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atu00 es THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 3 By Diane Verhoven   Sunday I invited my and his family over for m =er. I also invited my |el r Bob, who is single. his wife and two beau- It i him. The boys are age L R  brought a videogame t arrived, he hooked up console to my televi- Qe ten proceeded to play l t with our two little didn't mind this at first, ve me time to talk with :at= Wife and to catch up on busy life. , after a while, I began to  |lane Bob and the boys I don't recall the , game, but it involved k"eys. ??I didn't think this type ,," su|table for boys as [,L r nephews. He laughed t"fl ere was nothing wrong ;laes and that I was over- news The boys' lather, Stan, agreed! I couldn't believe these two grown men would allow those precious lit- tle boys to play violent monkey games. I told Bob to unhook the gaming console and never bring it to my house again. He stormed out of the house, ruin- ing my plans for a perfect Sunday dinner. I ask you, Diane, did I over- react? Or did Bob? -- CONCERNED IN CANADA DEAR CANADA: You are the . guilty one, sweetie, for being such a stick in the mud. Clearly, the boys' father didn't find the games offensive or a bad influence on HIS children. You should have honored Stan's deci- sion to allow the boys to play the game. You have no right to dictate to him what is suitable entertainment for his sons. 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. Anna Curtis anl Mary Rawlings had lunch at the Slate Valley and Wyoming news Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice were among those who visited with the family of Bobby S. Toy at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hart and Mrs. Dottie Goodpaster and Dolores Hart were among those who visited with the family of Mrs. Dorothy Horseman Bailey at the Richardson Funeral Home, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hart, Saturday night. h,- Emily Hart spent Thursday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hart and Ricky. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Heath and Mrs. Lucille Heath spent several days last week down south in Mississippi and other points of interest. Mrs Kate Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manley, and Mrs. Dottle Goodpaster, visited with Mrs. Emma Manley, Mrs. Neva Barber, Sterling Williams and other patients, at the Hilltop Nursing Home, Sunday. Mr. Bill Jackson and John Jackson were al life about her son David, who died at the age of 14. He had a heart problem from birth. The title of her talk was "The Love of God" and 'q'he Power of Prayer" After a delicious lunch, a man spoke about how the Red Cross could help senior citizens in time of need. Then we played Bingo for the prizes that Cathy Riley had brought tor door prizes. Bill Riley was the caller for the game Ms. Elan won a beautiful America Flag that is out in the yard now. "lhe recreation club fur- nished the meals. The ones that Ms. Elan saw from Bath were Marjorie Kincaid, Susie Whittington, Morton Curry, Anna Laura Barber, Gladys Myers, Virginia Bussell and Faye Poweil, who was in Ms. Elan's first grade room in 1942. The sen- ior citizens will be able to take a class at the Lions Club Park on AARP driving a car the correct way. It will help to lower the insurance on your car lbr three years. Ms. Elan took the class five years ago in Owingsville, at the Board of Education building with ten Bath County people, with help from Angle Beadle. Bethel news Friendly poets from Owingsville sought in contest A $1,000 grand prize is being offered in a special religious poet- ry contest sponsored by Friend Poets Society, free to everyone. There are over 50 prizes in all, totaling almost $5,000. "Ib enter, send one poem of 21 lines or less, to: Free Poetry Contest, 2255 N. University Pkwy, Ste. 15, #196, Provo, Utah 84604 Or enter online, at www. friendlypoets.c0m. The deadline for entering is May 24. Poems may be written on any subject, using any style, as long as there is a spiritual inference. A typ- ical poem might be a love poem, or nature poem, or one that inspires the reader. Be sure your name and address appears on the page with your poem. A winner's list will be sent to all entrants. Easter guests Mrs. Janice Shrout, of Moores Ferry, entertained the following guests for Easter Sunday dinner: Mrs. Frances Steele, of Lexington; Mrs. Glenna Wilson, of Farmers; Amanda Dawson, of Salt Lick; Joe Shrout; Ashley and Taylor, David Shrout and Krystin and Marina Shrout. Ada Thomsburg's news Mrs. Helen Phillips spent Friday night with her sister Betty R. Copher. Jill Toy, and Patrick and Clarabeth called on Ada Thornsburg, Friday afternoon. Norman and Ann Wells have returned to Pell City, Alabama, after spending Monday until Friday with his parents, Ada Thornsburg and Lon Wells. Sudie Curtis visited Ada Thornsburg, Saturday. Galena Green, Ann, Jonathan, and Abigail, of Winchester, also called on Ada, recently. Margaret Ulery and Alma Wells were at Frenchburg to see their sister, Ruth Griggs, recently. Ruth is doing real good. Sunday dinner guests of Eulene Adams were: Jimmy, Tiffany, Dawson and Maggie, of Mt. Sterling; Todd, Jennifer, and Anna Michele Hash, of Lexington, and Brenda Holder. Dale and Nancy Pelfrey visited her parents, Robert and Pauline Vice, Friday afternoon. .W.Goidy Cracker Barrel Restaurant, inMt. dinner guests of Mrs. Kate By: Gayle Crouch Jackson, Sunday Kristi Crouch has been a visitor Teri Lynn Cundiff, of Morebead; Mrs. Billy Black, of Sterling Wednesday. They also  t: ...... . ..... .4 of Mr and Mrs Chris Rousses and Mrs. Neva Barber, of Hilltop [ i M,. ,.,,,,. o,,r.uu a,,u " Lodge; Jim and Marcia Stamm; , Use The News-Outlook the weekend with Mr. visited with Alice Howard, of Mt Mrs. Grace Vanlandingham are : Chase .Randy Buckler and Douglas Triplett and Trista Glenn, [Watlt ads for real resultsl | i 00te,,o00 some O00co was Wuanita Reid and Tuggie back in church Sunday with a cookout honoring her of Lexington; Darren Triplett; l y Pooley and sons Selds had lunch at Max and Bro George an" E'lie Maai- grandson, Matthew York Those o/ u =, . With Danny's mother, Erma s, in Lexington, the occa- were dinner guests of Mr. and attending from Bethel were Gayle /k Bailey had as Easter : the Rev. and Mrs. IIIbPJlt; Lorena Buckler; ",n  .  matt; Kellie; Julie; ,. Mrs. Jimmy Buckler; Otis and children; Mr. Randy Reid and sons; 'a; Mr. and Mrs. Chip Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rev. and Mrs. Billy and Mrs. Mike  girls; and Jeffrey  I. Bryan Anderson Spent Sunday with , in Paris. ',n spent Sunday with lif, Mr. and Mrs. John .Ig%y had a call Pooley, of her a happy i-a51te Gamer's Easter were: Mrs. Betty $; nya Bailey; Clifton, , daughter; and Mr. and  Goodpaster, their .Id families. Mrs. Kenneth Routt  weekend guests, e, June, and Thomas.  1 Corbin had as Easter _i,/ It. and Mrs. George /J. *tr. and Mrs. Cleveland ' ".aine Barber. # :ord Landsaw had as IIL , Mr. and Mrs. Jackie ..d family; and Gary,  daughter. Routt spent Sunday l Mrs. Glen Bogus  .Mes. John Bradley Lvisiting Mr. and Mrs. /!7ls, of Mississippi. p!ackson visited his sis- and Ken over the i00/around U ,m' 'YOns celebrated at ,,ith his family, his Steak House, in sion being Wuanita's belated birthday. Gary and Debbie Sorrell and children enjoyed Easter dinner with Gary's family. Ryan, Gary and Debbie's youngest son, is a member of the White Sox, at Mt. Sterling. They won their first game, 10-0. Ryan went three-for- three, Lorraine Dicken celebrated a birthday last week. Helping Paula Pfister celebrate her bhlhday, were her children Audrey and Nicholas; her brother Keith and family; Lynn and Allison Ratliff; Mom and Dad Billy; and Virginia Ratlifl. Mrs. Edd Rice, Sunday. Mrs. Dolores Hart and Bro. George and Elsie Martin visited with Mrs. Jewell Barber at the Ridgeway Manor Nursing Home, Sunday. Ms. Elan's news By: Elan Bartley Thursday morning, Dale and Willa Crabtyee, with Ms. Elan Bartley, went to Mt. Sterling to attend the wellness program at the Civic Center. The speaker for the morning was a lady from Louisville who was a registered nurse, who told about her person- mpgmg flown House and Carolin Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins. Matthew serves in the military in Texas. Gayle and Carolin Crouch attended a luncheon at the Campbell House, in Lexington, Wednesday. The sick list includes J.D. and Faye Corbin. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manley enjoyed a two-week visit with their grandson, Joseph. The Hunt family, Lorena Saunders, and Jenny Dailey, will be attending the wedding of Jessica Craig, daughter of Roger and Barbara Hunt Craig, Saturday, in Newport. A reception will follow the wedding. Please submit only dee.r, sharp pictures to be published in e News-Outlook. I I I i I  I ill ill I Judy Drive-In Theatre os *se d. Mt st.,t OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT-SHOWING MAY 2 & 3 ...... Box Office Opeqs at 8PM Movies Start at Dusk HEAD of STATE II II Illlll I IIll II .... 1st Feature mw taro Lbm: (N59) 4911-1960 I VIN DIESEL A MAN APART Plu Co-Feature For more lale viMt: w,a.jlldydrlellom I II I TENTH FRAME CINEMA 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. Sterling, KY http://www.tenthframe.com (859) 497-2518 The Lizzie McGuire Rated PG; Times: 1:15 3:25 5:35 7:50 7:55 Anger Rated PG-13; Times: 1:20 3:55 7:00 Holes Rated PG; Times: 1:20 4:00 7:15 9:55 Malibu's Most Wanted Rated PG-13; Times: 1:05 3:10 5:20 7:30 Identi00 Rated R; Times: 1 3:15 5:25 7:45 10:00 The Real Cancun Rated R; Times: 9:35 X Men 2 Rated PG-13; Times: 1:10 4:10 7:05 10:05 TENTH FRAME CINEMAS For showtime information please call 497-2517 or 497-2518. Join us for Cosmic Bowling from Midnight to 3 AM on Friday and 12:30 to 3:30 AM on Saturday nights at Steding Lanes. Please call 859498-7755 for reservations or for more information. Stu Wednesday, May 14 @6:30 p.m. Bath County Middle School Cafeteria the Bath County School District and the Bath County School receive federal funding through the has a Schoolwide Title I program. This means that all students are part of the Title I benefit from Title I staffing, materials and equipment. tie I funds were used to employ two certified teachers and one instructional assistant. Brenda Coyle I Teachers and Tracey Botts is our Title I instructional assistant. Title I funds to purchase educational materials and supplies. Parts of the Title I program are the Parent Involvement Policy and the Parent School Learning year we must have a meeting to review and update the policy and the compact. At the meeting he policy and the compact to see if you want to make any changes. This will not take very long, your input. This year we will have our meeting on Wednesday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the the PTO will also elect two parent members to serve on the Bath County Middle School Council for the 2003-2004 school year. Those who are eligible to serve as parents, step-parents, or legal guardians of students who will be enrolled at BCMS for the Parent Council members can not be an employee of BCMS or a relative of an BCMS shall mean father, mother, brother, sister, husband, wife, son, daughter, aunt, uncle, son-in- Any parent who is eligible to vote in the May Council election may make nominations. g the schools' Youth Service Center or the principal. Nominations may also be ght of the election research has proven that the single most important factor in a child's education is the parent. We to help review the parent involvement policy, and to participate in the election. We hope each for everyone attending the meeting. We will also have a drawing for two WalMart Gracie Lee Otis  1955 Miss Bath County Gracie Lee Otis, an OwingsviUe High School Senior was the second Miss Bath County. She was crowned during the 1955 May Festival Gracie married Fred Vinson, who at the time was stationed at the US Air Force Radar Base in Owingsville. They are the owners of Vinson and Sons in Mt. Sterling. The first pageant had three candidates from each of the four high schools who were elected by the student body. After consolidation this practice was continued for several years. Also in the early years there was no Queen's court, the winner took all. 1955's Contestants Irma Porter Mary Martin Sue Ann Dicken Sharpsburg NeHe Doyle Wanda Hurst Janice Toy Salt Lick Carolyn Razor Shirley Ferrell Sally Tinsley Owingsville Merle Dean Otis Joan Ponder Gracie Lee Otis . Incorporated l I MEMBER Owingsville, KY 40360 ] i Equal Housing i IFDIO ............ , ................. , ....................... 674-63!7 .................................. , .................. Owingsville Banking Company