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LookiNq BAck ThROuqh tIhe Years 


25 Years Aqo 

January 3,1986 

The Shonert family dy¬ 
nasty of 78 years is broken. The 
Falmouth Outlook, weekly 
newspaper serving the Falmouth 
and Pendleton County commu¬ 
nities since 1907, has been sold 
to an Ohio-based newspaper 
group. The newspaper, which 
has been operated by the W.J. 
Shonert family since its incep¬ 
tion June 21, 1907, will become 
property of The Delphos Herald, 
Inc., of Delphos, Ohio, effective 
January 2, 1986. A note of 
appreciation was given to Mr. 
Shonert from his staff saying 
“There will never be another 
Warren! We will miss you!” 

Richard Fry is named pub¬ 
lisher and editor of The Fal¬ 
mouth Outlook. He is a top 
notch journalist and a graduate 
of the University of Dayton 
School of Communication Arts. 
This is the beginning of a new 
day for The Falmouth Outlook. 

Kincaid State Park Boat 
Dock was robbed by thieves on 
Christmas Eve. Someone that 
enjoys fishing had a great 
Christmas. They broke a win¬ 
dow and entered the building 
then filled bags with all kinds of 
fishing tackle, rod and reels, 
etc., valued at $600. Also taken 
was a 7 1/2 hp boat motor val¬ 
ued at $500. Delbert Reid, Park 
Superintendent, says that the 
incident is under investigation 
with the Kentucky State Police. 

Dravo Lime Company has 
reached agreement in principle 
to buy an integrated lime opera¬ 
tion owned by subsidiaries of 
Armco Inc., and LTV Steel 
Corporation. The operation, 
Black River Lime Company, is 
located at Carntown, about 30 
miles east of Cincinnati. The 
3,800-acre site contains more 
than 150 million tons of recov¬ 
erable limestone. 

The mobile home belonging 
to Juanita Daniels burned to the 
ground December 18 and was a 
total loss. 


50 Years Aqo 

January 6, 1961 

The Pendleton Wildcats 

walked off with their second 
straight first place trophy in the 
Invitational Tournament. The 
first night, Harrison defeated 
Falmouth 53-52 in a squeaker 
and Pendleton in the second 
game beat Grant County 56-47. 
A full house was on hand to see 
Grant County wallop Falmouth 
81-61 in the consolation game. 
The final game was Coach 
Dwight Wolfe’s Wildcats defeat¬ 
ing Coach Jack Sutherland’s 
Harrison County Thorobreds 
64-56. The game was Pendle¬ 
ton’s best effort of the season 
and was sweet revenge for 
Pendleton as they were beaten 
just two weeks ago, 58-57, on 
Harrison’s home court. The 
game was marked by a scoring 
duel between Pendleton Co¬ 
unty’s Dick King and Harrison 
County’s Keller Works, with 
King coming out ahead with 28 
and Works with 23. This was 
only the second defeat in thir¬ 
teen years for Harrison County. 

Mrs. Winston Sorrell and 
Mrs. Fred Taylor, her son 
Richard and two daughters, Mrs. 
Dallas Rachford and Mrs. Glen 
Hammond will attend the Ruth 
Lions 50-50 Club on January 6. 

Charles Mays, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jess Mays of Mt. 
Auburn, received a $500 award 
from Holdon Robinson, a repre¬ 
sentative of Haskins and Sells, 
certified public accounting firm 
in Cincinnati. The award is 
given to 75 students in colleges 
across the nation who are select¬ 
ed as the outstanding seniors in 
accounting. Charles is a senior 
in the University of Kentucky 
College of Commerce and will 
graduate in June. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson 
and children Paul Jr. and Linda 
spent the holidays with his par¬ 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, 
who are spending the winter in 
St. Petersburg, Florida. Weather 
there is much warmer than here. 


75 Years Aqo 

January 10,1936 

The total bonded indebted¬ 
ness of the City of Falmouth at 
the close of business December 
31, 1935, stood at $14,000. 

The Supreme Court of the 
United States handed down the 
most important and far-reaching 
decision in its history, when it 
declared the Agricultural Ad¬ 
justment Administration uncon¬ 
stitutional. 

Falmouth City Council met 

for the first time of the year at 
City Hall with Mayor Wilson in 
the chair. Councilmen J.M. 
Parker, Clark Yelton, Raymond 
Montgomery, Colvin Wright, 
and Joshua Waldron and City 
Clerk Harry Hopkins were pres¬ 
ent. They preceeded to elect its 
clerk/treasurer for the ensuing 
two years, and Mr. Hopkins was 
unanimously elected without 
any opposition. Harry Gulick, 
who has served two years as 
policeman, was elected marshal; 
Harry W. Bishop was elected 
policeman; Lee Antro-bus was 
unanimously elected water¬ 
works utility man, a capacity in 
which he has long served. Allie 
F. Arnold was re-elected to the 
office of electrician. Martin 
Coleman and Jack Dunn were 
re-elected to the position of city 
civil engineer. 

Alva Johnson’s stripping 
room near Willow was destroy¬ 
ed by fire on December 28, 
including a quanity of tobacco. 

R. Risk Arnold, well-known 
merchant of this city, is in 
Chicago attending the house fur¬ 
nishing market. 

Roy T. Ackman, well- 
known rural route mail carrier of 
DeMossville, was a business 
visitor in Falmouth. 

J.D. Carmac, who conducts 
a filling station and general store 
at Bethel, this county, has our 
thanks for renewing his sub¬ 
scription. 

Farmers are satisfied with 
the price of tobacco they re¬ 
ceived. 


100 Years Aqo 

January 4,1911 

Ben Rice sold 23 nice geese 
to Bert Littleton for 65 cents 
each. 

W.H. Pribble of Mt. Auburn 
has purchased a new milk 
wagon. 

Frank Works has purchased 
the old Price farm at 
Gardnersville and expects to 
move to it in the spring. 

L.F. Barnes, the general 
merchant of Neave, has shipped 
12,860 rabbits this season and is 
still at the game, paying a dime 
for every “fuzzy” you bring him. 
Mr. Barnes is only one of about 
thirty who shipped large num¬ 
bers of rabbits out of the county. 
To state that 300,000 mollies 
were sent out would not be an 
underestimated amount. We live 
in rabbit country. 

The Falmouth and McKin- 
neysburg Telephone Company 
has decided to extend its line 
into Bracken County as far as 
the home of A.T. Wiggins. 

R.W. Lemmon this week 
received a car load of the most 
up-to-date buggies on the mar¬ 
ket. They consist of twin auto 
seats with beautiful brass trim¬ 
mings in both rubber and steel 
tires. 

Miss Lucille Browning de¬ 
lightfully entertained a number 
of her young friends at her hand¬ 
some home on Riverside Ave¬ 
nue. Those present were Misses 
Faye Rogers, Mary Kennett 
Sutton, Ruth Ridgway, Julia 
Reubelt, Mable Kerr, Ella and 
Alice Galloway, Nan Rule, Kate 
and Mayme Bradford, Carl 
Crecelius, Donald Dunstall, 
Frank Chipman, Harry Dough¬ 
erty, and Rollie Mains. 

John Bredell of New York 
has sold his farm of 50 acres 
near Butler to Miss Belle 
Thomas. 

John Miller and wife of 
Wampum are entertaining a new 
daughter, born on December 9. 

Walter Cundiff and Ger¬ 
trude Frazier exchanged vows. 


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& Deputies: Kathy, Linda, 
Dian, Michelle and Darlene. 


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Happy 
New Year! 


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PO Box 344, 
Falmouth, KY 41040 
Office: (859) 654-1500 
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At The Close 
Of Another 
Year 

Before the clock strikes the 
final hour, I resolve to give 
you my very best wishes 
for a fabulous and 
fun-filled year. I’m really 
grateful for the time 
I’ve had to represent 
you this past year and 
look forward to many more. 

May I extend my sincere 
wishes for a Happy New Year 
to my friends, neighbors and 
district members. 

Rep. Tom McKee 

District 78 Harrison, Pendleton, Robertson 
and Southern Campbell counties. 

Paid for by Tom M. McKee Campaign fund, Elizabeth M. Clyde, Treasurer. 




We couldn’t have come 
this far without the support 
of good friends like you. 

WE LOOK FORWARD TO 
SERVING YOU IN 2011! 

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Community Forum on Bed Bugs 
January 11 at Pendleton High 


The Pendleton County 
Cooperative Extension Service 
and Three Rivers District Health 
Department will be holding a 
Community Forum/Informa- 
tional meeting on bed bugs will 
be held at 7 p.m. January 11 
with a snow date held for 
January 18. The program will be 
held at Pendleton County High 
School in the auditorium. 

Information on the upcom¬ 
ing program will advertised in 
the local paper, flyers will be 
sent home with all students, 
(flyers will be taken to the 
school to pass out the first week 
of January) an all call will go 
out to parents prior to the pro¬ 
gram, program will be placed on 


county and school announce¬ 
ments/website and everything 
will done to make sure the pub¬ 
lic knows about the upcoming 
meeting. 

Topics that will be addressed 
at the meeting: 

• What are bed bugs 

• How do we prevent getting 
them 

• Now that we have them, 
what do we do 

We feel this is a hot topic 
that needs covered and we are 
hoping you will support our 
efforts in getting the word out to 
parents and community mem¬ 
bers about the upcoming pro¬ 
gram. 


Registration for GED Classes 


The Pendleton County Adult 
Learning Center will begin reg¬ 
istration for the New Year. 
Anyone interested in joining 
adult education classes for 
obtaining their GED or to brush 


up on some skills for college 
testing, please call (859) 654- 
3325 ext. 2603. Classes start on 
Jan. 10, so be sure to schedule 
an appointment for registration. 


Croswell Tours returns to Orlando 


Croswell VIP Tours will be 
returning to Orlando, Florida 
March 8-14, 2011. This is a 
seven-day, six-night hotel ac¬ 
commodation vacation. It in¬ 
cludes eight meals plus admis¬ 
sion into Walt Disney World 
Park. 


If you are interested in going 
on this trip you must have name 
and $100 deposit in now! For 
more information or to make 
reservations, contact Ruth Fogle 
at (859) 472-2390. Mailing 
address is 7360 Hwy 467, De¬ 
Mossville, KY 41033. 


Kirsch family thanks community 


The Kirsch Family would 
like to thank the community for 
coming out and supporting our 
Live Nativity. To those of you 
unable to park, we apologize. 
The winter weather can always 
make things interesting. As a 
family we love sharing what we 
feel is the reason for the season. 
This year was a bit difficult for 
each of us. The support the com¬ 
munity has shown us over the 
past year and through this holi¬ 
day season is truly appreciated. 

This quote is our quote to 
you for the love and friendship 
you have openly expressed to 
us. 

“A friend is someone who 
reaches for your hand, but 
touches your heart.” Kathleen 
Grove 

You have touched our hearts, 
and we thank each of you for 
that. We hope your New Year is 
blessed with family and friends 


and we hope to see each of you 
next year as we share our lights 
and nativity again. 

The KirschFamily 




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Site offers help to parents 
facing teen drug use 


Kentucky’s Office of Drug 
Control Policy announced the 
launch of Time To Get Help 
www. drugfree. org/timetogeth 
elp, a first-of-its-kind website 
and online community to pro¬ 
vide parents of teens and young 
adults with lifesaving informa¬ 
tion when families are in crisis 
and facing their child’s addic¬ 
tion. The site, developed by The 
Partnership at Drugfree.org, of 
which Kentucky is a member, 
offers comprehensive insight 
into adolescent alcohol and drug 
abuse, dependence, and addic¬ 
tion; support from top experts 
and other parents who have been 
there; and treatment options for 
the child and family. 


“Thousands of Kentucky’s 
teens and young adults struggle 
with drugs and alcohol, and this 
site provides parents with a con¬ 
cise path to resources and sup¬ 
port when they suspect or know 
their teens are using alcohol or 
other drugs,” said Van Ingram, 
executive director of ODCP. 

The online resource offers 
two practical e-books, both free 
of charge, which educate par¬ 
ents on what they need to know 
about youth intervention and 
treatment. Parents can also share 
their stories, ask difficult ques¬ 
tions, and get peer-to-peer and 
expert advice on intervention, 
treatment, and recovery. 


Recipe 


contiued from Page 1 
based on the feedback of our 
members,” says Janet Tharpe, 
host of the club. “It’s because of 
people like Jennifer Cochran, 
who is proud to share her fami¬ 
ly’s favorite recipes with other 
hometown cooks, that the club 
has become so popular and is 
growing so fast.” 

Cochran’s Nanny’s Sweet 
Chili recipe, along with thou¬ 
sands of others, can be viewed, 
printed and shared at no charge 
through the online club. 

“My grandmother has made 
me this every year for 
Halloween and Christmas, and 
just about anytime I have asked 
for it. She finally got tired of 
making it for me so she just 
gave me the recipe,” says 
Cochran. 

Founded in 2010, Just A 
Pinch Recipe Club offers free 
memberships and premium 
perks. For more information, 
visit www.justapinch.com or 
www. facebook. com/j us tapinch. 


Fines 


continued from Page 1 
allowed, but manually entering 
information must be completed 
while the vehicle is stopped. 

Emergency and public safety 
vehicles are exempt when the 
use of a personal communica¬ 
tion device is essential to the 
operator’s official duties. 

“We believe the law will 
encourage drivers to stay focused 
on the task at hand,” said 
Transportation Secretary Mike 
Hancock. “And with tighter pro¬ 
visions for those under 18, our 
new drivers will automatically be 
educated on this important safe 
driving practice.” 

According to the National 
Highway Traffic Safety 


Tell them you read it in 

The Falmouth Outlook 



Judge Executive Henry Bertram presents Magistrate Stacey 
Wells with the Certificate of Outstanding Recognition during the 
Fiscal Court meeting on December 28, 2010. 

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1 can tomato juice and 
1 can cold water 

1 small can tomato paste 

2 cans Brookes hot chili 
beans, rinsed 

1 md onion, minced 
1/4 cup sugar add more to taste 
salt to taste 
chili powder to taste 
garlic if preferred 
Directions: 

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Add rinsed beans, chili pow¬ 
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Mix well in pan then add the 
tomato juice and water. Bring to a 
boil, then lower heat to low and 
simmer for about 11/2 hours. 

Stir and taste as you go and 
add spices and sugar until it 
reaches the taste that suites you. 


By Roger McKinney, Reporter 

Judge/Executive Henry 
Bertram presented Magistrate 
Stacey Wells with a framed cer¬ 
tificate to recognize his outstand¬ 
ing commitment and dedication 
to the citizens of Pendleton 
County. Wells served as 
Magistrate for District 4 from 
November 2002 through 
December 2010. 

The county lawmaker said 
that he was extremely proud of 
his service on the court and he 
encouraged in-coming 

Magistrate David Fields to do his 
very best. 

Other business conducted by 


the Pendleton County Fiscal 
Court in the December 28, 2010 
meeting: 

• Approved a resolution that 
allows the adoption of a portion 
of Retreat Street (located near 
Sharp Middle School) into the 
Pendleton County Road System. 

• Approved the County Clerk’s 
2010-2011 Budget. 

• Approved the appointment of 
Bill Flaugher as an East 
Pendleton Water District 
Commissioner. 

• Documented the Health 
Department’s 2010-2011 Tax 
Rate. 


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Former Mayor gives thanks 


Wishing you and yours, a happy, healthy and safe New Year. 

i feel fortunate to have you as our neighbors and thank 
1 for making this past year such a great year for us. 


I would like to take this time 
to thank the citizens of 
Falmouth, City of Falmouth 
staff, city employees, and city 
council for all the hard work 
over the last four years while 
I’ve had the priviledge of being 
Mayor of Falmouth. 

I wish the best of luck to our 


new Mayor and city council 
members as this is sometimes a 
thankless job. I know you all 
will do the best for the goals of 
this city. 

It has been a pleasure serving 
the citizens of Falmouth. 

Sincerely, 
April DeFalco 



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Administration, driver distrac¬ 
tion and inattention contributes 
to 25% of police-responded traf¬ 
fic crashes nationwide. 
Inexperienced drivers under 20 
years old have the highest pro¬ 
portion of distraction-related 
fatal crashes. 

Kentucky was the 22 nd state 
to ban texting while driving. 


Currently, 30 states and the 
District of Columbia ban text 
messaging for all drivers. 
Twelve of these laws were 
enacted in 2010 alone. 

Information on distracted 
driving can be found online at: 
http://distraction.gov and also: 
http ://highway safety.ky.gov 


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Customs 


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tured on the front page of The 
Falmouth Outlook on March 25, 
2008. This vehicle was also fea¬ 
tured in an artist collage in the 
Pendleton County Courthouse 
for many months. 

Helping Greg with the vehi¬ 
cle was his father, Don Johnson, 
also of Butler; Jason Logan of 
Falmouth painted the S-10 
Hawaiian Orchard Metallic; and 
Brandon Bowling helped with 
the airbrushing. 

So if you are planning on 
going to the Cavalcade of 
Customs, be sure to look for this 
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Happy N ew Year! 

Time’s running out 
to say, “Happy New 
Year and many 
thanks,” so please 
accept our best 
wishes and know 
that we loved every 
single minute of 
serving you this 
past year. 

Mayor 

Mark Hart 

Council Members: 

Stan Love, Ernie Richie, Mary Ann Pittman, 
Gary Askin, Jason Gregg and Daryl Ammerman 

City Clerk: Terry England 
Deputy Clerks: Ramona Wi ti. tams & Susan Bishop 
Police Chief: Mark Posey 
Fire Chief: David Marquardt 
Supervisors: Gary Lea & Todd Ramsey 



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The Falmouth Outlook, January 11, 2011, Page 3 


Opinion 


Carl Frazer, Rotary President in 1962-63 and 1974-75 



Known as “Pinky” Frazer, a 
nickname given to him as a 
child due to the color of his hair, 
he was a prominent and much 
beloved citizen of Falmouth. 
Probably best known as a Buick 
dealer located at Second and 
Main Street in Falmouth, he was 
much more as is reflected in an 
article about his life in the April 
25, 1975 issue of the Falmouth 
Outlook: 

“Mr. Frazer was one of 
Falmouth’s best known and 
highly regarded citizens and 
businessmen. The large crowd 
that assembled at the funeral 
home on Thursday evening was 
a tribute to his wide acquain¬ 
tanceship. He came from an old 
Falmouth family and believed in 
service to his community and 
was a member of the Falmouth 
Rotary Club for many years, 
being President at the time of 
his passing. 

He took a great interest in his 
beautiful home on Reservoir 
Hill and in his children and 
grandchildren and always got 
the most out of life. Mr. Frazer 
was always a good friend to 
everyone and in his passing our 
community has suffered a deep 
loss. His family has the sympa¬ 
thy of everyone in their bereave¬ 


ment.” 

Who was his family? Carl 
was the youngest son of Rupert 
A and Janie Holmes Frazer. 
Graduating from Falmouth High 
School in 1936, he married 
Jeanne Traber, daughter of 
Harry G. and Margaret Beare 
Traber in 1939. Two children 
were born to this union: Carl Jr. 
who died in infancy and Maxine 
Elizabeth. Carl and Jeanne had 
four grandchildren: David and 
Darryl, who survive, and 
Deirdre and Donna Ammerman, 
who preceded him in infancy. 
Carl had two brothers: George 
and Ralph, and one sister Hilda 
Harast, at whose home he was 
laying carpet when he met his 
demise. 

Three sources of information 
extolled Carl Frazer as exempli¬ 
fying the Rotary motto of 
“Service above Self.” One said, 
“Carl was involved in several 
community projects including 
the Kincaid State Park develop¬ 
ment, the Falmouth Fire 
Department, and the procure¬ 
ment of natural gas to Falmouth 
and Pendleton County. Al¬ 
though he was unable to attend 
college, he believed that every 
child should have that opportu¬ 
nity and toward this end he 
worked hard to establish the 
Rotary Scholarship Fund. 

Another source said that Carl 
served as Club Secretary- 
Treasurer for many years and 
was song leader also. He headed 
many Rotary and community 
causes such as March of Dimes, 
Heart Fund, and Cancer 



CARL FRAZER 


Research. He was active in the 
Men’s Bible Class in the 
Methodist Church. In his youth 
he assisted his late mother in 
managing the Riverside 
Cemetery. 

A third source noted: “Mr. 
Frazer always took pride in 
helping his family or others at 
any time.” His unselfish attitude 
and genial services to others 
were attributes that endeared 
him to many. 

Finally, Darryl Ammerman 
concluded that the Tornado of 
1968 felled a tree in Riverside 
Cemetery under whose branches 
his Grandfather had played as a 
child. Carl Frazer was buried 
under the shade of where this 
tree stood, reminding us of the 
mortality of every living thing 
and the immortality of the soul 
which shall never die! 

Sources: The Falmouth Out¬ 
look, Danny Woodhead, and 
Family of Carl Frazer. 


Fiscal court tentative agenda 


Following is the Pendleton 
County Fiscal Court tentative 
agenda for 7 p.m. Tuesday, 
January 11. 

Call to order, prayer, pledge, 
approval of agenda, approval of 
minutes, presentation of treasur¬ 
er’s report, reappoint county 
employees, approve market 
salary adjustment, reappoint 
road supervisor for four year 
term KRS 179.020, reappoint 
emergency management direc¬ 
tor for four year term, reappoint¬ 
ment to Pendleton Water 
District Board (Rick Adams), 
appointment to replace Gary 
Mann on Pendleton County 
Water District Board, file draw¬ 
ings and “As-Builts” for the new 
Pendleton County Justice 
Center, appoint Pendleton 
County FEMA Applicant agent, 
approve fiscal court continuity 
of Government Resolution, 
appoint Alan Whaley as Ad-Hoc 
member of Ambulance District 
KRS 65.009, approve sheriff’s 
corrected advancement form, 
approve water district budgets, 
transfers, pay bills, closing 


remarks-Judge Bertram 
Magistrates, adjourn. 


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COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00048 

HSBC BANK USA, N.A., AS INDENTURE TRUSTEE FOR THE 
REGISTRED NOTEHOLDERS OF RENAISSANCE HOME EQUITY LOAN 
ASSET-BACKED NOTES, SERIES 2005-2, Assignee of 
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., 

AS NOMINEE FOR FIDELITY MORTGAGE OF OHIO, INC. PLAINTIFF 

vs. COMMISSIONER’S SALE 

TIMOTHY BEGLEY AKA TIMOTHY J BEGLEY; 

CHRISTINA M. BEGLEY FKA CHRISTINA M. GOSNEY; 

JAMES HALL; 

BENEFICIAL KENTUCKY INC. 

DBA BENEFICIAL MORTGAGE CO. OF KENTUCKY DEFENDANTS 

By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered November 12, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to 
offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 
at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: 1156 Pleasant Hill Road, Butler, KY 41006 

Parcel No. 0480000028.05 

Parcel One: 

1.50 acre parcel “B” Division of the 5.04 Acre Baker Tract. 

Situated in Pendleton County, Commonwealth of Kentucky, and being a division of land lying on the east side of the Old Steer Creek Road, 
approximately a distance of 300.0 feet south of the junction with the Pleasant Hill Road and being part of the 5.04 acre division of an original 
140.8 acre tract and owned by Phillip Manzi and Jean Manzi, husband and wife, as recorded in Deed Book 137, page 149, of the Pendleton 
County Clerk’s records at the Falmouth, Kentucky office and is bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a marked 8” elm in the existing fence, said elm being on the West side of a small drain; thence with the existing fence, south 54- 
23’-55” west, a distance of 163.18 feet to a 12” forked elm and south 44-13’-35” west, a distance of 122.3 feet to a set iron pin, a new division 
comer; thence with a new division line, north 36-22’-45” west, a distance of 254.97 feet passing a set iron pin at a distance of 154.97 feet to a 
point in the center of the Old Steer Creek Road; thence with the center line of said road, north 42-58’-50” east, a distance of 110.0 feet and north 
40-58’-55” east, a distance of 105.05 feet to a point, the northwest comer of the 2.00 acre Parcel “A”; thence south 51-00’-15” east, a distance 
of 289.91 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.50 acres and being Parcel ‘B’ on the attached plat. 

Subject to the road right of way easement granted the telephone and electric power company. 

Being the same property conveyed to Timothy Begley and Christina M. Gosney, by Warranty Deed dated June 16, 1997, and being of record in 
Book 204, at Page 54, in the Office of the Clerk of Pendleton County, Kentucky. 

This property is being sold to produce the sum of $65,276.75, together with accmed interest at the current Note rate of 8.94% per annum from 
October 1, 2009 until paid; plus any other charges which have accmed, plus Plaintiff’s costs expended, plus Plaintiff’s attorney fees of at least 
$2,500.00, pursuant to KRS 411.195. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 

1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 

3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 

4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 

5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 

6) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 

7) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 

8) Said property shall be sold subject to: 

a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose. 

Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 

Hon. Mark D. Rucker 
Hon. Travis W. Thompson 
CLUNK, PAISLEY and ASSOCIATES, PS.C 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
130 North Hamilton Street, Suite 101B 
Georgetown, Kentucky 40324 
(502) 867-6758 


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PHS Alumni ‘Class of 1961’ recognized 


Pendleton High School Alumni were recognized at the Pendleton vs. Augusta ballgame Friday, 
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PHS Alumni ‘Class of 1986’ recognized 


Pendleton High School Alumni, representing the 25-Year-Ago Class of 1986 were back row, from 
left:Dana Pugh Childers, Robin Myrick Eschman, Randy Nordheim. Front row: Angela Vanlandingham 
Perry, Karen McClanahan Reid, Carrie Antrobus Ammerman, Amy Thompson Wolfe, Wendy Gibson 
Rogers and Laura Johnson Whaley. Photo by Jackie Vaughn. 


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U.S. 27 and KY 17 at 10:55 a.m. 
January 3. 

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Falmouth was operating a 2002 
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COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 09-CI-00174 

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS SUCCESSOR 
TRUSTEE TO BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, 

AS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE BANK, N.A. 

AS TRUSTEE FOR THE MLMI TRUST SERIES 2006-HE4 PLAINTIFF 

vs. COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


TYLER TIPTON AKA TYLER CLAY TIPTON 
ST ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTER, INC. 

DBA ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTER DEFENDANTS 


By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered January 21, 2010 and Orders entered July 9, 2010 and October 
25, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and 
best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: 402 Front Street, Butler, KY 41006 

PIDN: 038-20-10-001.00 

The following described property located in Pendleton County, Kentucky to-wit: 

Situated in Butler, Pendleton County, Commonwealth of Kentucky and being a division of land lying on the south side of Mill Street at the junc¬ 
tion with Front Street in the City of Butler and being all the remaining part of the original parcel owned by Albert D. Miracle (deceased) and 
Lydia B. Miracle, husband and wife, as described in Deed Book 94 at Page 17 of the Pendleton County Clerk’s Records at the Falmouth, 
Kentucky, Office and is bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a set iron pin set at the north edge of the existing pavement of the Front Street of Butler, said iron pin being at the end of the tan¬ 
gent and the approach radius; thence; with the north edge of pavement north 74-36’-30” west, a distance of 130.25 feet to a set iron pin; thence 
leaving said Front Street and with a line a distance of 1.70 feet east of the existing concrete block building north 34-15’-35” east, a distance of 
173.01 feet to a set iron pin in the south right of way line of Mill Street (Old U.S. Highway #27 relocation); thence with said right of way line a 
distance of 35.0 feet south a parallel with the center line; split J 29-02’-15” east a distance of 16.11 feet; south 22-40’-10” east, a distance of 46.18 
feet south 17-04’-15” east, a distance of 46.53 feet; and south 10-47’-00” east a distance of 46.40 feet; thence south 32-43’-35” west, a distance 
of 36.60 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.3106 acre as survey plat recorded in Deed Book 162, Page 10, Pendleton County Records. 

Subject to any and all easements, restriction, conditions, and legal highways of record and/or in existence. 

Being the same property conveyed from Tyler Tipton and Stephanie Tipton, husband and wife, to Tyler Tipton, an unmarried person, by virtue of 
a deed dated 04/17/2006 and recorded 05/16/2006 at Deed Book 278, Page 337 of the Pendleton County, Kentucky real estate records. 

This property is being sold to produce the sum of $81,383.79, together with interest at the rate of 9.30000% from September 11, 2009 until paid, 
plus additional fees, costs, and expenses, in accordance with the terms of the Note and Mortgage, including advances in payment of ad valorem 
taxes, insurance premiums, assessments, winterization, and preservation of the Real Property; courts costs of this action incurred to date, plus 
additional costs which may be expended for execution upon Plaintiff’s Judgment; and attorney’s fees, title abstract and title update fees paid, or 
agreed to be paid, to Plaintiff’s counsel for the prosecution of this matter. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 

1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 

3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 

4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 

5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 

6) The purchaser may purchase fire and extended coverage insurance on said improvements from the date of sale until the purchase price is paid 
in full to the extent of the court appraised value of said improvements or the unpaid balance of the purchase price, whichever is less, with a loss 
clause payable to the Master Commissioner; however, failure to do so my result in an insurance policy being purchased and the premium being 
charged to the purchaser as purchaser’s cost. 

7) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 

8) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 

9) Said property shall be sold subject to: 

a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose; 

d) Any right of redemption which may be claimed by the United States of America arising under 28 U.S.C. Sec. 2410; and 

e) Any right of redemption that may exist in favor of the Defendant(s). 

Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 


Hon. Bryan W. Schaefer 
NIELSON & SHERRY, PSC 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
639 Washington Avenue 
Newport, Kentucky 41071 
(859) 655-8430 


JUDY M. WRIGHT 
217 W. Shelby Street 
P.O. Box 303 
Falmouth, Kentucky 41040 
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Obituaries 


Mabel Carr. 101. Falmouth 


Mabel Wilson Carr, 101, of 
Falmouth passed away on Sunday, 
December 26, 2010 at the River 
Valley Nursing Home in Butler. 

Bom in Pendleton County on 
September 24, 1909, she was the 
daughter of the late Charles and 
Grace Oetzel Wilson. 

She was a member of Morgan 
Christian Church. 

Preceding her in death are her 
husband, Clay Carr; brothers: 
Roy, Kenzie, and Charles Harold 
Wilson; sisters: Thelma Carr 
Fogle, Mildred Carr, and Dorothy 
Thompson. 

Surviving are her daughters, 
Grace Ryan of Butler and Marilyn 
Felkner of The Villages, Fla.; 
nephew, Harold Carr of Green¬ 
field, Iowa; five grandchildren; 
and 13 great-grandchildren. 



Mabel Wilson Carr 


Services were held on Thurs¬ 
day, December 30, 2010 at the 
Peoples Funeral Home in Butler. 

Interment took place at River¬ 
side Cemetery in Falmouth. 




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December 28, 2010 at her home. 

Born in Clark County on 
January 6, 1919, she was a 
daughter of the late Cordelia and 
Cora Estes Tipton. 

She was a teacher in the 
Pendleton County School Sys¬ 
tem for 18 years. 

She was the last of her 
immediate family. 

Surviving are her husband, 
Raymond Gordon Turley, whom 
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dren: Wayne Gordon Turley of 
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great-grandchildren; and seven 
great-great grandchildren. 

Services were held on Lriday, 
December 31, 2010, at Woodhead 
Luneral Home in Lalmouth with 
Bro. Mike Flynn officiating. 

Interment took place at Mt. Ver¬ 
non Cemetery in Pendleton County. 

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COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00048 

HSBC BANK USA, N.A., AS INDENTURE TRUSTEE FOR THE 
REGISTRED NOTEHOLDERS OF RENAISSANCE HOME EQUITY LOAN 
ASSET-BACKED NOTES, SERIES 2005-2, Assignee of 
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., 

AS NOMINEE FOR FIDELITY MORTGAGE OF OHIO, INC. PLAINTIFF 

vs. COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


TIMOTHY BEGLEY AKA TIMOTHY J BEGLEY; 

CHRISTINA M. BEGLEY FKA CHRISTINA M. GOSNEY; 

JAMES HALL; 

BENEFICIAL KENTUCKY INC. 

DBA BENEFICIAL MORTGAGE CO. OF KENTUCKY DEFENDANTS 


By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered November 12, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to 
offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 
at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: 1156 Pleasant Hill Road, Butler, KY 41006 

Parcel No. 0480000028.05 

Parcel One: 

1.50 acre parcel “B” Division of the 5.04 Acre Baker Tract. 

Situated in Pendleton County, Commonwealth of Kentucky, and being a division of land lying on the east side of the Old Steer Creek Road, 
approximately a distance of 300.0 feet south of the junction with the Pleasant Hill Road and being part of the 5.04 acre division of an original 
140.8 acre tract and owned by Phillip Manzi and Jean Manzi, husband and wife, as recorded in Deed Book 137, page 149, of the Pendleton 
County Clerk’s records at the Falmouth, Kentucky office and is bounded and described as follows: 

Beginning at a marked 8” elm in the existing fence, said elm being on the West side of a small drain; thence with the existing fence, south 54- 
23’-55” west, a distance of 163.18 feet to a 12” forked elm and south 44-13’-35” west, a distance of 122.3 feet to a set iron pin, a new division 
comer; thence with a new division line, north 36-22’-45” west, a distance of 254.97 feet passing a set iron pin at a distance of 154.97 feet to a 
point in the center of the Old Steer Creek Road; thence with the center line of said road, north 42-58’-50” east, a distance of 110.0 feet and north 
40-58’-55” east, a distance of 105.05 feet to a point, the northwest comer of the 2.00 acre Parcel “A”; thence south 51-00’-15” east, a distance 
of 289.91 feet to the point of beginning, containing 1.50 acres and being Parcel ‘B’ on the attached plat. 

Subject to the road right of way easement granted the telephone and electric power company. 

Being the same property conveyed to Timothy Begley and Christina M. Gosney, by Warranty Deed dated June 16, 1997, and being of record in 
Book 204, at Page 54, in the Office of the Clerk of Pendleton County, Kentucky. 

This property is being sold to produce the sum of $65,276.75, together with accmed interest at the current Note rate of 8.94% per annum from 
October 1, 2009 until paid; plus any other charges which have accmed, plus Plaintiff’s costs expended, plus Plaintiff’s attorney fees of at least 
$2,500.00, pursuant to KRS 411.195. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 

1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 

3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 

4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 

5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 


6) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 


7) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 

8) Said property shall be sold subject to: 

a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose. 

Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 


Hon. Mark D. Rucker 

Hon. Travis W. Thompson 

CLUNK, PAISLEY and ASSOCIATES, P.S.C. 

Attorneys for Plaintiff 

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Evelyn Delk, 

Evelyn Delk, 82, of California 
passed away on Friday, December 
24, 2010 at River Valley Nursing 
Home in Butler. 

Born in Walnut Hills on June 
19, 1928 she was a daughter of 
the late Clay and Ettie Morgan 
Thompson. 

She was a homemaker and a 
member of the Flagg Spring 
Baptist Church. 

Surviving are her husband, 
Fred Delk, whom she married on 
November 29, 1945; daughters, 
Barbara Sue Lee of Indianapolis, 
Ind., and Ava Lee Schweitzer of 
Madison, Ind.; sons, Fred Wayne 
Delk of Sand Point, Idaho, and 
Timothy Wayne Delk of Califor¬ 
nia; seven grandchildren: Rob and 
Jeff Jenkins, Carol and Ricky Wall, 


82, California 

Cody and Carson Delk, and Fred¬ 
dy Wayne Delk; three great grand¬ 
children: Chay Jenkins, Zachary 
Taylor Barnhill, and Dillon Jenk¬ 
ins; sister, Inez Clements of Liber¬ 
ty; and three brothers: Lillard 
Thompson and William Thomp¬ 
son, both of Liberty, and Clifford 
Thompson of West Chester, Ohio. 

Services were held on Wednes¬ 
day, December 29, 2010, at Flagg 
Spring Baptist Church. 

Interment took place at Grand¬ 
view Cemetery in Mentor. 

Memorials are suggested to: 
Flagg Spring Baptist Church, 
12204 Flagg Springs Pk., Cali¬ 
fornia, KY 41007. 

Online condolences may be 
sent to the family at www.wood 
headfuneralhome. com. 


Marcella Schemer, 91, Highland Heights 


Marcella Scherrer, 91, of 
Highland Heights passed away 
Wednesday, December 22, 2010 
at River Valley Nursing Home. 

Surviving are her daughters, 
Joyce Glahn of Alexandria and 
Linda Scent of Barbourville; 
sons, Wayne Scherrer of Fal¬ 


mouth and Bruce Scherrer of 
Florida; 11 grandchilden; and 10 
great-grandchildren. 

Services were held on Tues¬ 
day, December 28, 2010 at 
Cooper Funeral Home. 

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Alexandria Cemetery. 


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Blanket Creek Baptist 

Sunday morning the adult 
choir sang special music. The 
youth assisted in the singing as 
well as performing the activities 
leading to the birth of Jesus. 

We want to give a special 
thanks to Mary Frances Hardin for 
the work she does with our youth 
and Michele Monroe for her 
patience in teaching us new musi¬ 
cal material. 

Brother Joe gave a brief mes¬ 
sage on “Why a Baby in a 
Manger?” Scripture used was 
Luke 1:26-38. The fact that Jesus 
was bom to a virgin shows Divin¬ 
ity. Jesus took the form of man 
and walked and suffered as a man 
thus offering us an Eternity with 
no end. We will be able to see and 
worship with Him face to face. Do 
you have your spot in eternity 
reserved? All you have to do is 
accept Him as your Savior. 

Remember our sick, lost, mili¬ 
tary, and families who have lost 
loved ones. 

Butler Christian 

Disciples of Christ 

Rev. Trout’s sermon title Dec. 
26 “Angels”; scripture, Matthew 
2:13-23; liturgist, Billy Kirby; eld¬ 
ers and deacons: Ewell Adams, 
Rook Austin, Elsie Ice, Herman 
Courtney. The choir beautifully 
sang for special music “Not that 
Far from Bethlehem”. Pianist, 
Patty Fardo; acolyte, Erin Kirby. 

Prayer concerns: Esther More¬ 
land, Marilyn Dorsey, Sidney 
Owen, Robbie Harrison, Sarah 
Keller, Dee Browning, Tim Mun¬ 
son, Gary Hardy, Sam Sartin, 
Sarah Sullivan, Joan Nelson, 
Mike Dane, Kay Mudd, Joe Chal- 
fant, Janet Courtney, Jim Teegar- 
den, Missy Fisher, Christine Car¬ 
penter, Janet Hampton, Christa 
Hernandez, Vickie Cooper, Louis 
Collins, Betty Jones, Ray Ham¬ 
mond, Charlie Combs, Jeff Hurst, 
Jim Yelton, Lynn Martini, Patty 
Fondaw, Paul Baird, Wanda Gos- 
ney, Eddie Fisher, Kenny English. 

Meeting: CWF and elders, 7 
p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 12. 

Support our youth, save your 
cans for recycling. Non-perishable 
items are needed for the food 
pantry. 

Adult Sunday School, 10 a.m.; 
worship, 11 a.m.; nursery provid¬ 
ed. 

Camp Northward 
Connections 

As the sun sparkles over the 
cold wintry snow there is a fresh¬ 
ness that heralds the New Year. 
We often speak of the new begin¬ 
ning that is so evident with the 
start of a new year. It is an oppor¬ 
tunity to evaluate the what, why, 
and how of our efforts, but also an 
occasion to check our focus or 
direction. Often in life we get 
things out of focus. Like a trip to 
the eye doctor might reveal you 
need new glasses, a corrective 
lens. Perhaps this year it means 
the dreaded bifocal or trifocal lens. 
Either way it means a new way to 
see the world. 

How about beginning 2011 
with a new world view? A view 
that sees everyone matters to God 


and that no one deserves God’s 
goodness. We are all sinners saved 
by His grace. In 2011 share the 
story, share the grace. 

Chapel of Praise 
Assembly of God 

Pastor Ronny Hull 

Reaching all generations—all 
around the world—is the goal of 
the church. The Psalmist said, “I 
will sing of the mercies of the 
Lord for ever: with my mouth 
will I make known thy faithful¬ 
ness to all generations.” 

It is our responsibility to tell 
others about the faithfulness of the 
Lord. Many Christians and 
churches have limited visions, 
stretching no further than the 
proverbial “end of their noses.” 
They tend to select the group or 
type of people they want to reach 
or that will benefit their local 
church. “Whole world” focuses 
not only on geography, but 
humanity. In every nook and cran¬ 
ny of the globe there are people 
who need Jesus, people who have 
never heard the “Name that is 
above all names [Jesus Christ].” 

Christ expects believers to be 
global Christians. He wants His 
church to be global in its outreach. 
[Part One] 

Falmouth Baptist 

Another Christmas has come 
and gone, and Christ lives on! Our 
prayer is that we all grow closer to 
Him in 2011. 

The Christmas Eve candlelight 
service was beautiful. The choir 
blessed us with several lovely 
selections and then Bro. Cohen 
read us the Christmas story from 
Luke. A time of reflection about 
the true meaning of Christmas 
was followed by the holy sacra¬ 
ment of communion. 

Our Sunday service began 
with the choir singing “I Heard the 
Bells on Christmas Day”. Bro. 
Cohen’s message came from Isa¬ 
iah 1:18 and reminded us that 
Christ beckons us and now is the 
time to come to Him. 

The youth, along with a few 
“young at heart”, will be in Gatlin- 
burg for the Xtreme Winter Con¬ 
ference—exciting ministry events 
that appeal to youth and convey 
the messages of Christ. We know 
they’ll be blessed! 

We happily welcome Peyton 
Barnes into our Falmouth Baptist 
Church family. 

Falmouth Christian 

On Dec. 26, we opened the 
morning service with the hymn, 
“O Come, All Ye Faithful.” We 
were blessed with special music 
from Hannah Hart playing on the 
piano with Jeff Vanlandignham. 
Brother Clay Sullivan delivered 
the message, “The Day After 
Christmas” from Luke 2:17-20. At 
the hymn of decision, one came 
forward to be baptized, and one 
came forward for rededication. 

FCC had the Christmas Eve 
Candlelight Services at 7:00 p.m. 
What a powerful service in cele¬ 
brating the birth of Jesus Christ. 

Names mentioned for prayer 
list were Ray Hammond, Dorothy 
Angel, Ralph and Marietta Wil¬ 
son, Hallie Hart, Natalie Golfman, 


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Falmouth Wesleyan 

Congratulations to Mr. and 
Mrs. Danny Schlueter! They were 
married on Monday, Dec. 27, at 
our church. May God grant them 
blessings on their marriage. 

On Sunday, Dec. 26, Pastor 
Baker spoke about the followers 
of Jesus not effectively applying 
the Word of God. They were dis¬ 
appointed because they thought 
Jesus was dead but they didn’t 
understand that it was written 
many years before that He would 
rise from the dead. In fact, in Luke 
24, Jesus was actually walking 
with them and they didn’t even 
know it! 

How are you applying the 
Bible in your life? In this new 
year, make it a priority to know 
and apply the Bible better than 
you ever have in the past! 

Happy New Year from Fal¬ 
mouth Wesleyan Church! 

First Baptist 

“A Lighthouse in the Community” 
Harry Crozier, Pastor 

Happy New Year! Amanda 
Bruin lit the last candle of Advent, 
The Christ Candle. Adarin 
Williams blessed us with special 
music. 

Bro. Harry’s message, “Twas 
The Day After Christmas, Now 
What?” was taken from Luke. We 
need to keep Jesus in our hearts 
every day of the year, not just dur¬ 
ing the Christmas season. Just like 
the shepherds and the wise men 
we need to spread the Good News 
of our Lord, every day. Tell others 
how Jesus has blessed and helped 
you through hard times. Our 
Heavenly Father loves us and is 
there for us constantly. 

As we have done in the past, 
our Sunday and Wednesday 
evening services are canceled dur¬ 
ing the months of January and 
February, due to the unpredictable 
weather. 

Pray for all in need of hope 
and healing. 

“Heaven—don’t miss it for the 
world!” 

Harvest Community 

Bro. Dale Bobb 

God’s love is not self-centered. 
It reaches out and draws others in. 
He has set the pattern of true love, 
the basis for all love relation¬ 
ships—when you love someone 
dearly you are willing to give 
freely to the point of self sacrifice. 
God paid dearly with the life of 
His Son, the highest price He 
could pay. When we share the 
gospel with others, our ‘love’ must 
be like Jesus’—willingly giving of 
our own comfort and security so 
that others might join us in receiv¬ 
ing God’s love. “God’s Great Gift 
of Love” John 3:16. 

Prayer concerns: Lillian 
Heiert, Alton Elrod, Amy David¬ 
son, Wanda Gosney, and the fam¬ 


ily of Mabel Carr. 

Join us Sundays at Sharp Mid¬ 
dle school; 10 a.m. Bible study 
and 11 a.m. worship service. 
Wednesday and Sunday evenings 
Bible study at 6 p.m. at 101 W. 
Shelby St. (church office) 

Morgan Christian 

Pastor David Wu 

On Jan. 29, we plan on taking 
a group to Perfect North to ski and 
snowboard. We need at least 15 
for the group rate, so come out to 
Morgan and sign up for the trip. 
Also, in Feb. and March we plan 
on roller skating and bowling. 

Thanks to the Harvilles for the 
new track lighting in the sanctu¬ 
ary. 

New videos of our recent 
Christmas celebrations are at 
http://morgancc.blogspot.com. 

On Jan. 16 we plan on having a 
laity Sunday. Duke Wilmes and 
Steve Wood will be preaching, 
Faye Godman will be doing the 
prayer, Kathie Moreland will lead 
the children’s moment, Estille 
Vaughn will preside at the table 
and Jimmie Godman will do the 
benediction. 

Our beloved Mabel Carr 
recently went home to be with the 
Lord after celebrating her 101 st 
Christmas. We will sorely miss 
Mabel’s kindness, compassion, 
sense of humor and spirit. 

Mt. Moriah Christian 

Some may have experienced 
the “Christmas blues” this past 
week! Try thinking about the 
Christ of Christmas! He is our 
Prophet, Priest, King, Master, 
Bridegroom, Good Shepherd, 
Holy One of God, Emmanuel- 
God with Us. His name was 
called Jesus. In John 1:29 He was 
the Lamb of God “Who takes 
away the sin of the world.” The 
wise men recognized Him as the 
“King of the Jews” in Matthew 
2:2. Even the demons in Mark 
1:24 called Him “The Holy One 
of God”. Seek His presence and 
His peace. 

Happy New Year of 2011 to 
each and everyone of you! You are 
always welcome at Mt. Moriah! 
God bless. 

New Hope 
Church of Christ 

If you wished for a white 
Christmas, then you got one. This 
December we saw a lot of snow. 
The snow is a great illustration of 
our lives. You see, when snow 
falls it looks so beautiful and 
white. It decorates barren trees 
and paints the brown grass white. 
Have you ever noticed the snow 
next to the road? It is ugly, black, 
or gray. Why? Because it has 
been corrupted by salt, mud, tires, 
and more. It is no longer useful to 
play with, look at, or use for any 
purpose. It is corrupted. Nothing 
can bring it back to its original 
color. 

That is what happens in our 
lives due to sin. We were created 
perfect until we corrupt ourselves 
with sin. Just like the snow, we 
lose our beauty. Unlike the snow, 
we can be made pure and white 
again through the blood of Christ. 


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We pray all had a safe and 
happy New Year celebration. 
Let’s work to serve others this 
year. 

Bro. John’s message reminded 
us that the safest place to be is 
where God leads you, and to be in 
the center of His will. God is 
always in charge. 

Jan. 6 is Board Meeting. Jan. 9 
will be our annual Congregational 
Meeting at 5:30 p.m. with the 
church board providing a meal. 
The business meeting will follow. 

The Men’s Fellowship is Jan. 
17 at Cemetery Chapel. 

Remember in prayer the fami¬ 
lies of Gary Mann and John 
Grimes. Other prayer concerns 
include Juanita King (home), Ann 
Ammerman, Margaret McCann, 
Sarah Sullivan, Donald Powell, 
Bill Ashcraft, Wade Scaggs, 
Nancy Harville, Ray Hammond, 
Ronnie Mains, Dee Browning, 
Jimmy Cummins, Judy Monson, 
Roberta Figgins, Elmo McKin¬ 
ney, Judy Bex, Juanita Bentle, our 
shut-ins, those with cancer issues, 
and our armed forces. 

Roanoke Christian 

Bro. Don Weaver 

Bro. Don’s message Sunday 
was a Christmas theme with a dif¬ 
ferent point of view, titled “The 
Miracle of It All”. The background 
scripture was Philippians 2:2. 

Life for us is a series of pro¬ 
gressions and achievements, from 
the time we are bom to the time 
we are an adult. But what hap¬ 
pened in Bethlehem that night 
2000 years ago was a reversal of 
the typical line of progression. 
God could have sent His Son to 
earth at any stage of life or even as 
an angel, but instead He sent Him 
as a baby to progress through the 
trials of life as a common man. 
This is the tme miracle of Christ¬ 
mas. 

Please remember those who 
are in a critical time of need in 
your prayers. You are welcome to 
join us each Sunday for worship 
services at 11 a.m., and Sunday 
School at 10 a.m. 

Southside 
Church of Christ 

The practice of making New 
Year’s resolutions goes back over 
3000 years. There is something 
about the start of a new year that 
gives us the feeling of a fresh start 
and a new beginning. The Bible 
does not speak for or against the 
concept of New Year’s resolu¬ 
tions. Philippians 4:13 tells us, “I 
can do everything through Him 
who gives me strength.” 


If a Christian decides to make 
a New Year’s resolution, what 
kind of resolution should he or 
she make? 1.) Pray for wisdom as 
to how to fulfill the goals God 
gives you. 2.) Rely on God’s 
strength to help you. 3.) Don’t 
become discouraged with occa¬ 
sional failures; instead allow 
them to motivate you further. 4.) 
Give God the glory. Psalm 37:5- 
6, “Commit your way to the 
Lord; trust in Him and He will 
do this: He will make your right¬ 
eousness shine...” 

Sunday School, 9 a.m.; wor¬ 
ship service 10 a.m. 

Trinity Southern Baptist 

Blessings from Trinity. After 
welcoming our congregation and 
visitors who were with us Sunday, 
we began services with by singing 
“I Heard the Bells on Christmas 
Day”. Special music by Christina 
Keeton singing “Christmas Has 
It’s Cradle”. Thank you, Christina, 
for a beautiful message in song. 
The sermon text was taken from 
Galatians 4:4-6 and Romans 8:15 
as the pastor spoke to us on 
“God’s Perfect Timing”. 

Punishment and death are two 
of our biggest fears we are all 
going to have to face, but God 
made provisions of overcoming 
that fear through the birth, suffer¬ 
ing, death and resurrection of our 
Lord Jesus Christ. He paid that 
price for us. 

Had a great attendance for the 
Christmas Eve Services and we 
wish to thank each of you for 
coming and all those who took 
part. It was a great worship expe¬ 
rience. See you Sunday! 

Turner Ridge Baptist 

On Sunday, our morning serv¬ 
ice was led by T.J. Cabler. Dale 
Beighle gave the children’s mes¬ 
sage about the grinch who stole 
Christmas, which was not true, but 
the real tmth is knowing Jesus and 
that is the real joy of Christmas. 

Choir special was “O Holy 
Night” with Diane Carter singing 
and a group of our members play¬ 
ing handbells for her. 

Upcoming events: River Val¬ 
ley Service Jan. 16 at 2:30 p.m. 
and Baptist Men’s Day Jan. 23. 

Shut-in this week: Ed Beighle, 
8579 Hwy 467, Williamstown, 
KY 41097. 

Christian sympathy is extend¬ 
ed to the families of Gary Mann, 
Frank Adkins, John Gravett Sr., 
Sue Hensley, Ron Spaulding, and 
Mabel Carr. 

New friends were added this 
week. Please remember prayers 
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The most common causes of 
soil compaction are traffic and 
tillage on soil that is too wet. 
Compaction reduces water and 
nutrient uptake leading to poor 
root growth and ultimately 
lower yields in the affected 
areas. 

A survey showed that about 
one-third of the fields in central 
and western Kentucky were suf¬ 
ficiently compacted to reduce 
the yields of less tolerant crops 
such as corn and tobacco. 

Prevention is the best way to 
manage soil compaction. The 
most severe problem occurs 
when soil is a little too wet to 
work. When a soil ball does not 
easily crumble apart in your 
hand, conditions are too wet for 
you to work in the field. 

Unfortunately, we do not 
always have the luxury of wait¬ 
ing for soil to dry. In these situ¬ 
ations, you can do little things 
like reducing tire pressure and 
restricting heavy equipment to 
the edges of fields. Also, no-till 
cropping systems dramatically 
reduce soil compaction, because 
of increased soil microbial and 
earthworm activity, improved 
pore distribution and reduced 
traffic. 

A common symptom of soil 
compaction is that a field is not 
as productive as it used to be, or 
isn’t as productive as surround¬ 
ing fields. Other indications are 
unexpected or unexplained 
nutrient deficiencies, or more 
severe drought stress. You also 
can detect compaction by dig¬ 
ging roots of a growing plant, 
because they will begin to grow 


laterally when encountering a 
compacted layer of soil. This 
makes water and nutrients 
below the compaction unavail¬ 
able for plant growth. 

The best way to positively 
identify soil compaction is by 
using a penetrometer, a tool sim¬ 
ilar to a soil probe that measures 
soil resistance. You should use 
this tool when soil moisture is 
near field capacity, usually 
between December and March. 
Readings exceeding 300 pounds 
per square inch indicate condi¬ 
tions that would limit root 
growth. If one-third of a field 
has readings above 300 psi, con¬ 
sider changing production prac¬ 
tices to correct the problem. 

You can alleviate moderate 
to severe soil compaction by 
rotating to other crops. Alfalfa, 
sweet clover and fescue have 
root systems that are helpful, but 
this is a rather long-term solu¬ 
tion. 

Another practice is to use 
deep tillage or sub-soiling, fol¬ 
lowed by changed production 
practices to prevent future com¬ 
paction. Fall usually is the best 
time to sub-soil because the soil 
generally is dryer and will shat¬ 
ter better. However, the soil in 
most areas of the state already is 
too wet for sub-soiling. Thus, 
fields with identified com¬ 
paction problems will have to be 
cropped for another summer 
before you alleviate com¬ 
paction. 

If you want more informa¬ 
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• Keep away from nagging. At 
the end of each school day, I want¬ 
ed the children in my class to tidy 
the room before home time. I felt 
that they should learn to tidy up 
after themselves and take pride in 
their room. I created a job chart. 
Each job had a child’s name next 
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weekly to avoid monotony. I 
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“job time”. Just before the bell, I 
would walk around the room and 
pick which job or jobs were com¬ 
pleted to perfection. That child or 
children would receive a bonus or 
prize. My room was immaculate 
each day and I hardly had to say a 
thing! 

This can work well at home 
too. Either writing things down, 
or having a chart with incentives 
in place, eliminate lots of nagging. 
It is important to make sure you 
recognize and praise effort, and 
reward desired behavior. 

Try to set a time where kids 
know what is expected. They 
thrive on routines. For example, 
set a time to do their chores in the 
afternoons. When they are play¬ 
ing they don’t like to be interrupt¬ 
ed, just as much as we don’t when 
reading a good book. If they 
know what is expected and when 
you shouldn’t have to nag as 
much. 

• Model and expect good man¬ 
ners. Good manners at home or 
anywhere shouldn’t be optional. 
If you model good manners to 
your children and everyone else, 
they will see that good manners is 
expected and displayed on a con¬ 
sistent level. 

Children deserve the common 
courtesy of manners that adults 
use with each other. They will 
often imitate the speech and 


behaviour of their parents and car¬ 
ers. Say “please”, “thank you” 
and “you’re welcome” to your 
kids as you would anyone else. 

• Be gentle but firm. If you have 
made your decision about some¬ 
thing, stick to it. Make sure you 
and your partner agree on the issue 
and stay united on your decision. 

Your kids may not like the 
decision at the time, but they will 
know it stands firm and won’t 
bother persisting with either of 
you or playing one parent off 
against the other. Make your 
requests important and speak as 
though you mean it. 

• Ask open-ended questions. If 
you want to get your kids to think 
more and open their minds, you 
need to ask them questions that are 
not answered with a simple ‘yes’ 
or ‘no’ answer. 

For example, instead of asking 
“Did you enjoy Peter’s party 
today?” you could ask “What was 
the best part of Peter’s party 
today?” 

Respond to their ideas to show 
them you are interested in what 
they have to say and that they are 
important to you. “Really?” “I 
understand.” “What about...” 
“That is interesting.” 

• Check for understanding. If 
you find that your child is not 
responding to your requests or get¬ 
ting confused by your instructions 
or conversations, remember to 
check for their understanding 
before moving on to the next 
topic. 

Ask them to repeat what you 
have said. If they can’t, you know 
that it is too long or complicated 
for them to understand. Try to 
rephrase your choice of words 
with shorter and simpler sen¬ 
tences. 

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Holiday money gifts give 
parents an opportunity to begin 
teaching pre-school children 
saving habits that will last a life¬ 
time. 

One easy way to begin is to 
remember the two S’s, save and 
spend. Consider putting a jar 
marked “save” and another 
labeled “spend” in the children’s 
room. Then divide the holiday 
money into portions to save and 
spend, perhaps a 50-50 split. 

When they have accumulat¬ 
ed enough to open an interest- 
bearing savings account, take 
them to a bank or credit union to 
create it. 


Routinely saving money 
gives pre-schooler’s funds for 
future wants and needs and 
introduces them to the benefits 
of saving. Encouraging children 
to consistently save from birth 
through their teenage years 
helps them develop a habit that 
will continue on into adulthood. 

Remember to set a good 
example by regularly saving 
some of your holiday money 
gifts as well as your salary. 

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COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 09-CI-00174 


U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS SUCCESSOR 
TRUSTEE TO BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, 
AS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE BANK, N.A. 

AS TRUSTEE FOR THE MLMI TRUST SERIES 2006-HE4 


PLAINTIFF 


vs. 


COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


TYLER TIPTON AKA TYLER CLAY TIPTON 
ST ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTER, INC. 
DBA ELIZABETH MEDICAL CENTER 


DEFENDANTS 


By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered January 21, 2010 and Orders entered July 9, 2010 and October 
25, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and 
best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: 402 Front Street, Butler, KY 41006 


PIDN: 038-20-10-001.00 


The following described property located in Pendleton County, Kentucky to-wit: 


Situated in Butler, Pendleton County, Commonwealth of Kentucky and being a division of land lying on the south side of Mill Street at the junc¬ 
tion with Front Street in the City of Butler and being all the remaining part of the original parcel owned by Albert D. Miracle (deceased) and 
Lydia B. Miracle, husband and wife, as described in Deed Book 94 at Page 17 of the Pendleton County Clerk’s Records at the Falmouth, 
Kentucky, Office and is bounded and described as follows: 


Beginning at a set iron pin set at the north edge of the existing pavement of the Front Street of Butler, said iron pin being at the end of the tan¬ 
gent and the approach radius; thence; with the north edge of pavement north 74-36’-30” west, a distance of 130.25 feet to a set iron pin; thence 
leaving said Front Street and with a line a distance of 1.70 feet east of the existing concrete block building north 34-15’-35” east, a distance of 
173.01 feet to a set iron pin in the south right of way line of Mill Street (Old U.S. Highway #27 relocation); thence with said right of way line a 
distance of 35.0 feet south a parallel with the centerline; split J 29-02’-15” east a distance of 16.11 feet; south 22-40’-10” east, a distance of 46.18 
feet south 17-04’-15” east, a distance of 46.53 feet; and south 10-47’-00” east a distance of 46.40 feet; thence south 32-43’-35” west, a distance 
of 36.60 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.3106 acre as survey plat recorded in Deed Book 162, Page 10, Pendleton County Records. 


Subject to any and all easements, restriction, conditions, and legal highways of record and/or in existence. 


Being the same property conveyed from Tyler Tipton and Stephanie Tipton, husband and wife, to Tyler Tipton, an unmarried person, by virtue of 
a deed dated 04/17/2006 and recorded 05/16/2006 at Deed Book 278, Page 337 of the Pendleton County, Kentucky real estate records. 


This property is being sold to produce the sum of $81,383.79, together with interest at the rate of 9.30000% from September 11, 2009 until paid, 
plus additional fees, costs, and expenses, in accordance with the terms of the Note and Mortgage, including advances in payment of ad valorem 
taxes, insurance premiums, assessments, winterization, and preservation of the Real Property; courts costs of this action incurred to date, plus 
additional costs which may be expended for execution upon Plaintiff’s Judgment; and attorney’s fees, title abstract and title update fees paid, or 
agreed to be paid, to Plaintiff’s counsel for the prosecution of this matter. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 


1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 


3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 


4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 


5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 


6) The purchaser may purchase fire and extended coverage insurance on said improvements from the date of sale until the purchase price is paid 
in full to the extent of the court appraised value of said improvements or the unpaid balance of the purchase price, whichever is less, with a loss 
clause payable to the Master Commissioner; however, failure to do so my result in an insurance policy being purchased and the premium being 
charged to the purchaser as purchaser’s cost. 


7) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 


8) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 


9) Said property shall be sold subject to: 


a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose; 

d) Any right of redemption which may be claimed by the United States of America arising under 28 U.S.C. Sec. 2410; and 

e) Any right of redemption that may exist in favor of the Defendant(s). 


Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 


Hon. Bryan W. Schaefer 
NIELSON & SHERRY, PSC 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
639 Washington Avenue 
Newport, Kentucky 41071 
(859) 655-8430 


JUDY M. WRIGHT 
217 W. Shelby Street 
P.O. Box 303 
Falmouth, Kentucky 41040 
(859) 654-2929 
MASTER COMMISSIONER 


COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00032 


CitiMortgage, Inc. 
vs. 


PLAINTIFF 


COMMISSIONER’S SALE 


Jonathan Mays 
Tiaira D. Asbury 


DEFENDANTS 




By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered November 12, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to 
offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 
at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: 644 Broadford Road, Falmouth, KY 41040 


The following is a description of a parcel of ground lying and being on the north side of Broadford Road, 0.6 miles West of US 27 in Pendleton 
County, Kentucky, and more particularly described as follows: 


Beginning at a PK. Nail in the center of Broadford Road and a corner to Alva Lee Wright; thence with the center of said road, S. 88° 00’ E 100.00 
feet; thence N. 85° 20’ E. 115.0 feet to a P.K. Nail; thence leaving said road and with new made lines of Violet Dennis N. 12° 07’ W 171.1 feet 
to a stake; thence S. 88° 46’ W 306.2 feet to a stake by a post in the line of Alva Lee Wright; thence with Wright’s line S. 39° 11’ E 201.1 feet to 
the place of beginning, containing 1.006 acres more or less, according to a survey made by Hicks & Mann, Inc. on 23rd on March, 1977. 


Less and Excepting the following described real estate: 


Situate in Pendleton County, Commonwealth of Kentucky and being a division of land lying on the north side of the Broadford Road approxi¬ 
mately a distance of 2700.00 feet West of the U.S. Highway #27, and being part of an original 1.0 acre tract owned by Carter B. Miller as 
described in a deed recorded in Deed Book 144, Paged 480 of the Pendleton County Court Clerk’s records at Falmouth, Kentucky office and is 
bounded and described as follows: 


Beginning at an existing spike in the center of the Broadford Road, said spike being the comer of the original 17 acres 2 rod 30 pole tract #4 
owned by William Dennis, Jr. and Violet Fam Dennis, husband and wife, as recorded in Deed Book 102, Page 596 of the Pendleton County 
records; said spike also being the Southwest corner of the grantors 1.0 acre tract; thence with the center of said Broadford Road South 88-00’ 
East, a distance of 100.00 feet to a set spike, a new division corner; thence with a new division line North 19-53’-45” West, a distance of 179.46 
feet to a set iron post; thence with the North line of the original 1.0 acre tract South 86-46’ West, a distance of 166.1 feet to an existing fence post 
comer; thence South 39-11’ East, a distance of 201.1 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.5 acre. 


Surveyed by Howard M. Johnston, Kentucky Professional Land Surveyor #1041, on May, 1980. 

Subject to any and all easements, restriction, conditions, and legal highways of record and/or in existence. 


Being the same property conveyed to Jonathan Mays, an unmarried person, and Tiaira D. Asbury, an unmarried person, from Estate of Louis L. 
Weaver, by and through Karen L. Pope, Executrix, by Deed dated September 29, 2008, and filed for record on October 2, 2008 in Deed Book 
294, Page 93 of the Pendleton County Court Clerk’s Office. 


This property is being sold to produce the sum of $ 78,953.38, together with interest at the rate of $13.42 per diem from March 4, 2010 until paid; 
plus late charges, advances for taxes and insurance, and Plaintiffs costs herein expended, including a reasonable attorney fee and for any other 
fees expended for services performed in connection with the defendant's default and for the purposes of protecting Plaintiffs interest in the prop¬ 
erty and its rights under the mortgage instrument. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 


1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 


3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 


4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 


5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 


6) The purchaser shall be required to purchase fire and extended coverage insurance on said improvements from the date of sale until the pur¬ 
chase price is paid in full to the extent of the court appraised value of said improvements or the unpaid balance of the purchase price, whichev¬ 
er is less, with a loss clause payable to the Master Commissioner of the Pendleton Circuit Court or the Plaintiff herein. 


7) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 


8) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 


9) Said property shall be sold subject to: 


a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose. 


Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 


Hon. Mark N. Dierks 
LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
PO. Box 5480 

Cincinnati, Ohio 45201-5480 
(513)241-3100 


JUDY M. WRIGHT 
217 W. Shelby Street 
P.O. Box 303 
Falmouth, Kentucky 41040 
(859) 654-2929 
MASTER COMMISSIONER 






















































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COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 
PENDLETON CIRCUIT COURT 
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-CI-00051 


TAX EASE LIEN INVESTMENTS 1, LLC 


PLAINTIFF 


vs. COMMISSIONER’S SALE 

ELIZABETH ASHER, A/K/A ELIZABETH M. ASHER, 

A/K/A ELIZABETH MARIE ASHER and UNKNOWN 

SPOUSE OF ELIZABETH ASHER, A/K/A ELIZABETH M. ASHER, 

A/K/A ELIZABETH MARIE ASHER; 

KENTUCKY TAX BILL SERVICING, INC.; and 
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF 
PENDLETON, BY AND ON RELEATION OF JONATHON MILLER 

SECRETARY OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION CABINET; DEFENDANTS 

By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Pendleton Circuit Court rendered November 12, 2010, in the above action, I shall proceed to 
offer for sale at the Pendleton County Judicial Center at Falmouth, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder at public auction on January 13, 2011 
at the hour of 10:00 a.m., the following described property: 

Property Address: Adams Road, in Pendleton County, Kentucky 

A parcel of ground lying and being on the west side of the Menefee Road, 1.2 miles north of Hogg Ridge Road in Pendleton, County Kentucky, 
and more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the center of the Menefee Road and a comer to George Hartman on the 
west and Charles Menefee on the east; thence with the center of said road, S. 26 degrees 33’ E 237.2 feet; thence S. 8 degrees 53’ W 92.5 feet; 
thence S. 26 degrees 37’ W 258.4 feet; thence S. 6 degrees 60” W 156.5 feet; thence S. 27 degrees 47’ E. 139.5 feet; thence leaving said road and 
with two new made lines of Charles Wheatley and also being the lines of a 62-acre tract to be retained by Wheatley, S 62 degrees 55’ W. 118.1 
feet to an iron pin; thence S. 38 degrees 19’ W. 1016.6 feet to a point in the center of Long Branch Creek; thence with the center of said creek by 
its meanders, N 8 degrees 05’ W. 15.0 feet; thence N. 42 degrees 54’ W. 323.4 feet; thence N. 8 degrees 08’ E. 253.8 feet; thence leaving said 
creek and with the line of George Hartman, N. 54 degrees 21’ E. 1086.0 feet to the beginning, containing 20.00 acres, more or less. 

Subject to easements and restrictions of record. 

EXCEPTION: There is excepted from and out of the above described boundary and not conveyed hereby the following described property: 
BEGINNING on a point in the center of Menefee Road said point being the Southeast corner to a twenty acre tract of J.B. Asher; thence leaving 
roadway with said tract South 62 degrees 55 min. 00 sec. W. 118.10 feet to an iron pin; thence South 38 degrees 19 min. 00 sec. W. 500.00 feet 
to an iron pin; thence a new line North 1 degree 32 min. 41 sec. W. 544.44 feet to an iron pin; thence North 833 degrees 00 min. 00 sec. W. 370.00 
feet to a point in the center of Menefee Road; thence with center line of said road South 27 degrees 47 min. 00 sec. E 139.50 feet to the point of 
beginning, the above described containing 3.00 acres as shown by the survey of Gary Girdler Lie. #2563 on 9/19/88. 

EXCEPTION:2,0000 ACRES 

Lying and being in Pendleton County, Kentucky on the West Side of Adams Road (Menefee road), 1.2 miles North of Hogg Ridge road and more 
particularly described as follows to wit: 

Unless stated otherwise, any monument referred to herein as a set iron pin is a ?” iron rebar 18” in length with a yellow cap stamped L.S. 3407, 
3316. All bearings stated herein are referred to from a previous survey made by Hicks & Mann, Inc. on the 19th day of January 1999 along the 
South line of the parent tract. 

Beginning at a found spike in the center of Adams Road at a corner of Carolyen Asher (D.B. 228, PG. 746); thence with the center of road N 02 
degrees 28’ 58” E - 95.56 feet to a set spike The Real Place of Beginning; Thence leaving said road with 3 new made lines partitioning the 
Grantor’s property, N 54 degrees 24’ 32” W - 449.28 feet to a set iron pin; thence N 54 degrees 20’ 59” E - 244.04 feet to a set iron pin; thence 
S. 54 degrees 24’ 32” E - 317.05 feet to a set spike in the center of Adams Road; thence with the center of said road, S 26 degrees 04’ 28” W - 
174.69 feet to The Real Place of Beginning containing 2,0000 Acres more or less exclusive of all right of ways and easements of record. 


The above description is in accordance with a survey made by W. Thomas Leach with Hicks & Mann, inc. on the 6th of February 2002. A copy 
of the survey is attached hereto and incorporated herein. 

Being a part of the same property conveyed to Elizabeth Asher, by Walter Asher and Kimberly Asher, husband and wife, by Deed dated March 
1, 2002, recorded in Deed Book 244, Page 119, of record in the Pendleton County Court Clerk’s Office. 

This property is being sold to produce the sum of (1) $3,593.46, valid through October 31, 2010, including attorney’s fees, plus interest accruing 
per month, plus costs and fees per KRS 134; (2) $1,428.52, valid through October 31, 2010, including attorney’s fees, plus interest accruing per 
month, plus costs and fees per KRS 134; and (3) $278.79 and $272.51, valid through October 31, 2010, including attorney’s fees, plus interest 
accruing per month, plus costs and fees per KRS 134. 

The property shall be sold upon the following terms and conditions: 

1) The purchaser shall be required to pay ten percent (10%) of the purchase price on the date of the sale, to apply on the purchase price; 

2) The balance of the purchase price shall be due and payable, in cash or certified funds, within sixty (60) days from the date of sale; 

3) The purchaser shall be required to execute a bond, with good and sufficient surety thereon for the unpaid balance of the purchase price, said 
bond to bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum from the date of sale, until paid; 

4) The purchaser shall have the privilege of paying all or any part of the purchase price or paying said bond before maturity by paying the bal¬ 
ance of the principal, together with all accrued interest thereon; 

5) The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay any and all ad valorem taxes on the subject property for the current year, and all subsequent 
taxes; 

6) The subject property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and claims of any party to this action, except restrictions and easements thereon 
appearing of record in the Pendleton County Clerk’s Office, if any; 

7) Possession of the subject property shall be given to the purchaser upon confirmation of Commissioner’s sale, and the Defendants or any per¬ 
sons claiming through them shall have vacated the premises by that time; and 

8) Said property shall be sold subject to: 

a) Assessments for public improvements levied against the subject property, 

b) Existing zoning ordinances, statutes, laws or regulations; 

c) Any facts which an accurate survey or inspection of the property may disclose. 

Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. 

Hon. Virginia L. Lawson 
Hon. M. Jake Bliss 
Hon. Marcy E. Spratt 

VIRGINIA L. LAWSON & ASSOCIATES, P.S.C 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
PO. Box 23800 

Lexington, Kentucky 40523-3800 
(859) 233-1881 


JUDY M. WRIGHT 
217 W. Shelby Street 
PO. Box 303 
Falmouth, Kentucky 41040 
(859) 654-2929 
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Firewood for sale. Large pickup 
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Firewood: split, seasoned, $50 you 
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1085_ 43-8t-pd 

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Firewood for sale: split and deliv¬ 
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Bed: new queen pillowtop mattress 
set, still in plastic. $165, can deliver. 
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We have trim, round 
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Brand new 3 bedroom, 3 bath homes 
as low as $255 per month. Trust our 
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RENTALS 

Mt. Auburn Apartments, Butler, Ky., 1 
and 2 Bedroom apartments. Section 
8 assistance available. Free utilities. 
Free transportation available. Very 
nice and clean. Carpet and equipped 
kitchen. Call Julie, 859-472-2889. 
Equal Housing Opportunity. 2 -tfn ac 

Bedford House Apts: 1 bedroom 
apts. Section 8 assistance available, 
all utilities paid. All apartments fur¬ 
nished with carpet, stove and refrig¬ 
erator. Equal Housing Opportunity. 
For information, call Alma Fields at 
859-654-3957. 2 ^ 

$99 moving special, 2 bedroom apart¬ 
ments with washer and dryerhook- 
ups. Area of Butler, $450 a month plus 
utilities. 859-472-7368. 25-tfh-ac 

Abbey wood Apartments in Falmouth 
is now taking applications for 1 and 2 
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wall-to-wall carpet, stove and 
refrigerator furnished. Lots of closet 
space. Water and sewage paid, cable 
hook-up. Equal housing opportunity. 
Call 859-654-6405. 21-tfn-ac 

Falmouth: Modern large 2 bedroom 
apartment. Central air/heat. 
Appliances, water, and heat fur- 
nished. 859-654-2177 28 -tfh-ac 

2 bedroom apartment for rent. 
Equipped kitchen, A/C, Laundry 
hookup, small deck, off-street park¬ 
ing. $425 plus utilities. No pets. 859- 

441-1227 40-tfn-ac 

House in country, $550 per month, 


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Need some extra Christmas money? 
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SERVICES 

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room additions, vinyl siding, 
remodeling. Free estimates! 
Insured. 859-654-8216. 37-tfh-ac 
Eric Garrison Washer & Dryer 
Repair. 40 yrs experience. All 
brands. Home: 859-472-2334, Cell: 
859-409-1376. 4-dh-c 

We can build or repair barns, also 
apply shingles or metal to your 
house, Doug Beach, 859-428-1292 
or 859-743-1419. 39-tfn-ac 

Cistern cleaning, repair. Tree serv¬ 
ice. Mr. Fix It Home Improve-ment. 
Light hauling. 859-654-2060, 513- 
604-2907. l-tfn-ac 

We buy standing timber or cut on 
percentage. Fully insured, call 606- 
782-0388. 16-tfn-ac 

Buying Standing Timber, refer¬ 
ences, insured, 859-991-8169, 859- 
991-8170. 42-tfn-ac 

Need Lime? Call Norcorp Lime 
Spreading at 859-588-3587 or 859- 
234-5105_ 1 l-tfn-ac 

M.E. Northcutt: Sanitation Septic 
Tank Cleaning. 

Commercial/Residential. Serving 
this area for 50 years. 859-234- 

1081 38-24t-ac 

Beane Protective Services, Kevin 
Beane, Owner/Manager, kevin@beane 
protectiveservices.com, P.O. Box 
448, Butler, KY 41006. 513-442- 
0441 45-2t- P d 

ELECTRONICS/ 

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Expert Computer Repair, formerly 
with AT&T/Best Buy. Viruses, spy- 
ware, malware, reasonable. Call 
David, 859-409-2182 44-3t- P d 


Junk cars and scrap iron, all types 
removed. Old farm equipment, 
trucks, buses, etc., free removal. Call 
Grogan’s 859-472-5638. i7-tfn- ac 


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BUYS JUNK VEHICLES 

Top Dollar Pay 
Tow Vehicles Away For Free 

Call Today 
859-393-4890 


Company Looking To Hire 
Experienced Mig Welder 

Able to read blueprints. 

Some weekends and overtime 
required. Must have reliable 
transportation. Benefits include 
paid holidays, vacation & 
health insurance. 

Send resume & references to: 
P.O. Box 678 
Owenton, Ky. 40359 


Buying aluminum, copper, car bat¬ 
teries and steel, 1 pound or several 
tons. Cynthiana, Ky., beside ball- 
park. 859-234-5930. 4i- t f n -ac 


PRODUCTS 


Robert G. Caldwell quality hay, 
square bales, brome/timothy/orc- 
hard grass Good quality solid bales. 
Call 859-472-3755 or 859-322- 

3785. 25-tfn-ac 


Hay for sale: square bales alfalfa 1 st 
Orchard/Timothy/Fescu mix, 4x5 
roll bales, 1,500 lbs., stored inside, 
Walton area. 859-393-1592 45-2t- P d 


LIVESTOCK 


Cattle and horses, all types bought and 
sold. Larry Browning, 859-472-2597 
or 859-322-1828. 24-26t- P d 


PETS 


60 th wedding anniversary so won¬ 
derful. 

Special thanks to our daughter, 
Donna, and daughter-in-law, 
Jo Ann, for taking care of the impor¬ 
tant items—cakes and food. Great 
job, girls, we do appreciate all your 
efforts. 

As we look over the last 60 
years, it is unbelievable all the great 
things we have enjoyed. 

We will always cherish all who 
came despite the snow, cold, and 
difficult parking. There were those 
who remember our hunting trip for 
grouse, my Bible study group— 
great group, and friends from other 
churches: Butler, Ft. Thomas, 
Antioch, and Mt. Moriah. Also 
many thanks for those beautiful 
flowers, cards, and phone calls. 

Yes, we are thankful to God for 
allowing us to enjoy this day with 
friends. 

Sincerely, 

Bob Jones 


TOO LATE 


TO CLASSIFY 


Reward: reward for missing female, 
gray, Miniature Schnauzer. Last seen 
on KY 3149/John’s Road. Call 859- 
472-5877 or 859-391-4298. 46-2t- pd 


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Puppies, kittens, dogs and cats. 
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CARD OF 


THANKS 


Anniversary Thanks 
To our friends who attended our 
“open house” on Saturday, 
December 18, 2010—Thanks. 

Thanks so much for making our 


Tri State Land Company 
859-485-1330 


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1 Ac. Pendleton Co.. Hwv. 1054 area -4 Bd. & 1 Ba. farmhouse, needs some 
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Burch/Thorton, Kelly and Hafer farms. No 
hunting, fishing, recreational vehicles 
or trespassing of any kind day or night. 
Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 4-30-11 


Ammerman, Genevieva farm Lakeside, 
316 acres, off US 27 & 104 acres., 
Marquette Rd., Pendleton Co. Posted 
against hunting/fishing, trespassing of any 
kind. Violators prosecuted! ex P . 11-8-11 


Hale, Willena. No trespassing by any¬ 
one any time, day/night, prop, on US 27 
in Pendleton Co. Violators prosecuted! 

Ex P . 4-11-11 


Peter Allen Property, 40 acres 
Galloway Road. No trespassing, night 
or day. No hunting, no fishing. Violators 
will be prosecuted to the fullest extent 
of the law._ ex P . 10-5-11 


Aulick, Carol, 120 ac., Galloway Rd. 
No hunting, fishing, tresspassing of any 
kind. All hunting blinds and stands will 
be removed._ ex P . 8-10-11 


Hammond, Ray and Judy. 16.5 acre 
farm on Hayes Station Rd., Falmouth, is 
posted. No hunting, fishing, or trespass¬ 
ing of any kind. Violators will be prose- 
cuted._ Ex P . 11-16-11 


Pferrman, Susan Farm, 214 ac., off 
Flour Creek and Garvey Rds., Posted 
against hunting, fishing, trapping, or 
trespassing of any kind day or night. 
Violators will be prosectued. ex P . 4-20-11 


Bass, Don and Beverly, 98+ acres at 
6808 Hwy 22 E. No hunting, fishing, or 
trespassing of any kind. Violators will 
be prosecuted._ e xp . 3-22-11 


Biddle, Dennis, 60.8 acres at 1515 
Vater Road (formerly the Pape/Hall 
farm). No hunting or trespassing of any 
kind, day or night. Violaters will be 
prosecuted._ ex P . 2-23-11 


Harrison, 439 Lea Rd., extending to 
Wyatts Bend Rd., 30 acres. No hunting, 
no fishing or trespassing of any kind, 
day of night! All violators will be pros¬ 
ecuted!_ Ex P . 11-13-11 


Popham-Mainous Property, 90 ac. & 28 
ac., Atha Ln. off Gum Lick Rd. No hunting, 
fishing, ATVs, or trespassing of any kind, 
except with written permission. ex P . 2-17-11 


Ritter, William and Margaret, 77 ac., 1 mile 
south of Falmouth on US 27. No hunting, 
fishing or trespassing night or day! e xp . 1-3-12 


Blackaby Farm, 80 acres, 1874 
Mullins Lane, DeMossville. No hunt¬ 
ing, fishing, trespassing of any kind. 
Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 5-23-11 


Ison, Janice and Joe, farm at 443 
Stepstone Church Rd, Butler (formerly 
George & Darleen Napier’s), property 
at 484 Lake view Dr., Falmouth, Ky and 
148 acres at 268 Ison Lane, no hunting, 
dumping, fishing, swimming, recre¬ 
ational vehicles, or trespassing of any 
kind, day or night, without written nota- 
rized permission._ ex P . 6-9-11 


Romeo, Aldo and Patricia, 56 acres at US 
27 and Liberty Ridge, Pendleton Co. No 
hunting, fishing or trespassing or any kind. 
Violators will be prosecuted! ex P . 10-13-11 


Blevins, Howard farm. No hunting or 
fishing or trespassing on 5024 N 159, 
Falmouth: 144 acres on east side and 11 
acres on west side of 159. All violators 
will be prosecuted._ ex P . 12-07-11 


Kaplan, David and Lucille. 80 ac., Turner 
Ridge Rd., formerly Tomhn-Points farm. 
No hunting/trespassing at any time. 
Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 10-27-11 


Sexton Property, 841 Fishing Creek 
Rd. approx. 2.14 acres. Posted! Lot #2, 
1005 Fishing Creek Rd. approx 2.45 acres, 
and Lot #5 of the Mudd Land Division 
approx 4.54 acres. Also, 100 Southfork 
Rd. approx 2 acres. Absolutely NO hunt¬ 
ing/dumping/riding ATV’s or trespassing 
of any kind. Violators will be prosecuted to 
the fullest extent!_ ex P . 1-2-11 


Colvin-Helton, Kathy and John, 8890 
and 8924 Milford Rd., 70 acres. No hunt¬ 
ing, fishing or soliciting of any kind, day 
or night. All violaters will be prosecuted 
to the fullest extent of the law. e xp . 11-3-11 


Klee, David. 37 acres, Rt. 10, Mt. 
Auburn. No hunting or trespassing of 
any kind, day or night. All violators will 
be prosecuted._ ex P . 8-9-11 


Showalter, Mildred, 77 ac. 1 mile south 
of Falmouth on U.S. 27. No hunting, fish- 
ing or trespassing night or day. ex P . 10-20-11 


Cooper, Jerry & June 200+ acre farm 
Ryan Rd, Rt. 4, Box 1057, Falmouth. 
No hunting, fishing or trespassing of 
any kind-day or night._ ex P . 11-16-11 


Cummins-Brown, Barbara 64 1/2 acres 
in Pendleton Co. 1177 Antrobus Rd, 
Berry, Ky 41003 . No Trespassing & No 
Hunting._ ex P . 8-28-11 


Kobasuk, Mark and Barbara. 9892 
Milford Rd., 177 acres and 128 Tam Ln., 
129 acres; both properties are located in 
Falmouth. Absolutely no fishing, hunting, 
trespassing, or soliciting of any kind, day 
or night. All violators will be prosecuted 
to the fullest extent of the law. e xp , 11-9-11 


Steele Family, 3174 Morgan Four 
Oaks Rd., 225 acres. This farm is post¬ 
ed! No hunting or trespassing of any 
kind, day or night. Violators will be 
prosecuted!_ ex P . 10-31-11 


Dickison, Barbara. 562 Hwy 22 W, 100 
acres; 4147 Hwy 22 W, 41 acres; 774 
Grimes Rd., 80 acres. No hunting, fish¬ 
ing, or trespassing day or night. All vio¬ 
lators will be prosecuted to the fullest 
extent of the law._ e xp . 11-16-11 


McDowell, 240 Hwy 22 W., 80 acres, 
absolutely no hunting, ATV, horse rid¬ 
ing, fishing or trespassing of any kind, 
unless permission given by owners. All 
violators will be prosecuted to the 
fullest extent of the law!_ ex P . 4-6-11 


Stonehouse Farms, LLC, 205 ac. lying 
on both sides of Greenwood-Portland 
Rd., and bordered by Grassy Creek (for¬ 
mer Plummer farm). No hunting, fishing 
or trespassing of any kind day or night. 
Violators will be pro secuted! e xp . a - 11 -11 


Dye Property, Faith farm. 134+ acres, 
fronting Trankler Rd. (also Grovers 
Creek). No hunting, fishing or trespass¬ 
ing of any kind, day or night. Violators 
will be prosecuted._ ex P . 12-24-11 


Meadows, Mark & Melissa property at 
the end of Adams Rd. off Hogg Ridge 
Rd., approx. 80 ac. No trespassing of 
any kind including hunting, fishing, 
trapping, atv riding, horseback riding. 
Violators prosecuted. _ex P . 9-28-11 


Taylor, Lawrence - Florence Taylor 
McNay heirs farm. Falmouth Lenoxburg 
Road, 188 acres, Posted. No hunting, fish¬ 
ing, ATV or trespassing of any kind, day or 
night! All viloators will be prosecuted to 
the fullest extent of the law! ex P . 4-12-11 


Ellis, Farms, property, 1519 John 
Denny Rd. (75 ac), 4612 Gumlick Rd 
(85 ac), 4757 Gumlick Rd, (77 ac), 
5126 Hogg Ridge Rd (69 ac), Pendleton 
Co. No hunting, fishing, dumping, rid¬ 
ing atv’s or trespassing of any kind 
without written permission. ex P . 9 - 26-11 


Mickelson Property, 8.5 ac. Bethel 
Ln. No trespassing of any kind day or 
night._ Ex P . 10-11-11 


Tisa, Stephen - No hunting, fishing, or 
trespassing any time, night or day. 
Violators will be prosecuted! On 509 
Knoxville Gardnersville Rd. ex P . 4-20-11 


Morris, Geneva, 140 ac. Wyatt’s Bend Rd. 
No hunting, fishing or trespassing anytime. 
Violators will be prosecuted._ ex P . 4-5-11 


Utz, Chester farm on Lock Rd. 90 
acres. Absolutely no hunting, fishing, or 
trespassing of any kind._ e xp . 11-29-11 


Fetters Eddie and Karen, 41 ac. farm 
at 1705 Flour Creek Rd, Pendleton Co. 
No Hunting / Fishing / trespassing any 
time. Violators prosecuted! e xp . 9-18-11 


Norman-W illiam, Carolyn, Brandon, 
Ashley. 40.5 acres, north side of Fishing 
Creek Rd. No hunting, fishing, or tres¬ 
passing of any kind, day or night. All 
violators will be prosecuted to the 
fullest extent of the law! _ ex P . 11-23-11 


Webster, Larry and Bobbie 66+/- acres 
formerly owned by Wanda, Jeff and 
Barry Conley, off Step Stone Church Rd. 
Access off AA Hwy. No hunting or tres¬ 
passing of any kind day or night. 
Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 3-1-11 


Goins, Ronald, 6 ac, m/1 56 River Rd., 
Butler. No trespassing of any kind, day or 
night. Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 4 - 5-11 


Ollberding, Joseph, 33.5 acres, 919 Clos 
Rd. Falmouth, Ky. There will be no hunt¬ 
ing, fishing, or tresspassing of any kind. 
Violators will be prosecuted! e xp . 9-14-11 


Wehner, Richard and Carolyn - 23 acres 
on US 17 in Pendleton County. Absolutely 
no fishing, hunting, or trespassing. 
Violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 1-11-11 


Gray Bar Acres, 1907 Turner Ridge Rd, 
143 ac. No fishing, hunting or trespassing of 
any kind. Violators prosecuted! ex P . 4 - 30-11 


Peal, Wray and Becky farms, Veirs Rd. 
Peach Grove. No trespassing or hunting. 
All trespassers prosecuted! ex P . 11-22-11 


Wispering Oak Estate, LLC, property 
363 ac. Blanket Creek Rd. No hunting 
or trespassing day or night. Violators 
prosecuted! _ ex P . 3-1-12 


Hafer Ridge Farm, 579 ac. intersected 
by Hafer Rd., lying adjacent to a b/w St. 
Rt. 467 and St. Rt. 17. Includes the former 


Pendleton Co. Board of Education: 
All property is posted against hunting 
day or night. ex P . 2-28-11 


Young, 8148 and 8152 Hwy 17N. 
Demossville. Approx. 34 acres. No 
hunting, fishing, or trespassing of any 
kind, day or night. Signs posted. All 
violators will be prosecuted. ex P . 7-21-11 




















































































































































































































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Goupt 


Family Court 

Hon. Charles W. Kuster, Jr. 
12/28/2010 

Estate of Ralph Fields. Rev. Re 
03/08/11. 

Estate of William J. Shoemaker. 
MH. OTBS. 

In Re: Minor: 10-P-00021. MH. 
OE. 

Estate of Michael Thomas Pol¬ 
lard. Rev. Rev 02/09/11. 

Estate of Frank H. Adkins. PH. 
Will admitted. OE. 

Necia Longworth. PH. Will 
admitted. OE. 

Dorothy Louise Sorrell. PH. Will 
admitted. OE. 

Wells Fargo Bank vs. Tina 
Deaton. MH. DJ for plaintiff. OE. 

Cavalry Portfolio Services LLC 
vs. Hazel M. Nash. MH. DJ entered. 

Equable Ascent Financial LLC 
vs. Robert Warman. MH. DJ for 
plaintiff. 

Christopher J. Baucom 1989. Arr. 
Fail to illuminate head lamps. Fail of 
owner to maintain req insurance. 
FTA. BW $250. 

Rodney L. Brossart 1966. Arr. 
Speeding > 10 MPH. Pd in full. 

Roger E. Brownfield 1962. Arr. 
No brake lights. Inadequate silencer. 
Charges 1 & 2 proof of repair. 
DMOC. 

Jeffery C. Browning 1970. Arr. 
Summons. Exp reg plates. Exp KY 
reg receipt. Fail to wear seat belt. SC 
mail 01/18/11. 

Thomas A. Connelly 1957. Arr. 
Exp reg plates. Proof DMOC. 

William C. Darling 1964. Arr. 
Speeding >10 MPH. Operating vehi¬ 
cles with exp OL. Fail to notify 
address change to dept of transp. 
Charge 1 pd. Charges 2 & 3 DMOC 
on proof. 

Autumn R. Eckler 1991. Arr. 


Speeding > 10 MPH. Pd in full. 

Andrew S. Everman 1979. Arr. 
Speeding >15 MPH. FTA. 

Paula L. LaFollette 1991. Arr. 
Speeding > 5 MPH. Pd in full. 

Brandi L. Mastin 1980. Arr. Fail 
to wear seat belts. Pd in full. 

Dale B. McClanahan 1989. Arr. 
Speeding > 10 MPH. Pd in full. 

Joseph Milbum 1979. Arr. Speed¬ 
ing > 15 MPH. License to be in poss. 
Fail of owner to maintain req insur¬ 
ance. Charge 1 GP. STS & Costs. 
Charge 2 PTC 02/22/11. Charge 3 
DMOC on proof w/out prej. SCH 
02 / 22 / 11 . 

Holly A. O’Malley 1958. Arr. 
Speeding > 17 MPH. Rev 03/29/11 
for completion of CA Diversion. 

Ralph W. Rose 1948. SCD. POA 
01/25/11. 

Taylor Thomas 1953. Arr. Theft 
by unlawful taking. Cont to 06/28/11. 
No further offenses. PAO. 

Donnie Thornton 1962. Arr. Entry 
on land to shoot/hunt/fish/trap w/o 
consent 1st off. Cont to 12/27/11 for 
DMOC on no hunting violations. 

Joshua P. Turner 1992. SCD. 
Judgement satisfied st to F&C. 

Marcella L. Veach 1980. 2 cases. 
CFA. Fail to surrender revoked OL. 
License to be in possession. No OL. 
Charge 1 GP. Amend MOC to no 
operators poss. PAO. SCH 01/11/11. 
CFA 01/18/11. 

Scott S. Witham 1982. SCD. 
Summons. PAO. SCH 02/08/11. 

William S. Blevins 1987. SCD. 
PAO 01/25/11. 

Kayley J. Brill 1992. SCD. PAO 
01/25/11. 

Serena K. Bmin 1983. SCD. PAO 
01/25/11. 

Jesse S. Cooper 1991. SCD. PAO 
01/25/11. 

Andrew T. Flynn 1989. SCD. 


PAO. 01/25/11. 

Timothy Brian McDaniel 1977. 3 
cases. SCD. PAO 01/25/11. 

Jamie Allen Moneyhon 1979. 
SCD. Summons. 40 hours of commu¬ 
nity service. PAO. SCH 01/04/11. 

Joe A. Myers 1967. SCD. PAO. 
SCH 01/25/11. 

Donald R. Neal 1946. SCD. PAO 
01/25/11. 

Wayne Y. O’Malley 1976. SCD. 
Def on home incareration. Monthly 
payment reduced. PAO. SCH 
01/25/11. 

Kirk Sullivan 1971. 2 cases. SCD. 
PAO 01/25/11. 

Brandon J. Tackett 1976. 6 cases. 
SCD. Summons. Rev 03/22/11. 

Philip L. Thoms III 1993. SCD. 
PAO 01/25/11. 

Mike Whittle 1982. SCD. PAO 
01/25/11. 

Floyd L. Wright 1983. 2 cases. 
SCD. PAO 01/25/11. 

Brent A. Florer 1985. OH. War¬ 
rant. Fail to wear seat belt. Driving on 
DUI susp license 1st off. FTA. BW 
recalled. PTC 02/08/11. 

Jesse J. Fuller 1986. 2 cases. Arr. 
Theft receipt of stolen credit/debit 
card. Burglary 1st deg. Criminal mis¬ 
chief 1st deg. Criminal trespass 1st 
deg. NGP PD app. PTC & PH 
01/04/11. 

James E. Perkins 1990. Arr. Bur¬ 
glary 3rd deg. Theft by unlawful tak¬ 
ing. NGP. PH 01/04/2011. 

Mark D. Perkins 1965. 3 cases. 
Arr. Summons. Contempt admitted. 4 
days imposed & case remanded. Con¬ 
tempt admitted F&C converted to 14 
days consecutive. Contempt admitted 
9 days imposed. Credit 3 to serve 6. 
Case remanded upon service. PH 
01/04/11. SCH 01/25/11. 

Jeffrey S. Breeden 1975. OH. One 
headlight. Obstructed vision. Inade¬ 


quate silencer. DMOC on proof of 
junking vehicle. PAO. SCH 01/11/11. 

Arthur T. Courtney 1979. 3 cases. 
SCD. PTC. Violation of KYEPO. 
Cont for d/m - c/o no new incidents. 
SCH 01/11/11. Rev 06/28/11. 

Rachel Dawn Jones 1983. SCH. 
Substantial payment made. Rev 
01/25/11. 

Jesse J. Neary 1988. SCD. BW 
cash only . Def to sign. SF&C or 10 
days P or S. 

Steven Richard 1969. PTC. Theft 
by unlawful taking. Operating on susp 
OL. Fail to notify address change to 
dept of transp. PTC 01/18/11. 
SC/mail to def. 

Miguel Alejandro Campos. Arr. 
Improper signal. No OL. Criminal 
poss of forged instmment 3rd deg. 
Def in federal custody. DMOC w/o 
prej deportation anticipated. 

Joshua N. Gregg 1978. PH. Sum¬ 
mons. Burglary 3rd deg. PC found. 
Bound over to GJ. Bond remains 
same. 

Tracy C. King 1970. 2 cases. CH. 
PAO. CH & SCH 01/11/11. 

Clinton L. Mann 1988. 2 cases. 
PH. PTC. Criminal poss of forged 
instmment 2nd deg. Poss of marij. 
Drug paraph. PH reset MOC 
01/04/11. PTC 01/04/11. 

Brittany H. Roberts 1990.4 cases. 
PH. PTC. Receiving stolen prop > 
$10,000. Exp reg plates. Theft by 
decep < $500. Poss of marij. Charge 4 
GP. 30 days, probated 2 yrs. Conflict 
counsel needed. Time waived. PAO. 
PH, PTC & SCH 01/25/11. 

Jory Wilson 1983. 2 cases. PTC. 
PH. Summons. Assault 4th deg. 
Criminal Mischief 3rd deg. Manufac¬ 
turing meth 1st off. Poss controlled 
sub, 1st deg, 1st off. Dmg paraph. PC 
found & bound over. Bond remains. 
PTC 02/08/11. 


Legend to the 


ADE 

alcohol driver education 

Agrmt 

agreement 

AI 

alcohol intoxication 

Appt 

appointed 

Arr 

arraignment 

Atty 

attorney 

BA 

blood alcohol 

Bal 

balance 

BH 

bond hearing 

BT 

bench trial 

BW 

bench warrant 

C 

costs 

CA 

county attorney 

CFA 

continued first appearance 

CH 

comtempt hearing 

Ch sup 

child support 

Circ ct 

circuit court 

Conds 

conditions 

Cont 

continue 

CS 

community service 

CT 

court trial 

Cts 

counts 

DA 

District Attorney 

Def 

defendant 

DMOC 

dismissed, motion of the 
Commonwealth 

DOB 

date of birth 

DUI 

driving under the influence 

EPO 

emergency protection order 

F 

fine 

Fail 

failure 

FTA 

failure to appear 

GJ 

grand jury 

GP 

guilty plea 

Hrg 

hearing 

Ins 

insurance 

JT 

jury trial 

Judg 

judgment 

Maint 

maintain 

MH 

motion hearing 

MOC 

motion of the Commonwealth 

MV 

motor vehicle 


Court Docket 

NGP 

not guilty plea 

NLT 

no less than/ no later than 

OA 

own attorney 

OE 

order entered 

Off 

offense 

OH 

other hearing 

OL 

operators license 

OLS 

operators license suspened 

OR 

overruled 

OTBS 

order to be submitted 

PAO 

paying as ordered 

PD 

public defender 

PC 

probable cause 

Pd 

paid 

PH 

preliminary hearing 

PI 

public intoxication 

PIF 

paid in full 

POR 

payment of restitution 

PRH 

probation revocation hearing 

Prob 

probation 

Prob viol probation violation 

PT 

pretrial 

PTC 

pretrial conference 

Pymt 

payment 

Req 

required 

Rev 

review 

SC 

show cause 

SCD 

show cause deferred 

SCH 

show cause hearing 

SCO 

show cause order 

Sent 

sentencing 

SF&C 

surety fines and costs 

SH 

status hearing 

Susp 

suspended 

Sust 

sustained 

SupH 

supression hearing 

TBD 

to be determined 

TBUT 

theft by unlawful taking 

TICS 

trafficking in a controlled 
substance 

TUA 

taken under advisement 

Unsup 

unsupervised 


UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY RESEARCH 


Pendleton County 4th, 5th and 6th Grade Parents 
Needed for Research Study 

Substance abuse is a worsening problem for youth in rural populations. 
Research demonstrates substance abuse prevention programs that 
involve parents may be the most effective. 

Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing are conducting a 
research study on the acceptance of a web-based parenting skills 
program for a target population of 4th, 5th and 6th grade parents 
in rural Pendleton County. 

Voluntary participation is limited to parents with children enrolled in 
4th, 5th and 6th grade of the Pendleton County school system for 
the 2010-2011 academic year. 


For more information, contact thePrincipal Investigator: 

Jason A. Gregg, ARNP, FNP-C 

601 Chapel Street, Falmouth, KY 41040 

PHONE: 859-462-0264 

E-MAIL: jason.gregg@uky.edu 

An Equal Opportunity University 



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Happenings 



RALPH AND SHIRLEY PETTIT 


Pettits to celebrate 60 th anniversary 

At the home of Rev. D.P DeHart in Butler, a lovely wedding cer¬ 
emony took place on January 6, 1951. Miss Shirley Turner, daugh¬ 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Turner of Butler, and Ralph Pettit, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pettit, also of Butler, exchanged their vows. 
After the ceremony the wedding party, family, and friends enjoyed 
a lovely dinner served at the bride’s home. 

Friends and family would like to express the warmest of wishes 
on your 60 th wedding anniversary. We love you Mom and Dad! 

Love, 

Marcia Pettit Stubbs, Melanie (Pettit), and Michael Crail; 

the late Michael Pettit; 

Grandchildren Erica Stubbs, Sarah Stubbs, Cliff Crail, Joe Crail; 

Great-grandchildren Joanna and Katelyn Joering 


Two Amish recipes to share 





By Lovina Eicher 
Editor’s Note: Lovina is 
spending the week with her chil¬ 
dren who are on their holiday 
break. Her column will return in 
its regular format next week. 
New Year’s Day is a celebratory 
occasion among the Amish. I 
have heard stories for years of 
how Lovina’s Grandpa Graber 
ushered in the New Year by blow¬ 
ing in a conch shell, sending out a 
loud “horn” type sound across the 
rural fields. New Year’s Eve fea¬ 
tures snacks and eager waiting by 
children for the midnight hour. 
Following are two recipes from 
“An Amish Christmas”, one is a 
great New Year’s Eve snack and 
the other is a delicious recipe for 
sauerkraut, a traditional New 
Year’s dish in many homes. 

Kevin Williams, Amish Cook Editor 


Caramel Corn 

9 

quarts popped corn 

2 

cups brown sugar 

1/2 

cup white com syrup 

1 

teaspoon salt 

2 

sticks margarine 

1/2 

teaspoon soda 


1 teaspoon vanilla 
Boil the sugar, syrup, margarine 
and salt for 5 minutes. Take 
from stove and add soda and 
vanilla. Pour over popcorn and 
mix well. Pour into pans. Bake 
at 250 for 1 hour. Stir several 
times during baking. 


Sauerkraut Balls 

Balls: 

2 pounds ground pork 
2 pounds ground beef 
1 medium minced onion 
1 16 oz can undrained sauerkraut 

1 tablespoon chopped parsley 
1 teaspoon lemon juice 
1 tablespoon Worcestershire 

1 teaspoon soy sauce 

2 tablespoon horseradish 
2 teaspoon dry mustard 

1 teaspoon Tabasco sauce 
1 egg, beaten 

1 tablespoon Parmesan cheese 

2 teaspoon garlic salt 

1 teaspoon poultry seasoning 
1 cup saltine cracker crumbs 
Combine all ingredients for 
meat mixture in large bowl and 
mix well. Roll into 1-inch balls. 
Breading: 

3 eggs 

3 cups milk 

1 cup (+/-) dry bread crumbs 
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning 
Oil for deep frying 
Combine bread crumbs and poul¬ 
try seasoning. Dip sauerkraut 
balls into egg mixture, then roll 
lightly in bread crumbs. Deep-fry 
in hot oil (370° F) for 4 to 5 min¬ 
utes or until cooked completely 
through. Makes 60 to 70 sauer¬ 
kraut balls. 

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and stories, “like” The Amish 
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“7 Didn t Know That — 
Auld Lang Syne explained 



(Why We Say The Things We Say) 


Funny to think of tunes we 
grew up on, whose words are mis¬ 
translated by small children. I 
myself recall singing “Bringing in 
the Sheaves” as “Bringing in the 
Cheese. 

(I smile as I type, recalling that 
hilarious scene from Monte 
Python’s “History of the World” 
where someone in the crowd inter¬ 
prets Jesus’s beatitude as “Blessed 
are the Cheesemakers!”) 

A youth leader friend of mine 
tells of a five-year-old belting out 
“Lead on Oh King, Eternal” as 
“Lead on Oh Kinky Turtle!” 

And then there’s the classic 
mishap in “I Come to the Garden 
Alone” (with chorus proclaiming 
“And He walks with me, and He 
talks with me”), wherein another 
small child reportedly raised his 
hand and asked, “Who is Andy?” 

Cute as these stories are, I dare 
say we’ve all been guilty of substi¬ 
tuting something for something 
else when we weren’t quite sure of 
the words. 


Case in point: Auld Lang Syne 
(which no, is not Old AnXie (as in 
anxiety). Translated, it means 
“Days gone by”. The tune traces 
to a number of folk sources, but 
the lyrics are credited to Scottish 
poet laureate Robert Bums (1788). 
Now synonymous with mug 
swinging, champagne toasting 
revelers everywhere, the singing 
of this one calls for pausing in the 
midst of chaotic partying to reflect 
on the year that was. 

Other New Year’s traditions 
are steeped in history as well. For 
instance if you think New Year’s 
Eve resembles Mardi Gras, well, 
you’re right. Originally, the season 
was a pagan celebration of the 
winter solstice, ending a full cycle 
of harvest rituals, and symbolizing 
order out of chaos. 

Ironically, the primitive New 
Year (i.e. winter solstice) celebra¬ 
tion was a week long wine-inbib- 
ing frenzy of a party, culminated 
in one somber day of purification. 
Our version today involves a 
week-long shopping frenzy, cul¬ 
minating with a New Year’s Eve 
party, followed by day of resolu¬ 
tions. 

Amazing, huh? 

As with words, so with tradi¬ 
tions. They all began somewhere. 

Here’s raising a glass to the 
year that was, and wishing you 
nothing but health and happiness 
in the year ahead. 


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9 


Pendleton County Church Directory 


Antioch Mills Christian Church 
12785 US Hwy 27 N., Berry, KY 
859 - 234-1686 
Minister: Evan Meyer 
Family & Children: Lonnie Love 
Worship & Students: Kevin Barnard 

Sunday School.10:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.9 & 10:30 am 

Eve. Service (Adult & Youth)...6 p.m. 
Wed. Meal....6:00 pm • Study 7 pm 
No meal (June, July & August) 
Check Web: antiochmills.org 

Aspen Grove Independent 
Wesleyan Methodist Church 

Hwy. 9, 5018 Licking Pike 

Mark A. Garrett, Pastor 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday Mid-Week.7 p.m. 

Blanket Creek Baptist Church 

5080Broadeord Rd, Falmouth, KY 
Joe Hall • 654-5080 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Eve. Worship Wednesday.7 p.m. 

Butler Baptist Church 

107 Peoples St., Butler, KY 
Rev. Daryl Mullins • 472-5540 

Sunday School.10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Morning Worship... 11 a.m. 
Nursery & Children’s Church Provided 
Sunday Eve. Worship (Adult & Youth)...6 p.m. 
Wednesday Eve. Prayer & Bible 
Study (Adult & Youth)....6:30 p.m. 
1 st & 3 rd Wed. Potluck Dinner..6:00 p.m. 

Butler Christian Church 
Raymond J. Trout, Minister 
H ome Phone: 441-1146 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Butler Full Gospel Church 

Matilda Street, Butler, KY 

Pastor ~ Graydon Pelkey 

S/S-Morning Worship.10 a.m. 

Sunday Evening.6 p.m. 

Tuesday Evening.6 p.m. 

Butler United Methodist Church 
859-472-6223 
Pastor: David Bonnell 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Youth.1 & 3 Sunday 

Wednesday Potluck.6 p.m. 

Bible Study.7 p.m. 

UMW 3rd Friday.7 p.m. 

Carter’s Chapel United Methodist 
1044 Carter's Chapel Rd., 
Demossville, KY 41033 
Rev. C.W. Clos, Jr., Pastor 
606-747-5967 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

(1 st & 3 rd Sunday Only) 

Carthage Nazarene Church 
Washington Trace Rd., Calif., Ky 
Rev. Robert Mills, 635-0754 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Evening Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7 p.m. 

Carthage Kentucky United 
Methodist Church 

Rt. 1, Calif., Ky. • 635-7190 
Rev. Gary Busken 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7 p.m. 


California Christian Church 

Disciples of Christ 
California Cross Road 
( 1/4 MILE WEST OF Ky. 8) 

Tom Rambo, Minister • 635-5530 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Services.10:45 a.m. 

California United Methodist Church 
Pastor: Rev. Roy E. Hiser, Jr. 

Corner Washington & Madison-Downtown 
California, KY. • 491-4692 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Chapel Of Praise A/G 

Hwy. 159 & Lenoxburg Rd. 
Phone 654-6006 

Morning Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Kid’s Church.11:20 p.m. 

Monday Prayer.7:00 p.m. 

Wednesday Bible Study...7:00 p.m. 


Christ’s Church Eastside Park 

106 Mader Road, Butler 
Jesse Henderson, Minister 
472-6591 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Church Of Christ Nicholson 

1970 Walton-Nicholson Rd.,Indep., KY. 

Ministers: Charles Carter, 
Kent Allender & Shawn Bailey 

Morning Worship.8:15 a.m. 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday Bible Study.7 p.m. 

Church Of The Advent Episcopal 
122 N. Walnut St., Cynthiana, Ky. 

41031 (859) 234-2674 
Fr. George M. Tarsis, Vicar 

Worship.9 a.m. & 11 a.m. 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Concord United Methodist Church 

Ky. 159, North of park entrance 

Minister David Bonnell 
472-5776 

Sunday Worship.9:30 a.m. 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Demossville Baptist Church 

DeMossville, Kentucky 
Pastor Bill Evans • 859-356-9510 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Sunday Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday Eve. Service....6:30 p.m. 
Wed. Eve. Prayer meeting....7 p.m. 

Fairlane Baptist Church 

12898 Herringer Rd., Alex. • 694-6333 

Bro. Curt Combs-Pastor 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Wednesday Eve. Worship....7 p.m. 

Youth Meeting.7 p.m. 

Children In Action.6 p.m. 

Falmouth Baptist Church 

4 th & Maple, Falmouth 

Rev. Cohen Copley, Pastor 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Evening Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday Eve. Worship.7 p.m. 



Falmouth Christian Church 

303 West Shelby St.,Falmouth, KY 
859-654-2741 

Minister- Clay A. Sullivan 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. 

Evening Service...6 p.m. 

www.facebook.com/falmouthchristianchurch 


Falmouth Church Of God 

Rt. 1657 Lightfoot Fork, Falmouth 
Pastor: Andrew Jenkins • 654-2488 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7 p.m. 

Falmouth United Methodist Church 
230 W. Shelby Street, Falmouth 
Rev. Brian Wilson • 654-8558 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Sunday Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Call for info on Bible Studies and 
other special events. 

Falmouth Wesleyan Church 

420 Monument St, Falmouth 
Jason Baker • 859-654-4141 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday Evening.6 p.m. 

Wed. Prayer Meeting.6:30 p.m. 

First Baptist Church 

502 Beech Street, Falmouth 

Brother Harry Crozier 

Sunday School.10-11 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer 
Meeting.6-7:30 p.m. 

Flour Creek Christian 

Disciples of Christ 
Junction Hwy 177 & U.S. 27, Butler 

Nursery Provided 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

CYF & Chi Rho Meet.Sunday 

Flagg Spring Baptist Church 

Hwy 10, Box 314C, Cal., KY 41007 
Rev. Gary Wolfe Sr. • 859-448-0400 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Wednesday Service.7 p.m. 

Gardnersville Christian Church 
Gardnersville, KY 
Bro. Dave Huddleston 
N ursery Provided 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Sunday Worship.11 a.m. 

Gardnersville Baptist Church 

3240 Hwy. 491, DeMossville, Ky. 
Rev. Joe Kozar • 472-5121 
Nursery Provided 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Wednesday Service.7 p.m. 



Glenwood Baptist Church 

82 Stewart Lane, Falmouth 

Terry Parnell, Pastor • 620-6033 

Sunday.10 a.m. 

Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday Eve.6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday Eve.7:00 p.m. 

Grants Lick Baptist Church 

Clay Ridge Rd., Alexandria 

Pastor: Dr. Tom Wilkes 

859-635-2444 

Sunday School.9:45 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Aw ana-Wednesday.6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday.7 p.m. 

Grassy Creek Christian Church 

6884 Hwy 17 N., DeMossville, KY 

Minister, Mike D. Flynn 
859-472-2241 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Sunday Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Sunday Evening service & youth 
group.6:30 p.m. 

Gumlick Baptist Church 
Bro. Steve Alford-824-0031 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Worship Service.11 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Harvest Community Church 

SERVICES AT SHARP MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Pastor: Dale A. Bobb • 859-654-HOPE 
Sunday Morning Worship... 11 a.m. 

Children’s Church.11 a.m. 

(4 yrs - 5th grade) 

(6th grade -12th grade) 
e-mail: Harvest Church@fuse.net 

Come as You are! 

Knoxville Christian Church 

Knoxville Rd., Williamstown 

Minister: Kenneth Allender 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Wednesday Night.7 p.m. 

Knoxville Baptist Church 

Fairview Rd., Rt. 2, Williamstown 

Bro. Shane Embry 

Nursery Provided 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:00 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7:00 p.m. 

Lenoxburg Baptist Church 
Pastor Damian Kindle 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Sunday Evening.6 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.6:30 p.m. 

Licking Valley Baptist Church 

Hwy. 9, Alexandria, Ky 

Pastor: Harold Moore • 635-5588 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday Evening.7:30 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7:30 p.m. 

Marcus Crooked Creek 
Baptist Church 

39 jack's branch rd, Berry, KY 

Pastor: Jeromey Northcutt 

Sunday School.10 a.m. | 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Morgan Christian Church 
David Wu* 654-6111 

88 Morgan-Berry Road 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

http://morgancc.blogspot.com 


Mt. Carmel Baptist Church 

389 Mt. Carmel Rd., Williamstown 
Bro. Rick Haggett • 824-0817 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Discipleship Training.5:30 p.m. 

Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Wed. Prayer Meet, Bible Study, 
Child’s Mission Groups.7 p.m. 

Mt. Moriah Christian Church 

Disciples of Christ 
314 Hwy. 17 N., Butler, Ky 
Church phone: 472-5910 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Neave United Methodist Church 

Morning Worship.9:30 a.m. 

Sunday School.10:30 a.m. 

Evening Services.7 p.m. 

Wednesday Services.7 p.m. 

Council Meeting 4 th Sunday Eve 

UMW First Sunday.2:30 p.m. 

UMM Third Friday.7:30 p.m. 

New Hope Baptist Church 

111 E. Shelby Street • Falmouth 
Pastor: Dan Stewart 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday.7p.m. 

www.newhopefalmouth.com 

New Hope Church Of Christ 
Jason Anderson 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:30 a.m. 

Sunday Eve. Worship.7 p.m. 

Wednesday: meal....7pm 
Bible Study.7:30 pm 

New Zion Baptist Church 
Pastor Rick Lockhart 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Oakland Christian Church 

149 Oakland Church Rd., Falmouth 

Bro. John M. Byard-Minister 

654-6174 

Sunday School.9:35 a.m. 

Morning Worship....8:30&10:35 

a.m. Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Youth Hour.....6:30 p.m. 

Pine Grove Untied Methodist Church 
Hwy. 10 Caddo Rd.,Foster, Ky. 41043 
Pastor: Carol Mains 
Pastor Phone: 859-654-2028 

Church.10:15 a.m. 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Bible Study.7 p.m.-l st , 2 nd , & 4 th 

Wednesdays 

UMW-3 rd Wednesday.7:30 p.m. 

Admin. Board 1 st Sunday.11:30 a.m. 

Pleasant Hill Christian Church 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:10 a.m. 

Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 

6640 Hwy. 467, DeMossville, Ky 
Nathan Miller, Pastor 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

A.M. Worship.11 a.m. 

Sunday P.M. Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Youth DT Last Sun. Night ea. mon. 6 p.m. 

Plum Creek Christian Church 

961 Nagel Road (just North of Butler) 

(859) 635-9995 

Worship Services..8 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. 

Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. 

K-12 Youth Group Sun. 5:45-7:45 p.m. 

WWW.PLUMCREEK.ORG 


Richland Baptist Church 

1309 Richland Rd, Falmouth 

Rev. Richard Kendall 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Roanoke Christian Church 

3205 GumlickRd., Falmouth, KY 

Bro. Don Weaver 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 


Second 12 Mile Baptist Church 

Peach Grove • Church: 472-2167 
Jamie Thornberry • 606-364-5540 
Chairman of Deacons: 
Delbert Cox 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:00 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7:00 p.m. 

Short Creek Baptist Church 
Bro. Brad Whiteford 

5788 Hwy 22 W., Falmouth, KY 
859-654-1324 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Sunday Morning Worship... 11 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Wed. Eve. Bible Study & Prayer..7 p.m. 

Southside Church Of Christ 

Hwy. 27 South, Falmouth 

Interim Bill Craig 

654-8827 

Sunday School.9:00 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:00 a.m. 

Wednesday Jam Playground & Teen Class - 7 p.m. 

St. Francis Xavier 
Roman Catholic Church 

202 W. Second St., Falmouth 

Rev. Gregory Bach, Pastor 
S unday Liturgies 

Saturday.5 p.m. 

Sunday Morning....8:30 & 10:30 am 
Mass & Adoration 6:30 pm-Monday 
Mass on Tuesday, Wednesday & 
Thursday-6:30 pm 
Mass on Friday- 8:00 am 

St. John Catholic Church 

Center Ridge Rd., DeMossville 
Sunday Mass.8:30 a.m. 

Trinity Southern Baptist Church 
Shelby & Broad St. • 654-2681 
Pastor-Conrad Hefner 

Sunday School.9:30 a.m. 

Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday Prayer Service..6:30 p.m. 

Turner Ridge Baptist Church 

60 McGraw Road, Falmouth,Ky 
Interim Dale Beighle 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Discipleship Training.6:30 p.m. 

Evening Worship.7:15 p.m. 

Wednesday Prayer Meeting...7 p.m. 

Unity Baptist Church 

Rt. 1, DeMossville, Ky. 41033 

Bro. Bobby Barnes 

Sunday School.10 a.m. 

Morning Worship.11 a.m. 

Evening Worship.6 p.m. 

Wednesday Evening.7 p.m. 


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Snow Plan for Pendleton County Schools, 2010-2011 

A ‘Snow Plan’ has been designed to allow Pendleton County school buses to operate on pre-deter- 
mined roads when many of our bus turn-arounds are snow- or ice-covered. In the past, these turn¬ 
around conditions caused our schools to be closed. 

When the Snow Plan is announced, the buses will operate mainly on primary roads and some pre¬ 
determined secondary roads. When certain roads are excluded from a normal bus route, “Stop” times 
will be adjusted in many cases. 

Below is a list of roads which will be traveled and a list of roads which will not be traveled when 
the Snow Plan is in effect. 


Road You Live On 

Bus 

Pick-up Area 

Time 

Adams Rd 

#306 

Hogg Ridge 

6:50 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Ambros Wright Rd 

#310 

Broadford Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Ammerman Rd 

#12 

Gumlick Rd 

7:06 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. 

Antrobus Rd 

#11 

Hwy 330 

6:55 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 

Ashcraft Rd 

#45 

Hwy 609 

6:45 a.m. - 3:59 p.m. 

Ballinger Rd 

#13 

Hwy 22 W 

7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Bay less Rd (from Ivor Rd-end) 

#206 

Ivor Rd 

6:59 a.m. - 3:56 p.m. 

Bishop Ridge Rd 

#710 

Old LLL Hwy 

7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Blackburn Rd. 

#97 

Hwy 27 

7:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Blanket Creek Rd 

#610 

Hwy 27 

7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Bonar Rd 

#508 

Concord Caddo Rd 

6:40 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. 

Bramble Dr 

#210 

Bittersweet Way 

7:20 a.m. - 3:35 p.m. 

Bridges Dr 

#36 

Hwy 17 

7:03 a.m. - 3:41 p.m. 

Brownfield Rd 

#98 

Center Ridge Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 

Bryant Griffin Rd 

#96 

Hwy. 17 

6:45 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. 

Buckeye Hills Rd 

#35 

Lenoxburg Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Cahill Rd 

#607 

Hwy 467 

7:05 a.m. - 3:35 p.m. 

Catherine Lane 

#710 

Hwy 27 

6:55 a.m. - 4:05 p.m. 

Cordray Rd 

#308 

Hwy 22 E 

7:18 a.m. - 3:46 p.m. 

Cory Lane 

#709 

Hwy 177 

7:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Crawley Rd 

#507 

Kidwell Rd 

7:02 a.m. - 3:55 p.m. 

Dahms Rd 

#510 

Hwy 22 W 

6:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Davis Rd 

#45 

Hwy 159 

6:40 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Fardo Rd 

#210 

Hwy 154 

7:15 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Fisher Rd 

#707 

Hwy 10 

6:40 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. 

Galloway Rd 

#308 

Milford Rd 

6:40 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 

Garvey Rd 

#210 

Hwy 154 

7:10 a.m. - 3:47 p.m. 

Gillespie Rd 

#13 

Hwy 22 W 

7:20 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Grassy Creek Rd 

#809 

Carters Chapel Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Green Rd 

#106 

Hwy 105 4 

7:00 a.m. - 3:55 p.m. 

Greenwood Portland Rd 

#609 

Hwy. 467 

6:56 a.m. - 3:49 p.m. 

Greenwood Portland Rd 

#609 

Hwy. 17 

7:20 a.m. - 3:25 p.m. 

Grimes Rd 

#508 

Hwy 159 

7:08 a.m. - 3:42 p.m. 

Hafer Rd 

#609 

Hwy 467 

7:05 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Harlow Ln 

#607 

Hwy 467 

6:57 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Hayes Station Rd (from Southfork-end) 

#510 

Southfork 

7:25 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

Hickory Grove Rd 

#707 

Hwy 10 

7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Hogg Ridge Rd 

#607 

Hwy 467 

6:53 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Holmes Rd 

#508 

Hwy 159 

7:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m. 

John Denny Rd 

#12 

Gumlick Rd 

7:01 a.m. - 3:55 p.m. 

John Denny Rd 

#11 

Hwy 330 

6:54 a.m. - 3:55 p.m. 

Jonestown Rd 

#610 

Morgan Hightower Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 4:05 p.m. 

Kells Rd 

#306 

Hogg Ridge 

6:58 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 

Kelly Rd 

#609 

Hwy 467 

7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Kincaid Park 

#508 

Hwy 159 

7:05 a.m. - 3:44 p.m. 

Lakeview Dr 

#508 

Concord Caddo Rd 

7:10 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Liberty Ridge Rd 

#310 

Broadford Rd 

6:55 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Liberty Ridge Rd 

#310 

Hwy 27 

7:15 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Links View 

#97 

Country Club Dr 

7:20 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Little Plummer Rd 

#206 

Hwy 10 

7:05 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 

Mader Rd (from Eastside Park-end) 

#36 

Eastside Park Rd 

7:20 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Maple Ridge Rd 

#310 

Broadford Rd 

7:08 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. 

Mark Haley Rd 

#710 

McKennysburg Rd 

6:40 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. 

Mathis Rd 

#36 

Hwy 17 

7:03 a.m. - 3:39 p.m. 

Mays Rd 

#206 

Hwy 10 

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The Falmouth Outlook, January 4, 2011, Page 7 

Sports 

Wildcats endure tough luck during holiday tournaments 


By Jackie Vaughn, Reporter 

The Pendleton County Wild¬ 
cats varsity basketball team, com¬ 
ing off a victory against Nicholas 
County, recently returned to action 
for a pair of tournaments held dur¬ 
ing the last two weeks of Decem¬ 
ber. First, they traveled to London 
to participate in the Hoopin’ It Up 
Tourney, December 18-21, and 
then it was off to the Ohio County 
Tourney, December 27-29. In 
total, the Wildcats played in eight 
games, losing seven while win¬ 
ning only one. Their overall team 
record now stands at three wins 
and 10 losses. 

In their first round match-up at 
the Hoopin’ It Up Tourney, the 
Wildcats faced off against North 
Laurel on Saturday, December 18. 
In a well-played contest, they 
were defeated by a score of 71-77 
in double overtime. Not only did 
the Wildcats seem to be compet¬ 
ing against North Laurel but also 
against the referees. North Laurel 
shot 44 free throws compared to 
the Wildcats’ five. That, obvious¬ 
ly, could have easily been the dif¬ 
ference in the outcome. 

“We played well and battled 
them throughout the game,” said 
Wildcats Head Coach Chad 
Simms. “We could have won and 
had some last-second chances to 
do just that but didn’t get it done. 
It was a good game but some of 
our inexperience showed with 
turnovers. Also, you hate to see 
the refs put the other team on the 
free throw line as much as they 
did. I mean 44 attempts to five?” 

The leading scorers for the 
Wildcats were Mason Monroe 
with 19 points, Bryan Wood, with 
16 points, and Michael Walsh with 
14 points. 

Next came the challenge of 
South Laurel on Sunday, Decem¬ 
ber 19. The Wildcats picked up 
their first win against them earlier 
this season but this time the out¬ 
come would prove different as 
South Laurel won 44-58. 

“This was probably our worst 
game of the season so far,” said 
Simms. “South Laurel was ready 
and just outplayed us. They made 
some adjustments from our first 
meeting and the guys just didn’t 
seem up to the challenge. We had 
trouble scoring at times and inex¬ 
perience was a major factor.” 

Coach Simms did note that 
while resting his starters the 
younger players stepped in and 
played well, cutting into South 
Laurel’s lead at one point. 


The Wildcats were led in scor¬ 
ing by Bryan Wood with 17 
points. 

The boys from Pendleton 
County met some stiff competi¬ 
tion on Monday, December 20, 
when they squared off against the 
Holmes Bulldogs. In the cat-and- 
dog battle, Holmes built up a 20- 
point lead by half-time—a margin 
they managed to hold onto 
throughout the game. The final 
score was 34-54 in favor of 
Holmes. 

“We played better towards the 
end of the game and actually 
outscored them in the final few 
minutes,” said Simms. “We just 
couldn’t get any shots, turnovers 
were once again a problem, we 
had trouble passing and we have 
to learn to play better when being 
pressed. These are things we’re 
working on and will improve.” 

Mason Monroe led the team 
with 12 points. 

The Wildcats met Lee County 
in the final game of the Hoopin’ It 
Up Tourney on Tuesday, Decem¬ 
ber 21. The two teams kept pace 
with each other during the game 
but the Wildcats were denied a 
victory when Lee County hit a 
last-second shot to win the game 
by the score of 55 to 54. 

“You hate to lose a game on a 
last-second shot but that’s what 
happened,” said Simms. “We had 
a chance to win but failed to hit 
four free throws close to the end of 
the game. That would have been 
the difference. We also had trouble 
rebounding the ball and that also 
cost us. Right now, it’s just a lack 
of experience. We’ll get there.” 

The Wildcats were led in scor¬ 
ing by Mason Monroe with 16 
points. 

“It was an up-and-down tour¬ 
nament for us,” said Simms. “We 
made several mistakes during the 
four games but the experience will 
come in time. So far this season, 
we’ve lost five games by less than 
10 points and had we have hit our 
free throws we could have won 
some of them. The boys are play¬ 
ing hard and learning from their 
mistakes. This team will start win¬ 
ning some games before the sea¬ 
son is up.” 

Next on the schedule for the 
Wildcats was the Ohio County 
Tournament. They played Breck¬ 
inridge County on Monday, 
December 27. The Wildcats 
played extremely well and kept 
their opponents close. The game 
went into overtime where the 


Wildcats were finally defeated by 
a score of 54-55. 

“The boys played good again 
but free throws continue to haunt 
us,” said Simms. “We have got to 
start hitting them if we want to 
come out on top. I was proud of 
their performance but disappoint¬ 
ed by the outcome.” 

Michael Walsh, with 18 points, 
and Alex Valentine, with 10 
points, led the Wildcats in scoring. 

Grayson County was the next 
team to challenge the Wildcats on 
Tuesday, December 28. Unfortu¬ 
nately, they also sent the boys 
home with another loss. With 
three seconds remaining, they 
downed the Wildcats by two 
points, 49-51. Free throws once 
again played a part in the defeat 
down the stretch. 

Mason Monroe, with 16 
points, and Jared Rering, with 11 
points, led the Wildcats in scoring. 

In their second game of the 
day, the Wildcats took on the 
Louisville Iroquois. Louisville 
took control and handed the Wild¬ 
cats their seventh loss in a row. 
The final score was 42-66. At one 
point Louisville scored five points 
in five seconds and then repeated 
the feat. 

Leading the Wildcats in scor¬ 
ing was Mason Monroe with 13 
points. 

In the final game of the tourna¬ 
ment, the Wildcats faced the Aus¬ 
tralian Travelers on Wednesday, 
December 29. Enough was 
enough for the Wildcats as they 
came out on top by the score of 
69-55 to snap the losing streak. 
Three Wildcat players, Mason 
Monroe with 15 points, Michael 
Walsh with 16 points, and Aaron 
Bonar with 16 points, all scored in 
double digits to lead the Wildcats 
to victory. 

“They played much better 
today,” said Simms. “They played 
really well. The defense was solid, 
they didn’t turn the ball over as 
much and they hit their free 
throws. It was nice to end the tour¬ 
naments with a win. “We’ll get 
back in the gym, work on our 
weak points and be ready for our 
next game. As the experience 
comes, the better we’re going to 
get.” 

This week, the Wildcats travel 
to Bracken County to take on the 
Polar Bears on Tuesday, January 
4, and then it’s back home Friday 
to face the Montgomery Indians. 

Be sure to come out and cheer 
the Wildcats on! 



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