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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper December 17, 2008 3 FIRE .ontinued from the fron Community News HUNT continued from the fronI 9 Oaks Farm News By: Pat Gates Holiday greetings to all! Today is Dec. 14th, and only 11 days left until Christmas Day. I hope all the children have a nice Christmas and get at least one gift they are hoping for. But most of all I hope everyone remembers the true meaning, which is that God sent His only son Jesus to us on that day that we might have eternal life with Him in Heaven. Thank you God. Tonight is our church Christmas program and I am looking forward to going, especially as my husband will be along. Morn and I made our annual trip to Lexington to shop and we truly enjoyed the day. I will be going to the cemetery today to place some flowers on the graves of my family members that are gone to be with God. Morn and I made a gingerbread train on Saturday and it turned out well. I enjoyed the companionship and visit. I will be making houses this week. Gale and Becky got the house decorated beautifully. Thanks girls for being there for me. Prayers go to the Withrow family who had a fire and lost two daughters and their home. Please give generously to the fund for them at the Salt Lick Bank. I want to end by wishing a Merry Christmas to all and a happy new year! The prayer this week is Matthew 2:9---And behold, the star that they had seen at its rising preceded them, until it came and stopped over the place where the child was. The Baby Boy By: Tammy Scheller To have Christmas peace and joy, we can't forget the Baby Boy. A home in Heaven, our souls to lift, we'll never get a greater gift. So, if we want real peace and joy, let's not forget the Baby Boy. May God bless you and keep you in the shadow of His wings. 606-845-8400 OR 1-800-737-0456 ASK FOR SALE,c Oakley News James and Marsha Reed met with Liz and Matt Reed at Red Lobster in Lexington for lunch Wednesday. Wednesday evening Mark and Krystal Reed and Christian visited with James and Marsha Reed. James and Marsha Reed and Unlimited Hours, No Contracts! t FREE 24/7 Technical Support tnst~nt Messaging - keep your buddy list! ~0 e-malt addresses with Webmail! Custom Start Page - news, weather & motet f~ ( s.s .p ,o 6X faster: ") ~- just s3 more Sign Up Onllnel www, LocalNetcom Call Today & Save! 674-2100 Submit ,eclpes to our Christmas Holiday Recipe Edition Please send to P.O. Box 577 Owingsville 40360 or email to tisha@ bathconews outlook.com Floyd Sorrell had supper with Roy and Fannie Yoder and family of Mudsock on Thursday evening. Marsha Reed's family Christmas was held Saturday in Proctorville, Ohio. She and James attended and enjoyed time with her mom and all her family. Jamie, Madison and Ethan Hawkins had breakfast with Roy and Lena Fultz Saturday morning. Sharpsburg Country Club Sharpsburg Country Club Homemakers met on Dec. 5th at Old Silo with 15 members and one guest attending. After a delicious lunch of sandwiches, salads and cobblers, everyone enjoyed a down and dirty gift exchange. Our next meeting will be at the Sharpsburg Christian Church on Jan. 2nd. A lunch of soup, sandwiches and desserts will be served. Members are to bring an item in a brown paper bag for an auction. The $5 paid for each bag will be added to our treasury. In and Around Owingsville Thanksgiving Day guests Mrs. Lola Yaden and Mr. and Mrs. Robert King of Lexington, Mrs. Geneva Gross. Mrs. Winnie Lawson and Mrs. Marjorie Kincaid called on Mrs. Ada Thornsburg Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Copher and Evan were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Copher, Mrs. Charlotte Kincaid, Mrs. Marjorie Kincaid, Mr. and Mrs. /klan Conway, Coty and Darien, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Riddell and Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. Shane Back and Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hodge and family. were simply staring silently in disbehef. "l hope it's not true," said neighbor Libby Smith, as she walked toward the scene. Smith said she knew the family well and adored the children. ' Those little girls are so precious... They are always so happy." Moments later Smith left in tears, unable to speak, having learned the sad truth as she walked slowly back down the road, away from the scene of the tragedy. Bath County Coroner Robert Powell, members of the Salt Lick, Owingsville and Olympia Fire Departments were on the scene as well as local and state law enforcement officials. Members of the local fire departments battled the blaze while keeping the integrity of the scene intact for further investigation. Kentucky State Police Trooper Joe Veneman assisted Gardner at the scene with the death investigation. That investigation continues with there being no reason to suspect foul play being involved with the fire. Meanwhile, Bath County residents planned a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening to remember Kayla and Lucy. As the Bath County News-Outlook goes to press, the event is planned to take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the City of Refuge Church on Sour Springs Road in Olympia, if the weather was not too inclement. Jodi Triplett, 23, of Bath County helped organized the candlelight vigil. Triplett lost her sister, Jennifer Triplett, and cousin Nicole Helton in a tragic apartment fire in Sept 2006. A candlelight vigil then gave her family and friends of Jennifer and Nicole, support and comfort during that tragedy. She said she wanted to help show support now for the FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF FLEMING COUNTY "S" C m e 1875" 108 Court Square, Flemingsburg 606-674-2237 FIRE, WIND, LIGHTNING, PERSONAL AND FARM LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME INSURANCE Charles "Bud" Hunt, Bath County Directory Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Mason County "Since 1879" Homeowners Farm Properties Mobile Homes Commerical Buildings Churches Call your local County Director for services Lonnie Vice--(606) 674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark Counties 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville (606) 759-5252 930 Camargo Road, Mt. Sterling Ph.: (859) 497-2517 or 2518 SHOWTIMES FOR DEC. 19-24 Twilight 1:20; 4:20; 7:00; 9:40 Seven Pounds 1:35; 4:25; 7:05; 9:45 Punisher: War Zone 4:35; 9:50 The Day the Earth Stood Still vo-, 1:00; 4:15; 7:15; 9:45 Transporter 3 Po-~ 1:10; 7:05 Yes Man PG.,3 1:15; 4:40; 7:30; 9:55 Bolt ,a 1:45; 4:10; 6:50; 9:10 Four Christmases 1:25; 4:00; 7:40; 10:00 The Tale of Despereaux Q 1:05; 4:05; &;10; 9:25 Withrow family and their many friends. "It's always bad when a child is lost," Triplett stud. "The Withrow family was such a thoughtful and caring family and Virgil and MaryEtta had helped many children in the past. I wanted to help do this because I hope it will show the family members that the community does care for them. We know this is a hard situation but we want them to know that they are in our hearts and prayers. We want to show our support and keep the memory of Lucy and Kayla alive." Reverend David Adams, pastor of the City of Refuge Church, where the Withrow family are members, spoke of Lucy and Kayla Withrow. "they were real good girls," Adams said. "And there are no better people than Virgil and MaryEtta." Adams has been leading sermons and teaching Sunday school at the church since it was built 23 years ago. "Lucy was so full of life and very outgoing. She liked to sing in church. Kayla was a little quieter, but a sweet girl. They both enjoyed making cakes and cookies." Adams said the family had been attending services each week for the past four or five years. "They had a joyful life," he said quietly. Adams and others have been visiting Virgil, MaryEtta and Danielle at the hospital and Adams reports that all are making slow but marked progress each day. He asked the community members to continue to pray for the family and keep their faith strong. "Hold onto the hand of the Lord," he said. '2VIany things in life we do not understand, but with God all things are possible. God is always with us and is with the Withrow family. They were very strong in their belief and they are strong people. They will need everything when they leave the hospital and we will help them with everything they need." If you would like to help the Withrow family, you can drop off donations at Salt Lick Deposit Bank in Bath County. You can contact the bank at 606-674-2801. You can also donate at any Central Bank location in Kentucky. Steve Meadows, Personnel Director for Bath County School District, said staff members at the Bath County Middle School, where Lucy and Kayla were students, and at the Bath County High School, where Danielle was a 9th grade student, continue to assist students with grief counseling. "Without ceasing, our thoughts and prayers continue for the Withrow family. Their family is our family; their sorrow is our sorrow. On behalf of Superintendent Hutchinson, the Bath County School community extend our deepest sympathy to the family in this most difficult and troubling time." Also on Dec. 10 two young people were killed in an automobile accident in Nicholas County. Brit- tany Ruble, 18 and Timmy "Timbo" Mitchell, 23 died after their car left the road on Hwy. 32. Family members searched for Hunt and eventually found him in the stream. Anautopsywasperformed the next day at the Kentucky Medical Examiner's Office. The investigation remains open with Detective Bowling continuing to gather information. Anyone with any information regarding the incident is encouraged to contact Detective Bowling at the Dry Ridge Post at 1-859- 428-1212. BATH COUNTY CALENDAR EVENTS DECEMBER Dec. 20- "What is Christmas" program at Oakla First Church of God in Oakley at 6p.m. Dec. 20- The Bethel Community Church will have their Christmas Program Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. "A Simple Christmas Play" Children's recital, candlelight service, special singing by Mike King and Robert Wright. 1152 Spring Rd., Wallingford, KY 41093 FOR= We manufacture and custom build windows to size in our factory in Wallingford, KY. from all of us LI Christmas Eve, Wed., Dec. 24 The Owingsville Branch will be closed all day as usual on Wednesday Owingsville Main Location and Salt Lick Branch will be closing at Noon All Offices Closed Christmas Day Owingsville Banking Company Incorporated Owingsville, KY 40360 Ik IR I~ T II (; K Y c ~ N T m N I a L METIER WU$1NE$$ EQUAL HOUSING LENDi 'R