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atures THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of July 24-July 31, 2003 J 3 Diane Verhoven single woman living with my years. My with him, but with the 'OffiCe. Peopled almost entire- L(there are only three , two-dozen women). women are new have dubbed them ommy Club. more time talking than they do Their desks are eir babies. ridiculous amounts of with their They constantly take work m time off I know which end a week, The Mommy in their misshapen all on the same day, the babies' Lt they are all wearing ithe Mommies will trot Machines over over their wretched little spawn to the point of forcing a baby into my arms. "Just think," one of them will say, "You'll have one of your own some- day." Hardly. Then, one of them will ask when my boyfriend and I are getting mar- tied so I can experience the "mira- cle" of being a mother. Let me just say to The Mommy Club and to all Office Moms: Shut up. Your little sack of dependency is not a miracle. It is not special. And I want no part of it. Please quit forc- ing your pathetic grabs for love and attention on we singles who are per- fectly happy with the choices we've made in our lives. FED UP IN FRESNO DEAR FED UP: My, my, my. Have a problem expNssing ourselves? Please, don't hold back. Tell us what you really feel. Readers: Your thoughts? Send letters to Diane do King Fea- tures Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or e-mail her at dianeadvice @aoLcorru Went Home 29, 1991 ,ne Lawson 'missed by friends. A million times we've needed you. A million times we've cried. If love alone "couli FtTe avedou, "- Yatl nevr would  have died. In life, we loved you dearly. In death, we love you still. In our hearts, you hoM a place, No one else can fill. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone For part of us went with you, The day God took you home. Theatre 4n May..k Rd. , SAT, AND SUN NIGHTS-SnOWING JULY 25, 26, 27 at 8PM Movi Start a Dsl,, f004W4R2EN0036ER 3 RISE OF THE MkCHINES Sor m4me iIidre vt: m.Jwdy4rJvdlccem FRAME CINEMA 930 Carnargo Rd., Mt. Starling, KY English VG 11:05 1-13 :20; 7:25; 10:25 Seabiscuit P00.13 1:10; 4:00; 6:55; 9:50 E Leagu_e. of xtraordinary Gentlemen PC.U 1:05; 3:35; 6:05; 8:35; 11:05 Boys 2" Spy Kids PC 7:15; 10:20 1:20; 3:25; 5:30; 7:35; 9:40 In and Around Bethel By: Virginia Ratliff and Pauline Shidds Micha Hughes entertained her friends, Becky Barger and Bobby Persinger, from Ohio. It was their first trip to Kentucky and they enjoyed their four-day stay. Ann Myers leake, formerly of Bethel, was guest of honor at a birthday dinner at Emmitt's, in Lexington. Attending were her nieces, Chloe Ann Stewart, of Sharpsburg, and Patsy Watts, of Mt. Sterling, and their husbands. Evelyn Arrasmith chipped boile in her wrist Debbie Sorrell has also chipped a hone in her hand. Scott and Mary Robertson, of Florida, have been visiting Dct, hy Robemon. They attended the horse show. Also visiting was Laurel, her granddaughter, who is the daughter of Tom Robertson. Nicholas Ptister celebrated his 8th birthday, with a pool party in Owingsville. Much fun was had by all. He also went up at church to the birthday jar. The Methodist Church Youth Group went to, Kings Island, Saturday.' Staff Sgt Sham lewis and girl- friend, Tracy Hall, of Sumpter, S.C. are in visiting family. He has spent the past twelve months in South Korea. His grandparents, Mart and Erma Razor, are having a cookout in honor of Shane with the family in attendance. He is the son of Steve and Pam Guy and will be returning to South Carolina this week. Neal and Joan Cook's danghter Meghan Olivia from Louisville vis- ited last week. Also visiting was Shelbeah Cook of Beryl. Bette Boone Nichols is visiting her parents Kenneth and Jean Rawlings. The community wishes to send their deepest sympathy to the fami- liesand friends of Wanda Crouch and Iris Horseman over the loss of their loved ones. Darrell and Crystal Page and family have remn from vaca- tioning in Myrtle Beach. movim d of duzk The Bethel Christian Church was happy to report that attendance has been up in the past two weeks. Audrey Dale, her dad, stepmom and stepsister, attended the pre- miere of "Seabiscuit". in Lexington. Sunday guests of Tony and Sandra Kay Thompson were Sonny and Wanda Thompson, Enn Thompson, and Heather and Andrew. Tony Thompson was among the group that attended the Cattlemens Association. Sandy and Heather Thompson visited Jo Richards in Maysville last week. Tuggie Shields was a patient at the Mary Chiles Hospital last week. She is home and doing well. Among her visitors last week were Paul Irvin, and Mona and Mary. J.R. and Betty Jones have returned from a camping trip to Alexander, Kentucky. Betty also attended the SU=essful revival at the Fellowship Tabernacle in Sharpsburg. The speaker was Jack Dupree. There will he a shower reception at the Bethel Methodist Church Saturday July 26th at 6:30 for Shane lewis and his new bride, Tracy. Shirley and Elaine Grimes host- eda dinner at the Blue Licks Lodge for Mart and Erma Razor, Raymond and Elizabeth Manley, and Funny (George) and Lena Hawkins. The community was saddened by the sudden loss of John Tom Dicken and everyone extends their deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Ms. Elan's news By: Elan Barfley On Sunday evening the youth club of the Grace Gospel Tabernacle had a picnic at Liberty Park to honor the Whitt Family who had been with the church the last 3 years. Mrs. Dottle Hunt took Mrs. Elan Bartley to the picnic. About 50 people attended the event The food served was hamburgers, hot = 0 moYt dad at dusk Turn Summer work- George Purvis, custodian at BCMS, works on a wheel from a two-wheel cart, on which the bear- ings have worn out. Custodians are working continuously to prepare the building for school in the fall. dogs, chicken, lots of vegetables and good desserts. Eugene Young led a. sing-a-long of church hym- nal. Norman Crouch did a lot of the cooking. Thursday morning, Franklin Herman Bartley came to visit with Ms. Elan. Franklin Herman and Ms. Elan then went to the cemetery to look at the headstone that had been put up for William Berry Williams grave. Franklin Herman went over to the Williams Food Mart to visit with Carolyn and Roger Lee. Howard Williams was there also. Franklin Herman works for Cummins at Columbus, Ind. and does a lot of traveling. He will go to Salamento, Calif. for a week to train some men how to keep their diesel engine buses ready for tours. 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