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,20t)4 ook e rts. A-3 .=am- The Gold Team just wrapped up a suc- in the Bath County Pee Wee Basketball in the front row (left to right) are: Wyatt Whitton, Taylor Moore, Megan Leach. Back Davey Moore, Joshua Jones, Dalton Hatton, "ria Banfield, Nathan Harvey. .=srtl- The Navy team finished their season as in the front row (left to right) are: Elizabeth Bromagen, and Haley McFarland. Back row: te, Chase Hatfield, Tyler Bromagen, Taylor and Caden Scaggs. Not pictured in Kolton Razor. Was coached by Rob McFarland. in and Bethel Ratliff attended dinner in Mt. Patrick Zalone parents, Patrick Hughes gele- anniversary , Carl's doctor. Dillon Mangold spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Aitkin Buckler, while his parents Debbie and Rex, went to Texas. Gene Anderson has moved onto Leona C, r01dy's place., ,, kenneth.Rgutt has be.la see- ing the doctor for a place on his leg. Nichols visited Jean Rawlings Bethel news Weekend. By: Gayle Crouch Guy, Mart, Congratulations to recent Wayde, Dana, graduates of BCHS, Dezaray Razor, met Gulley and Daniel Vice. Matt and wife in Cohorn is a graduate of Carolina, where Nicholas County High school, to Myrtle as is Jacob Hunt. a long weekend Gayle Crouch attended the faculty end-of-year luncheon at Nicholas County High School at noon, Saturday. Debby Gulley hosted a cook- out Friday evening in honor of her daughter Dezaray Gulley, with 42 guests attending. The Bethel Community Church cookbooks are now on sale. The Bethel Community Church will be having a fish fry Saturday June 5, from 5 to 8 p.m. The event will be at Bethel Elementary-School. Cookbooks will be on sale at the fish fry. This event is a fndraiser. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Stacy were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shields and their entire family. Wayne Watson turned 50 last week. Nicholas Gulley, U.S. Navy, has been a guest of his mother Debby, sister Dezaray and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manley. Get well wishes to Helen Blevins, Mary Helen Curry, Margaret Welch and Edith Reed. Nancy Crouch, Michelle Bradley and Hunter Bradley, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Crouch. Michelle Bradley and.:other Bethel Elementary teachers spent several days last week with Mrs. Bonnie Bowling at her home in Tennessee. Congratulations to Bonnie Bowling on her recent retire- ment from Bethel Elementary School. Ms. Lisa Henderson, Bethel Elementary principal, enter- tained Bethel teachers at Cracker Barrel, last week. Aaron Watson, 5th grader at BCMS, received the Principal's Award for a 4.0 average during the school year, the 5th grade Art Award and the Citizenship Award. Aaron Watson moved from Cub Scout to Boy Scout at a ceremony last week. To the Bath County High School Graduates of 2004 Saturday, May 29, 2004, Jerry, Jessica and myself were honored and blessed by the request to attend what would have been our beloved son's and brother's senior graduation. On this night, you as a class, presented Jessica with a beautiful plaque in memory of Justin. This gesture has meant more to us than any words we could speak! As so many of you stated, "Justin was with us." Of course, Justin will forever be precious and a constant in our lives. But it sure was touching to see how he has forever touched your lives in a spe- cial way, too! We have been privileged and blessed to know you all through the years. Good luck in your future )lans. We love you all. Our door is always open to you all. We leave you with this poem: Justin Todd Linda Gray, Cheryl, Patti and Tori Sorrell, Anita Newton, Ina Martin and Margaret and J.C. Snedegar, attended a birthday get-together for Eradell Dyer, Thursday evening. Harold Martin, Pauline Pennington and her friend, Joy, visited Ina Martin, Saturday. Judy Gearhart and Krystle visited lna Martin, Sunday. Oakley news By: Ina Martin Martha Sorrell and Lena and Paula Fultz, called on Karen Reed and Emery McClain, Thursday night. Paula Fultz attended the Powell County .graduat(on  ETula Mae F/;de at the Owingsville Sdnday. Fit Church of God, Saturday Mt. Sterling, KY (859) 498-1960 www.judydrtvein.con OPEN FRI, SAT, SUN JUNE 4,5,6 Open at 8pro, Show at Dusk With co-feature "ENVY" - PG-13 Guy has been the Governor s r He will be College for Ling the last of and their Church in Louisville, .ations to Larry State Trooper of to the and the T RO Y Y. Gary was a Lyda Ramsey. ,o news (;oldy spent the week- and Mrs. Kenneth Kevin Carr and Roger Clarke at Cave Run. Cherri Hollar here at his I Goldy's friend from the weekend and Mrs. Gene H FRAME 1:15 4:15 7:10 9:50 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. 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Several in the community attended the benefit country sup- per and auction for Darrell and Was for with on a Farm Cart vis- Sunday in Justin, A million times we've needed you, A million times we've cried, If love alone could have saved you, You never would have died. In life we loved you dearly, In death we love you still. In all our hearts, you hold a place No one else will ever fill It broke our hearts to lose you, But you didn't go alone, Part of us went with you, The day God tookyou home. With Love, Jerry, Lisa and Jessica Nina were in sday to see ! ,S' .% I*i night. Sterling; Lena Ginter Hawkins .... Mrs. Elsie Martin went for her of Bethel; Bernetta Otis of checkup last week and got a good Finch; Eliza Manley Pergrem, report. Elizabeth Staton Roberts; Mary Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manley Frances Swartz and Virginia called on Mrs. Kate Jackson, Richardson Lollis, all of " Saturday. Owingsville. -"; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vice, Mr. Also attending were Shirley and Mrs. E.L. Butcher and Mr. Moody, Sam Finch, David and Mrs. Omar Heath, called on Roberts, Funny Hawkins and - " Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Vice, Bob Katzenbach. . Sunday night. In the May 13 issue, this photo was published showing Mason's cooking at the May Day Parade. It originally listed the men as Shriners but should have read that members of the Class of OHS 1950 holds annual reunion The Owingsville High School class of 1950 held their annual reunion Thursday, May 27, at Jerry's in Mt. Sterling. Those attending were Jane Alexander Manley of Amelia ,,: i Island, Florida; Hazel Waiters Katzenbach of Vandaha, tJho; Masonic Lodge No. 55 wer e ,,, Gene Moody of Winches'i61-;' ' cooking to raise money. ' Ellen SpenceShewmakerofMt,  , , i'   .............. .., : JUST GRADUATED? HEADING TO COLLEGE? @ For Owingsville Banking Company Incorporated Owingsville, KY 40360