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7 caturc00 THE BATtl COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 I 3 By Diane VanArsdale .. q DIA NE a 37-year-old woman. I've married, though I've had a relationships in my life. I met "Robert." He is I've ever wanted in a is kind, loving, honest, stable and very good. week, Robert proposed to me I should be happy, Wrong. I have a terrible kept not only from but even from my family friends. When I was 17-years- nant. I was young, and scared. Instead of ing my responsibility as and mother, I had an abor- Robert about the He is a very moral person, am so terrified that when learns of this horrible thing call off the wedding and don't tell Robert the truth my past, I will be consumed with guilt and will never truly be happy in my marriage because it will be based on a lie. What do I do? -- KEEPING A SECRET IN SARASOTA DEAR SARASOTA: If you and Robert belong to a church, I strongly suggest the two of you meet with your clergyperson. One of the tenets of all the major religions is for- giveness. If Robert is the kind, upstanding, moral man you say he is, he will understand that you were very young -- this happened 20 years ago, not 20 months ago. And despite what he may feel about abortion, he is old enough and mature enough to realize that you are a wiser, more mature woman, not the young, scared girl who did not have the life experience or intelligence to make such a complex moral decision. If you cannot bring yourself to tell Robert (with or without the aid of a counselor or pastor), then call off the wedding until you can. Valley Wyoming and Mrs. Ford Hart, Bro. and Elsie Martin called on Barber at the Ridgeway 'Nursing Home Sunday after- Davis and Johnny Cony- and Mrs. Ford Hart Wednesday afternoon. Rice and Charles A. Hart a fish fry at the tobacco in Morehead Thursday and Mrs. Scott Vanlanding- uest of Mrs. Betty Sunday night. ;. Grace Vanlandingham called s. Katie Whitton Sunday Af- t. Bobble Vanlandingham was Ridgeway Nursing Home, to see her aunt, Mrs. Jew- and friend Lucille Rawl- Highley spent Sunday at- grandmother, Mrs. ;hley. mhester spent ' with his mother, Mrs. Anna and'Mrs. Omar Heath was in Mnday to see the Doc- Is doing good since her Hart and Emily called on and Mrs. Ford Hart Sunday morning. :ent guests ts last week of Ina Corbin Brian Reed, Slone of Texas, Edna Lyons, Mr, and Mrs. Sonny and Mike, Elaine Barber and Mrs. George Crouch. around ;sville ten Lewis Conway celebrates at a birthday party 17th at his home Those attending nway, Missy Con- ay, Joy and Daryl, and Clarence Kincaid and Kincaid, Bobby and : Riddell and Tyler Lee, Mel- Chanted and Breton, Doug Link, Alan ty and Coty. Wells of Lexington visited Thornsburg on Sun- Toy of Mt. Sterling spent the weekend with his great grand- mother Helen Philips. Clay and Brenda Holder of Mill- creek called on B,enda's mom, Eulene Adams on Sunday. Margaret Ulery of Lexington is spending a few days with her sister, Alma Wells and Ruth Griggs is also visiting her sister Alma. Karen May visited with Ada Thornsburg on Saturday. "Events" in and around Bethel by Virginia Ratliff and Pauline Shields Mary Rawlings visited Mrs. Lu- cille Rawlings at the Ridgeway Nurs- ing Home last week. Aaron Watson was the third place winner of the Boy Scouts Pinewood Derby on Thursday in Paris. The Bethel Homemakers met at the home of Jean Rawlings for their February meeting, the hostess was Lillian Church., On Friday night, the youth of Be- thel enjoyed a pizza Party, hosted by the Bethel Methodist Church with music, and singing by Walter and Virginia Hawkins and Mrs. Sloan. Jo Richards was the overnight guest of Kenneth and Jean Rawlings on Friday night. Waunita Reed and Pauline Shields enjoyed lunch on Thursday at the Cracker Barrell in Mt. Sterling. Virginia Ratliff celebrated her birthday the 14th with family, friends and neighbors present. She also met her sister, Goldie West of Lexington at Jazzman Cafe in Winchester for lunch. Saturday was "the girls night out" for Paula Pfister, Audrey Dale, Crys- tal Lloyd, Sabrina McFarland and Tabetha Tumey. They attended the Kenney Chesney concert. The BCHS freshman basketball team were champions of their dis- trict, players from this area are Bran- don Guy and Glark Given. The Bethel golfing enthusiast Arnold McFarland, Ed Goldy, Billy Hunt, Shirley Grimes, Steve Guy, Mart Razor, and Duane Bowling spent a sunny day on the green last week. Shirley walked away with the top score Move over Tiger Woods ! "The difference between genuis and stupidity is that genius has its limits". Oakley news by Ina Martin Carol Martin helped her grand- son, Nicholas Shevely celebrate his first birthday, Saturday, at his home in Morehead. Jessica Heath, April Newton and Austin Newton had dinner Sunday with Ina Martin. Judy Gerhart, Krys- tle and Dawson visited [na Martin Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Flward Sorrell, Patti and Tort called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sorrell Saturday evening. Tena and Paula Fultz called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sorrelt Thurs- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fultz had Sun- day dinner with his morn, Mrs. Frana Fultz or Grange City. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Newton had dinner Sunday with Ina Martin. Lance and Jake spent the week- end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gray. Kentucky's Most Outstanding Older Worker being sought Experience Works, the country's largest provider of mature-worker training and employment, is search- ing for Kentucky's most outstanding older worker. [:or the fifth year, out- standing older workers fron, every state, the District of Columbia. anti Puerto Rico: An,erica's Oldest Work- er: and outstanding etnployers of older workers will be honored in Washington D.C., and in their home states. Experience Works sM Prime Time Awards Program was launched in 1998 to highlight the valuable contributions that older workers are making in their communities and places of work. This year's Prime Time Awards activities cuhninate with a series of events, capped by a gala awards banquet and ceremony on Saturday, September 21, at his- toric Union Station. Winners and a guest will receive an all-expense- paid trip to participate in the week's events. Kentucky Experience Works is currently soliciting nominations from businesses and individuals. Appli- cants must be 65 years of age or older, a resident of Kentucky, cur- rently employed, and working at least 20 hours each week for pay. The winner must be willing and able to travel to Washington D.C., in Sep- tember for the Experience Works Prime Time Award Program events. Applicants who are a part of a subsi- dized employment program funded through local, state or national gov- ernment support programs are not eligible for this award. Nominations must include a brief narrative that describes the older worker's overall contribution to the business, including longevity, expe- rience, skill level, work ethic, any disabilities the nominee has over- come to perform his/her job, and a description of his/her community involvement. Official nomination forms may be obtained fro,n Experience Works, P.O. Box A, Beattyville, KY 41311, by telephone (606) 464-3675, or toll free, 1-800-842-4982. Entries may I Read the mail iabel on your "--'-f newspaper  it tells you when to renew your subscription TENTH FRAME CINEMA 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. 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A CCU 674.6489 Bill Hodson, Owner Owingsville, Ky 40360 Pay Pri Car Magnets Bumper Stickers Banners Road Signs & More... 232 Slate Ave. Perfect attendance---Accutronix Manufacturing Service honored their employees who maintained perfect attendance for the year 2001. Pictured from the left are: Kay Delashmit, Mary Lou Crouch, Joyce McGIothin and Tonya Buckler. be mailed to Carole Kincaid, P.O. Box A, Beattyville, KY 4131 I, faxed to (606) 464-3663, or e-mailed to carolekincaid@experienceworks. 9..r.g. The deadline tbr nominations is May 31,2002. A committee of business and civ- ic leaders will evaluate nominations and make recommendations for the winner and runner-up, The winner will be announced no later than June I, 2002. All nominees will receive a letter and certificate t'rom the Stale Director. In addition to special activities and recognition within the stale, the winner will attend the 2(X)2 Prime Time Awards in Washington I).C.. this September. The visit will in- clude a tour of tile city's laralmarks, meetings wilD] con,eressional repre- sentatives, U.S. Senate and U.S. House events, a tour of the city's landmarks, meetings with congres- sional representatives, U.S. Senate and U.S. House events, a tour of the White House, and the Awards Ban- quet and Ceremony at Union Sta- tion.. Kentucky's 2001 outstanding old- er worker was 73-year-old Ralph McKenzie, from Lexiqgton, a sell employed Massage Therapist at the YMCA and a self employed Ken- tucky Licensed Vendor. Previous winners include Clayton E. Stoess. 82. Crestwood, owner/operator in the family hardware business. Howard Whitmore, 78, from I,ex. ington, a food handler/permit tester for LexingtordFayette Health Depam mcnt, and Helen Clan,roans, 86. Louisville, who had worked at the Progressive Paint Manufacturing Company since 1928. A search for America's Oldesl Worker is also underway. Though Prime Time Awards Week was can- celled last year, due to Septc,nber I I tragedies, at a press conference held Jr, I)ecember, 100-year-old Archi- tect Harold H. Fisher was named America's Oldest Worker. Mr. Fish- er still works full time at his firm in Michigan where he designs religious architecture, his specialty tbr marc than 50 years Nominate via the In- ternal at www experienceworks.org or contact the state office. / i I'4EMEI'L.tAND Lll/I! J "-'x jt' '%- 1:00 3:15 5:15 7:20 9:40 1:15 4:00 7.'00 9:40 12:45 3:00 5:15 7:30 9:40 []   -'-" I'  12:453:005:15 R Jl ! 1:15 4:00 7:10 9:50 1:30 4:15 7:10 9:50 7:309:40 !:30 4:15 7:10 9:50   t4 ". L',V:I I{, 1 k'i :[ d :1: I A V = JlIBLACK I1 ,.z ==m,=',,l 'J.J_?2_/ Ill HAWK  WAR  [] DOWN I z  .......... tm R 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:40 9:50 12:45 3:00 5:15 7:3C iiii!!iii!iiili!!!iiiii!iiii!iiiiiiiii+iiiii!iii!i!i+i!i!iiiill ii!iiiiiii!!iii!iiiii!ili!i!i!iiii!!!!iiiiii!iiii!iiiii!!iiiiiii