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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 21, 2013 - 7 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS By Kymberlee A. Mar- low If you've heard about this show then you know where this is going. You hear all the time about identity theft. People get their identities stolen, and people sometimes gain ac- cess to bank accounts or credit cards. It's horrible for this to happen but what happens when someone steals your identity for other reasons? Well people it happened to me. As I have said be- fore I have taken some time away from the dat- By: Helen Reynolds On November 13, 2013, seven (7) members met at the Extension Office. It was still cold as we had snow and wind the day be- fore. Our president, Maggie Roberts, opened the meet- ing with the Pledge to the Flag. Mary Margaret Man- ing scene. It doesn't inter- est me at this time, and I just don't have time for it. Anybody that knows me, knows this (or should ). I have said on many differ- ent occasions if I'm inter- ested in calling, texting, or dating someone, I will let it be known. I appreciate the thought of people thinking they are helping or looking out for me. But I'm just not interested. Well this seems to re- ally bother some people. It bothers them enough that I was hounded on a regu- lar basis to call this guy or text him. I just kind of ve een co shrugged it off, like yeah I might, maybe later, or well we will see. Appar- ently this bothered them so much that they took it upon themselves that they started pretending to be me for quite some time - enough to where this guy was really pushing to meet me, and was really into the whole thing. I was un- aware the whole time until it all come to light. Now to say I took it badly at first I really didn't, then I thought about it and the possible consequences of their reckless actions. I was furious!I!!! This is dis- turbing to me, because I didn't know the man, and I have some trust issues. Also, if I'm not mistaken this man was married, not happily, so I was told ear- lier when I associated with people that tried to fix me up. I was beside myself thinking of how many dif- ferent ways this could've turned out badly. I just want to say I don't appreciate anyone using my name to smear it or talk smut. If I have anything to say I will say it, either to your face, Facebook, or in my articles. Second, don't play with peoples emotions like that, or use people to gain any kind of benefit or make yourself look better. It could ruin their reputa- tion, and cause lots of un- necessary drama in their life. Third, get a backbone and don't do what some- one else puts you up too, especially when you know the person you are using as a pawn would not ap- prove at all. You know who you are. And shame on you for this whole thing. I myself was about a second away from straightening this whole ! 00arpers-White Oak H0memake00s ley gave an interesting talk about our veterans deserv- ing respect. Our children need to be talked to about this. The minutes were read by Helen Reynolds and Mary Margaret Manley reported on the treasur- er's report. Both were ap- proved. In our old business our Homemakers' dues were paid, 8 members and 2 mail-outs. Next summer, June 17, annual meeting will be pot- luck with meat, bread and drinks furnished. Nursing Homes will be visited December 11, from 2 to 4 by Homemakers. Our club said we'd go an- other time to the nursing homes and assisted living. Betty Maschino invited us to her home for the De- cember meeting. Maggie gave an interest- ing lesson on "Exercising the Brain" and on story telling. We also, tried to think of someone or family for our Christmas project. We were to give some thought on this by next meeting. We answered roll call "who cooked the best Thanksgiving meal you ever ate". I believe our mothers rated number one. We ate at Green's-en- mess out and telling the truth on a couple of people. You would've looked real foolish and kind of psycho. I have messed with a few people back in the day but that was before I grew up. So grow up. Now it's just sad. Next time anybody thinks about going catfish- .ing, I recommend taking a couple chairs and a pole and some bait; that way no- body gets hurt in the pro- cess.., well maybe except a fish or two. joyed a good meal and caught up (if possible) on things happening in our county. Happy Thanksgiving! P.S. Sorry if I misled you about paying dues-all have been paid. COMMUNITY Majestic Theater commemorated in this vear's 0Wow[n00eSwoVil!e Womaen'S Club Christmas ornament Club has available in time for the 2013 Christmas season its latest commemorative ornament, celebrating the historic Majestic Theater in Owingsville. The Majestic Theater opened its doors in 1922, un- der the ownership of Edgar T. Denton and John Rich- ards, in the building rented from Tom Shy'out and locat- ed at the, .corner. of present day South Court Strut and Slate Avenue. During the "silent" movie era in the 1920s, Gladys Young provided piano ac- companiment to the films, in 1929, the owners added a sound system. Through the 1940s, the Majestic was open every night of the week,and on weekends from 2 p.m. to midnight. Ticket prices were five and ten cents. Edgar Denton's son, James E. "Jay Joe" Den- ton, worked in the theater throughott, his ,chi!dhoad and w.h htrrd,m military set,vice,in,he Pacif- ic in 1945, he became a 11 partner in the business. Af- ter his father's death in 1952, he became sole owner. Jay Joe was a tireless pro- of films at the ater .and well-known for his elaborate gimmicks. The business remained family- run until it was sold to Mike Cameron in 1978. The the- in 1982. This year's ornament is available for 815. For more information, contact Nancy Purvis at 674-6911. Bath County Chamber of Commerce to Celebrate Small Business Saturday SHOP SMALL Fast there was Black Fri- day, then Cyber Monday. Now, Small Business Satur- day can drive shoppers to small businesses across the country as we enter the holi- day seaSOn. Small Business Sattwday was hunched in 2010 as a na- tionwide event to drive shop- pers to local, independently- owned merchants. Small Business Saturday was cre- • ated by American Express in response to small business owners' most pressing need: creating more demand for their products and services. 1.5 million Facebook users, 130 public and private or- ganizations, and 41 elected officials declared their sup- port last year. 100,000 small businesses downloaded mar- keting materials, and 10,000 businesses signed up for free Facebook advertising. Small Business Saturday is now a national initiative that marks a day to support the local businesses that create jobs, boost the econ- omy and preserve neighbor- hoods around the country. More than 200 parW_ers, are working together to  build on the past success ' k the event that drove mil- l lions of dollars to small businesses. This ]rear r it falls on November 30th. Next week, members of the Bath County Chamber of Commerce will be canvass- ing the county passing out promotional materials, and spreading the word about Small Business Saturday. The Chamber encourages all Bath County citizens to support a vibrant local economy by shopping at lo- cal businesses for this year's holiday season. For more information regarding Small Business Saturday in Bath County, contact the Bath County Chamber of Com- merce at info@bathchamber. com. John "Tufty" Snedegar, Sheriff of Bath County 2012 Tax Account Settlement An audit has been completed for the Sheriffof Bath County, Kentucky for the 2012 tax account for the tax period April 16th, 2012, through April 15th, 2013. A copy of the complete udit report, including financial statements and supplemen- tal information, is on file at the Sheriff's office and is available for public inspection during normal business hours. Any citizen may obtain a copy of the complete audit for his personal use at a charge of twenty-five cents ($0.25)per page for duplication costs. A copy of the financial statement prepared in accordance with KRS 424.220 is avail- able to the public at no cost at the Sheriff's office. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 11.21.13. Public Notice Pursuant to KRS 178.080 notice is hereby given that a public hearing will conducted by the Bath County Fiscal Court to discuss closure of a portion of the county road known as Custom Foods Drive, beginning at the intersec- tion of Kendall Springs Road and ending at .339 mile end of Custom Food Drive Road #1278. Which the hearing will be hdd at the next regu- larly scheduled meeting of the Bath County Fiscal Court on December 12, 2013 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. at the court house annex. All parties interested in the subject matter of this hearing are invited to attend. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 11.21.13. John "Tufty" Snedegar, Sheriff of Bath County 2012 Fee Account An audit has been completed for the Sheriff of Bath County, Kentucky for the 2012 Fee Account for the calender year January 1st, 2012, through December 31st, 2012. A copy of the complete audit report, including financial statements and supplemen- tal information, is on file at the Sheriff's office and is available for public inspection during normal business hours. Any citizen may obtain a copy of the complete audit for his personal use at a charge of twenty-five cents ($0.25)per page for duplication costs. A copy of the financial statement prepared in accordance with KRS 424.220 is avail- able to the public at no cost at the Sheriff's office. Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 11.21.13. N Bath County/- all 1 eWS-UUII00K Bath County News-Outlook(USPS 045260) is published every Thursday by M.C. Investments d/b/a/Bath County News-Outlook, 81-A Water St., Owingsville, KY 40360 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Bath County News Outlook, PO Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Members of the Kentucky Press Association The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors 2013 SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 for year in Bath County, $30.00 elsewhere in Kentucky and $35.00 out of state. Subcriptions include sales tax where applicable. All subcriltions [,aable in advance. WE ENCOURAGE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bath County News-Outlook welcomes letters to the editor. Letters must be signed and indude a daytime phone number for confirmation• Unconfirmed letters and unsigned letters will not be published. Phone numbers are not published. We reserve the right to deny publication of letters and to edit letters .................... for content. The deadline for letters to the editor is 5 p.m. Friday. Send letters to: Editor, Bath County News-Outlook P.O. 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Look forward to more prize drawings in the coming monthsl WEEKLY PUZZLE SOLUTION Thank Yo00, We could never thank you to all those who tended, and donated for that was held for Angie would like to let all those family, church family and ers know how much we your kindness and outpouring of love and unbelievable.* You are amazing and wonderful people.* DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. Advertising copy] with proof deadline 5 p.m. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 a.m. I l Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 a.m. Tuesday. I ! PHOTOS/ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING: Color, black and white andl digital photos are all accepted. Digital photos should be submitted in the jpg format and can be emailed. Old photos will be accepted at any time. Please do not submit newspaper clippings or photocopies. Photos may be picked up after they are published in the newspaper. Electronic Advertising must be submitted in pdf format and can be emailed to the above address. 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