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Lu THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK C e'  -_- Owingsviile, Ky.--Week of February 13. February 20, 2003 3 By Diane Verho'pen want to tell you about one ltest guys around. When I was 23, going a divorce, living with my sleeping on a couch in room. was almost nil, I knew I was doing the getting out of a bad was completely hen- Jerry about the divorce and was having. I told him getting into a ime. :about that! feel so being myself. As Jerry time together, a solid grew and blossomed 3I busy attend- and working full time, found time to be with hours help- the person I wanted to remembers our spe- and often surprises me things, showing me he had i beau- tiful moments and its not-so-great times, but Jerry has taught me that when two people really love each other, they never let go. He has taught me that although love takes work, the benefits are well worth it. He has shown me that it's OK to live, love and trust again. This coming July, we will be mar- ried. It is with pride and joy that l look forward to being his wife. w A FAIRYTALE PRINCESS IN FORT WORTH DEAR PRINCESS: What a beautiful story. Thank you so much for sharing it with my readers• When I asked all of you to send m great stories about that special man in your life, I had no idea the response would be so huge. It is encouraging to see that although I receive many letters from women complaining about the men in their lives, there seem to be an equal num- ber of you out there who have found someone special. Send letters to Diane c/o King Fea- tures Weekly Service, P O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Or e-mail her at dianeadvice @ aol. com. s meeting 7, Sharps'urg Country met at Minna's Place Too, in Mt. Sterling. ten members and one Members enjoyed snowmen, complete with scarf, on wooden door A delicious lunch was by hostesses Anna Curtis Ramey. The next will be Thursday, March 7, Christian Church. Ltional meeting. are to bring dishes repre- the countries of their immi- Fork news and Mrs. George Crouch, Cleveland Stone, and Border, were visitors of Mrs. IRa Corbin. School attendance was Jane Goldy gave her Mark Hall, a supper night• Guests were: Mr. Asa Hall and Amy; Leona ; and Jane's friend, Bill. Meriel Campbell and spent the week- Lt. Rickey Staviski enjoyed with her grandfa- and Mrs. Randy Buckler his past weekend, in at a Farm Bureau meet- Williams had an accident last Week, with a tree on him, but no serious E. Hail has gone again on , on the boat. Bethel news By: Gayle Crouch Dorothy Means and Deloris Whitton entertained Edith Reid for lunch on her 88th birthday. Those celebrating February birthdays are: Rose Wampler, Gayle Crouch, Paul Marshall, Jr., Becky Razor, and Ewell Arrasmith. Carolyn Hunt is enjoying the beach in Florida. Shannon Rousses was honored with a shower, Saturday. The host- ess was Kristi Crouch. Cory Razor played his final ball game of the season, last week. Janus and Ray Potts attended the funeral last week of her uncle, Kenny Botts. Nannie Crouch has returned home from the hospital. Wanda Crouch continues to improve at Cardinal Hill Hospital• Carolin Crouch continues to col- lect donations for the street light fund. The Country Boys are practicing diligently for their Valentine dance Salos f'/¢tIItlmiClt/l CTv 159 1"877"290.8745 ,,, at the new Carlisle Armory. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradley are the parents of a baby boy named Hunter Thomas. Grandparents are Cheryl and Tom Bradley; great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley; and the great-great- grandmother is Mrs. Earl Gray. Bath Co. Animal Rescue meeting to be held ATTENTION !! The Bath Counf), Animal Rescue meeting will be held Tuesday, February 18, at 6 p.m., at the Bath County Memorial Library, on the second floor, in the large meeting room. The public is invited. There is elevator accessibility for the physi- cally challenged. Slate Valley and W00oming news • and Mrs. Edd Rice visited with friends of Mr. Jace Adams at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, Wednesday night. They attended the funeral Thursday. Tessa Hart and Megan Goldy attended a birthday party for Kelly M. Williams, Friday night. They had lots of food and played games. They spent the night with Kelly. Mrs. Katie Whitton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Grace Vanlandingham, Thursday. Grace hasn't been feeling well. Mrs. Pare Hunt spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Vanlandingham, last week. Mrs. Kate Jackson visited with her mother, Mrs. Emma Manley, at the Hilltop Nursing Home, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Janice Shrout visit- ed with her mother, Mrs. Neva Barber. Neva has a cold and hasn't been feeling well. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Heath and Bro. George and Elsie Martin, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Whitton, Sunday. Mrs• Linda Barber had a birth- day dinner for her mother, Mrs. Ruby Otis, at the Hilltop Nursing Home, Sunday. Her family and friends helped her celebrate. on Friday, February 14 th From 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Wildcat Club Located in Dales Old Skating Rink Building 500 Spring St. • Mt. Sterling • Bypass Admission: $5.00 Single $8.00 Couple Call for info 499-0911 White Oak news Mrs. Eva Zaech, of Switchland, spent a few days recently with Mr. and Mrs. George Barnette, Ellen and Nadine. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson were Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Anderson and Jason. Mrs. Mamie Denton was a recent supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Barnette, Aria, Ellen, and Nadine. Mrs. Virgalene Lewis was a recent visitor of Carroll and A.B. Jones. Mrs. Chuck McAlpin was a Wednesday visitor of Mrs. Mamie Denton. Events in/around Bethel By: Virginia Ratliff and Pauline Shields Dorothy Means and Delores Whitton entertained Edith Reid at the Cracker Barrel, for her birthday, February 1st. Shalana Callahan had surgery in Lexington last week. Wendell and Ann Harris visited John and Lorraine Dicken. Larry Wayne Fair was laid to rest at the Longview Cemetery. He spent his childhood years in the Bethel-Sharpsburg area. He was the son of the late Donald and Betty Lou Bradley Fair. Dorothy Robertson has returned home from the St. Joseph Hospital. Paula Pfister had a family gath- ering for her daughter, Audrey Dale's birthday. Attending were: Nicholas Pfister; Keith Lynn and Allison Ratliff, of Clark County; and grandparents Billy and Virginia Ratliff. Oakley news . Nicholas Shively celebrated his second birthday, Saturday, February 8th. Those helping him celebrate were: Amber, Chris and Brandon Shively; Tina and Kenny Martin; Carol Martin; Ina Martin; Bill and Linda Craig; James and Mary Shively; and Bill, Taylor and Lauren Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fultz and Paula, visited Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pollittt, Tuesday night. James and Matthew Reed had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fultz and Paula, Thursday night. Roy and Lena Fultz and James Kiwanis speakers--Monday night, February 10, the Ow- ingsville/Bath County Kiwanis Club had one of their two monthly meetings, at the Kountry Kettle Restaurant, in Owingsville. The weather kept the crowd light, but the two speakers were very interesting, as they addressed the crowd about their jobs as members of the Bath County Rescue Squad. They were Rescue Squad Chief Mike Crockett and volunteer Kasey Coyle. Kiwanis donated $300 to the squad to buy newjumpsuits. Kiwanis members in attendance were: Zana Lou Tout; Barbara Razor; Mary Linda Copher; Esther Stacy; Arnold Stacy; Lowell Rice; Harry Patrick; and Ray Ellis. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) Reed and Floyd Sorrell, visited I DeaDHHlOUllqr .  with Martha Sorrell, at Morehead hospital, Sunday afternoon. 12:45 3:00 5:00 7:15 9:00 9:50 4:159:40 1:154:00 1:307:40 Till SHOp ,e 00Oeeke00d O.tlet 111 & Junction 211 (Grange City) "2548/876-2521 or All Your & Happy tine 's Day Leslie Brianna Love, l00Iom & Mamaw TEIITH FRamE £111Emfl 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. 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