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P (  Owingsille, KyoWeek of February 20- February 27 2003 3 @-)eat 00/.tte By Diane VerhoiJen E: I work in the bakery of a large t chain. There are only in my department (myself Three months ago, a sin- woman at the bakery -- her ude" -- confided in me was pregnant. Since Maude is single, I thought it good idea for myself and other women to throw her a shower. 1 collected several dollars from the women at bakery, which I used to buy sev- gifts and to reserve a nice for us to have the cele- The baby shower was a hit, in my opinion, though Maude very uncomfortable about the attention. Last week, I heard from one of the women that Maude had an BEFORE the baby How could she do this to me? After I went through organizing the ng the money and buying Fork news Leona W. Goldy .Brittany Boyd visited Felecia Buckler, last week. Richard Day, of Florida, spent the with his family here. Leona Goldy heard from Becky is in L.A., saying she was and doing fine. Mrs. Ricky Staviski was on vaca- week with her lady friends. Dillon Marigold visited Mr. and Aitkin Buckler, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradley are the parents of a baby boy, Hunter and Mrs. Gene Howard, of are at their home above Goldy's place in the hollar. Debbie Chuhralya spent with her mother, Mrs. Hollis, County. Owingsville Betty R. Copher and Phillip spent last Tuesday with Mr. James Vice and family of Ada Thornsburg and Dana called on Sudie Curtis Phillips spent the week her sister, Betty Copher. end Kincaid and Jeannie were in Winchester one day week on business. Fred Wells of Lexington visited his Thornsburg, Saturday. [arjorie Kincaid and Jeannie had a birthday party for L. Conway, celebrating his birthday, February 16. Those were: Tyler Riddell; Charlotte Allen and Cathy Conway; and Pam Kincaid. Hildreth exton spent Sunday with Paul and Linda Sexton, and Michelle. yn Hunt has returned from a vacation in Florida. SHOP 00Oeeke00d O.ttet Rt. 111 & Junction 211 (Grange City) 876-2548/876-2521 All Your Bedding & the gifts? And to make matters worse, Maude hasn't even attempt- ed to return the gifts or the money. When I confronted her about the abortion, she claimed she had a mis- carriage. What should I do about this situa- tion. I can barely bring myself to talk to Maude ever since. APPALLED IN APPLETON DEAR APPALLED: You're doing Maude a real favor not talking to her. The last time spoke with you you blabbed her business to one within earshot. This situation " Maude's fault. It's yours for such a gossip-monger. And you are. When Maude told she'd had a miscarriage, you chosl believe the gossip rather than herself. She owes you nothing. however, owe her an apology. Send letters to Diane c/o King tures Weekly Service, P.O. 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-647: e-mail her at dianeadvic, Lorena Saunders entertained family for cake and ice cream. ing Becky Razor's birthday. The maternal grandmother Hunter Bradley is Jeannie Waiters. What two cars are racing Bethel Cemetery? Gayle and Carolin Crouch, Dori! York, Danita Richardson and celebrated Valentine's at Kountry Kettle. Gayle Crouch attended a meeting in Frankfort, Sunday. Ethel Hawkins is much better after suffering from a virus. Birth Announcement McKayla Renee' Joyee Bussell Lucas Bussell and Heidi Park, of Owingsville, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, McKayla renee' Joyce Bussell. She was born November 15, 2002, at 9:58 p.m., at St. Claire. She weighed 7 lbs., 4 ozs. and was 19-1/2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Juanita and Bill Booth, of Owingsville. Maternal grandparents are Charlene and Paul, Canafax, of Morehead. March is Youth Art Month March is Youth Art Month and the Bath County Memorial Library will be celebrating this, by inviting county children and youth to bring their art- work to the library to be displayed during the month of March. The library will be accepting artwork the last two weeks of February. Call 674- 2531 for more information. Moore re-elected to fifth term as president of KFB Sam Moore, wh6 produces grain and cattle on a gutler County farm, ifth term B "in id lie as |u- of of Flemin of Winchester; David McGlone, of Grayson; Charlie Benge, of London; Bige Hensley, of Manchester; Jane Elam, of Lexington; Terry Patter- son, of Elizabethtown; Dr. M. Scott Gabbard's Tax Service ! .... Fast Personal Service (L to R) Alicia, Brenda, Erica & Andrea Brenda S. Gabbard, Owner/Tax Preparer Erica Francis, Tax Preparer Alicia Gabbard, Tax Preparer Andrea Gabbard, Receptionist Specializing In Individual and Small Business Tax Returns Bookkeeping & Payroll - Refund Anticipation Loans Call (859) 499-0032 223 Windsor Drive Mt. Sterling, KY (Farm Bureau Building) TWO CAN DINE for $8.99 Choose Any Two Of The Following: Country Fried Steak Italian Spaghetti 2 pc Fried Chicken Chopped Steak Chicken Livers Mexican Salad Clams Country Biscuit Breakfast Mt. Sterling 498-1940 It Almost there  This is the view from the lot behind Bath County's Lion's Club club- house. Due to heavy rains over the weekend, this body of water, and many others around Bath County and surrounding counties, has risen to a dangerous level. This, combined with the ice storm over the weekend, made travellng very hazardous for a lot of drivers. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) Smith, of Lexington; Dan Grigson, of Stanford; Rodney Kelly, of Frank- fort; and Bill Sprague, of Sturgis. Hall of Fame accepting nominations at MSU The MSU Alumni Association, Inc., is accepting nominations for its most prestigious honor, the Hall of Fame Award. "We are seeking to honor our most outstanding alumni," said Tami Jones, director of Alumni Relations "Candidates must have achieved excellence in their profession, or for community service, at the local, state or national level." Submissions will be accepted until Tuesday, April 1. To meet the criteria, the individual: Must have graduated from MSU at least ten years prior to the time of nomination; Must be a responsible, respected citizen of good character in their com- munities and professions; Must have remained in contact and shown support for MSU; and Must be in attendance to accept the award. Nominations should include the name, address and graduation year of the nominee; reasons why this indi- vidual should be considered; honors and awards; and nanae and telephone numr of the person making the nomination. Materials may be sent to the Alumni Association, MSU, Alumni Center, 150 University Boulevard, Morehead, KY 40351-1689. Individuals will be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame, Friday, October 17, during the 2003 Homecoming Weekend. Additional information is available, by calling the Alumni Association, at 1-606-783- 2080 or 1-800-783-ALUM (2586). Send in your news to The News-out'oh each week for publication in the community newspaper. THE LIFE OF DAVID GALE Celebrating Black History Month "Uncle Nick" Johnson Uncle Nick, as he was fondly remembered by his friend Mary Margaret Hersh, was the custodian at the Owingsville Independent School during the 1920s and '30s. Mary Margaret, who graduated in 1933from Owingsville High School, told us that "Uncle Nick" was a great friend to all the children and tried to keep them out of trouble and out of the way of Professor Martin. This photograph is from a 1933 Owingsville Yearbook, courtesy of Elan Williams Bartley, who also remembered Nick Johnson as a friend to all the students. Photo Courtesy of the Elan Bartley Taking care of Bath County's Financial Needs Since 1893 0wingsville Banking Company MEMBER FDIC Incorporated Owingsville, KY 40360 674-6317 Equal Housing Lender