Cassity, and Lisa Crouch. They are coach by Mike Broma- gen. Grocery prices at Rich- ardson's IGP: chuck blade roast, 77 cents a pound; TableRite large eggs, 69 cents a dozen; IGA coffee, 3 lb. can for 2.89; Shasta diet drinks, 3/79 cents, 28 oz. bottle; and ground beef, 77 cents a pound. Gary B. (Burnsey) Stew- art, Owingsville, freshman at Morehead State Univer- sity, is employed by MSU as a student photographer in the Division of Public Information. November 4, 1982 Kim Hawkins out ran the Class A field by 30 seconds to claim the state championship on Saturday at the state Class ATitle at the Kentucky Horse Park. The girl's cross country team placed 9th overall, and the boy's team placed 20th. Food prices at Conve- nient Food Mart: Spring Grove milk, $1.89/gallon; Coke products, 8 pack, 16 oz. bottles, $1.59; Kern's bread, 2 for 89 cents; Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner, 3/99 cents. Two men and a wom- an were arrested last Wednesday evening near Sherburne Bridge in con- nection with the robbery of a country store owned by Hoyt Gray at Oakla.. William Reed, 47, Peggy Duckett, 37, both of Kis- simee, Florida,, and John Price, 46, of South Charles- ton, West Virginia, were arrested by Dept. Sheriff Claude Williams in con- nection with the incident. Confiscated were a num- ber of shoes, cigarettes, pants, coats, and groceries with an estimated value of $1233. The suspects were lodged in the Bath County jail. November 8, 1990 Incumbents in the two local school board races won another term. Billy Martin, who has served for 16 years on the board, 13 of them as board chair- man, won over Nelson Shrout, 353 to 301 in Dis- trict 1 (Sharpsburg 2, Bethel and Sherburne). In District 2 (Salt Lick 1 and 2) Sandy Alexander Crouch was the winner over Roy Allen Wright , 366 to 275. This year the Bath County Veterans of For- eign Wars, the American Legion and their Auxilia- ties, will be honoring our nation's veterans with a wreath laying ceremony this Sunday in front of the Bath County Courthouse beginning at 11 a.m. During a meeting spon- sored by the Community Farm Alliance last Thurs- day, the general consen- +sus of several hundred residents assembled was against a proposal to lo- catea medical waste incin- erator in Bath County. November 8, 2001 Last Sunday the Ow- ingsville First Church ot God celebrated its 50th anniversary as a congre- gation with an anniversary homecoming and revival. The Owingsville com- munity and members ot the various public service departments gathered last Thursday to pay tribute to Wes Everman for more than 20 years of loyal ser- vice to Owingsville and its residents. Public Service Ann0uncem.00nr-Turkey Frying Safety Provided by your ed potholders or oven tor. Bath County Emergen- cy Management Office Turkey Fryers A longtime food favor- ite in the southern Unit- ed States, the delicious deep-fried turkey has quickly grown in popu- • larity thanks to celebrity chefs such as Martha Stewart and Emeril La- gasse. We're worried by the increasing reports of fires related with turkey fryer use. Based on UL test findings, the fryers used to produce those "great-tasting birds are not worth the risks. And, as a result of these tests, Here's why using a deep-fryer can be d .q- gerous: • Many units eas- ily tip over, spilling the hot oil within the cook- ing pot. • If the cooking pot is overfilled with oil, the oil may spill out of the unit when the turkey is placed into the cook- ing pot. Oil may hit the burner/flames causing a fire to engulf the entire unit. • Partially frozen turkeys placed into the fryer can cause a spill- Send your news and photos to cecil@ kynewsgroup. com over effect. This too, may result in an exten- sive fire. • With no thermo- stat controls, the units also have the potential to overheat the oil to the point of combustion. • The sides of the ( eking pot, lid and pot , -dles get dangerously t posing severe burn h -ds. + re are some tips for sm . use: • Turkey fryers should always be used outdoors a safe distance from buildings and any other material that can burn. • Never use tur- key fryers on wooden decks or in garages. • Make sure fryers are used on a flat surface to reduce acci- dental tipping. • Never leave the fryer unattended. Most units do not have ther- mostat controls. If you don't watch the fryer carefully, the oil will continue fo heat until it catches fire. • Never let chil- dren or pets near the fryer when in use. Even after use, never allow children or pets near the turkey fryer. The oil in- side the cooking pot can remain dangerously hot, hours after use. • To avoid oil spill- omprehend. Inc. metpi.g You Put tO. Pi.,es retOer Providing Comprehensive Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse, Crisis and Intellectual/Developmental Disability Services Serving: Bracken - Fleming - Lewis - Mason - Robertson 888-328-0470 606-564-4016 www.comprehendinc.org over, do not overfill the the fryer. • Use well-insulat- mitts when touching pot or lid handles. If pos- sible, wear safety gog- gles to protect your eyes from oil splatter. • Make sure the turkey is completely thawed and be careful with marinades. Oil and water don't mix, and water causes oil to spill over, causing a fire or even an explosion haz- ard. • The National Turkey Federation rec- ommends r,efTigerator thawing and to allow ap-i proximately 24 hours i" every five pounds of bird thawed in the refrigera- • Keep an all-pur- pose fire extinguisher nearby. Never use water to extinguish a grease fire. Remember to use your best judgment when attempting to fight a fire. If the fire is man- ageable, use an all-pur- pose fire extinguisher. 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