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, Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown NewspcTer February 11, 2009 3 GENERAL NEWS -Salt Lick Restaurant and Grocery cele- i brates anniversary with a new dollar menu Starting February 15th, _-. in honor of Salt Lick Res- taurant and Grocery's two- year anniversary, patrons of the restaurant will be " able to enjoy a new perma- nent dollar menu. Monty Markwell, owner of the two-year-old res- taurant says that he re- , ally enjoys his work, and ', patrons say it shows. The ' building that this restau- , rant resides in, according to Monty, served the com- munity as a feed store and mill in the distant past. ' After various transitions, # very well planned and spa- cious coca-cola themed din- ing area, for customers of the store's restaurant (look for a new non-smoking sec- tion soon). In addition to a restaurant full of menu items, including burgers, fish, chicken, and a host of side items, there is also delicious soft-serve ice cream, shakes and banana splits. In summer months, there is hand-dipped ice cream in many different flavors, including, among others, butter pecan and mint chocolate-chip. There is also (all homemade), cakes, birthday cakes, pies and fudge. To order a cake or pie, please call the store at least one day in advance. Last but not least, there is a full line dell, filled with different meats and chees- es, and a different daily special every day. If there is any doubt that Salt Lick Restaurant and Grocery serves great food, now these doubts can be laid to rest. Working 16 years in the food industry, , Tom Woods owned the store for over 15 years as : Tom Woods' Grocery. Af- " ter Tom Woods sold the :_ grocery store, it changed , hands several times, often suffering from the abuse t that comes from non-use. The store was starting to : show decay before Monty bought it. When he did, it was quickly refurbished, even to the point of having a new drive thru section built on. Now the interior is very knows his way around a anniversary celebration. kitchen. So well in fact, Come out on the 15th of that in 2002 (after gradu- February and try the new ating from Rowan County dollar menu. If you do, you High School), Monty grad- will leave the store with a uated from Morehead State full stomach, and plenty of University with 3 degrees, money left in your wallet. one, a Bachelor's Degree in The Salt Lick Restau- Home Economics, and one rant and Grocery is open degree in Hotel Restau- every day from 7:30 a.m., rant Management. through 9 p.m., with ex- His 3rd degree was in tended summer hours. Early Childhood Develop- Visa, MasterCard, debit, ment (Birth to Primary), credit, E.B.T. and W.I.C. which he used in his work are always accepted. To as a substitute teacher at contact Salt Lick Restau- the Salt Lick, Bethel, and rant and Grocery, call (606) Owingsville elementary 683-4244. Schools. In addition to being a substitute teacher at those 3 schools; in the summer. Monty taught culinary arts to students of the Upward Bound program at M.S.U. Monty and his 4 other .. . full-time employees, in- eluding his mother and sis-  ji;i ter, who also worked at the Midland Frosty Freeze for several years, along with brother, and friend, are looking forward to your business during their 2nd Monty Morkwell I "  fami(y of Margaret Eune Adams ii" would like to epress our appreciation to all of the ii frwnds and neighbors who were so kind dun'ng our sudden loss. ii: Special thanks to Reverend Lowell P'ce and the Owingsville ii  First Church of God, P4chardon FuneralHome, specialcaregiver iii: - Ruth Ann, Bath CountyAmbuInce Service, Bath County Schoo iii employees, andmanymembersofthecrgy. So manypeope sharedmemors ofgooddeed andkindwords  which had impacted their hves in a positive way that it made ourloss a 6tt easr to bear. Thanks to allwho sharedthe loss un'th us, who providedsupport with./%wers, food, cards, andmemonal o g0Cts. Thanks to Tom and Judy Byron who shared kind words ! through their radio program. well stocked with vari- including 11 years at the GodBless Allof You for your kindness. , ........ _o,,o j ous grocery items at good  Iidland . Frosty-Free, .: : ,.  ,,: :: ......... . o, " . prices. The store also has a Monty Markwell really qfre Tam@ yMargdret Eune, Adams " ': he ana o Oittiam  uutd 6he ta a,k a p.ee tha  ta art the peap& mha fiau oa many fdnd e/xceoion i #t' hvul t e,x e much eoeulta  dane o ou an meant p,q. um,e  muct appiated. (l peial t&ml yu ta at e. tanne and #'at e.} e #u nteq cw, we uu ax/ate them. 5ttanto ta the 5aut unea ghme   cempa/en gn ttt/ ttutte and tte weagd  U wondeCd ta hnou t&U  a t/me  he and cae t/t/wa on the m/nd and ttea : With Skw.e 9"hang ThankYou We thank all those who visited with us at the funeral home, those who sent flowers, girls and cards, andforyourprayers. We appreciate all who brought food and thanks to those who helpedserve the foodat the house. We thankeveryone at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home for all they did and Rev. Gregg Whittfor the service andcomforting wordk Thanks to allthose who caredfor Dorothy at the Ridgeway Manor Nursing Home for over 6 years. BudandDottie Hunt andfamily, Bob andConnie Hunt andfamily, John and Marnie Hunt and family, Ella andJ.D. Clarkandfamily. ter Carol to the Hobe Sound Christian Academy to enter the first grade. Harold Dean was born the following year. The celebration was so lovely and beautifully deco- rated and many friends from the church and community came to celebrate the spe- cial occasion with the Mar- tin family. Wanda was born in Flem- Horold & Wondo Mortin ingsburg to Harry and Iola Golden Wedding Doyle Helphenstine, De- cember 1940 and Harold Anniversary January 9, 1959 at 7:00 p.m., Wanda Dean Hel- phenstine and William Har- old Martin exchanged vows at the home of Vernice and Miss Bess Ross. Wanda was Vernice's name sake. The wedding was performed by Rev. Opal Helphenstine, sister of the bride. Estill and Helen Newdigate were the only attendants, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. A Golden Anniversary cel- ebration was given January 9, 2009 in their honor by their children Carla martin Case and Harold Dean Mar- tin on the grounds of Hobe Sound Bible College and Hope International Mis- sions. Harold and Wanda Martin have lived in Hobe Sound. FL for 34 years when they took their daugh- was born to Keller and Lillie Martin in Bourbon County, March 1932. He grew up in Bath County. Harold and Wanda make their permanent residence in Hobe Sound, Florida but have a home on Woodlawn to come back to occasionally for love of home visits., Once a Kentuckian always a Ken- tuckian!! Their daughter, Carla Case is a music teacher for the Hobe Sound Christian Academy. She is married to Phil Case form New York and they have four lovely children with the oldest married and they have a son 2 months old. Their son, Harold Dean, is a Pilot and Missionary for Missionary Flights International. He is married to Kayla Laird from Louisianan and they have 4 wonderful sons. Gone but t Family Sylverine (Tapp)waskom & Family The world zhanges. Our commitment to you doesn't. Home improvement loans available NOW. You'll love our loan service Full-time loan officers at all our convenient locations Main Location Owingsville: Loan Office Hrs. 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