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Lifes THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Ovvingsville, Ky.--Week of August 7- August 14, 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Shane Back Copher, Back exchange wedding vows June 20 in Owingsville Kimbedy Ann Copher and Marcus Shane Back were married June 20 at Owingsville First Church of God. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lowell C. Rice. The bride is the daughter of Doug and Linda Copher, of Owingsville. She is a graduate of Bath County High School and Morehead State University. The groom is the son of Fay Back, of Jeffersonville, and the late Larry Back. He is a graduate of Montgomery County High School. He is the owner of City Transport and co-owner of Back's Auto Auction. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. She wore a white chiffon spaghetti strap, A- line style dress, accented with a sheer, headed band and a natural waistline. She wore a fingertip veil accented with miniature pearls and a matching tiara. The bride carried a bouquet of white calla lilies accented with Bridesmaids wore black sleeve- less chiffon princess line skirts with headed waistband. They car- ried yellow calla lilies tied with black satin ribbon. Stevee Townsend, of More- head, served as junior bridesmaid. Ronnie Hill, of Mt. Sterling, served as best man. Kevin Copher, of Owingsville, brother of the bride, and Chuck Sorrell, of Mt. Sterling, served as groomsmen. Zack Hill, of Mt. Sterling, served as junior groomsman. Ebony Copher, of Owingsville, cousin of the bride, and Darrell Back, of Mt. Sterling, uncle of the groom, served as ushers. Katie Sprossig, of Owingsville, cousin of the bride, served as guestbook attendant. Arzonia Copher and Brittany Pendleton, both of Owingsville, cousins of the bride, served as pro- gram attendants. Musician/soloist was provided by Robin Caudill, of Owingsville, white roses, tied with white satin cousin of the bride. ribbon. .................... Following the ceremony, a Pare Kincaid, of Owingsville, reception was held at the Ramada served as maid of honor. + Inn'in Mt. Sterling. Tina Hill, of Mt. Sterling, and After a honeymoon cruise to " Casey Davis, of Olympia, cousin Bermuda, the couple reside in ". of the bride, served as bridesmaids. Jeffersonville. Stephanie Copher Copher an honor graduate at MSU Stephanie Copher graduated with honors and now has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, with a minor in Criminology. She plans on entering the Masters of Arts teaching pro- gram at MSU for the fall semes- ter. She is the daughter of Rosa C. Johnson and the late Doby Copher. Stephanie resides in Sharps- burg with her mother and stepfa- ther, J.W. Johnson. Oranl00e Peel May Stop eartburn WASHINGTON -- Gastrointestinal (GI) problems like acid reflux, heartburn and ulcers may be eliminated with a new type of tablet. Scientists say that GI roblems are not the result of excess acid, ut the body's inability to deal with it. The tablet called Pepstat380 combines or- ange peel extract with an extract known as DGL that strengthens the body's natural defenses against stomach acid. Pepstat 380 goes to work immediately on acid while addressing the cause of GI roblems. Scientists say that the DGL in epstat 380 improves the body's protec- tive substances, increases the lifespan of digestive tract cells, and improves blood supply to the area. Articles have appeared in publications like the British medicaljour- na/The Lancet showing DGL to be as effective as Zamac, Tagarnet and/or ant- acids. This formula may make these drugs obsolete because DGL has no side effects. The problem with antacids and acid blockers is that they can interrupt the body's normal digestive process. Pepstat 380 is a natural alternative and is available without a prescription or call 1-800-339- 3301. 2002 www.key2health.com Available locally at: OWINGSVILLE DRUG STORE Miller Plaza 674-6334 News-Outlook want ads work! ] Hamilton commissioned into ROTC Rebecca S. Hamilton has been commissioned as a second lieu- tenant in the U.S. Army, after suc- cessfully completing the Army ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) program and graduating with a bachelor's degree from Bellarmine University, in Louis- ville. The new officer will be branched to a specific corps in the Army, to serve on active duty, or Cristi D. Craig and Jonathan W. Ballard Craig, Ballard announce their engagement and forthcoming wedding Bobby and Denise Craig, of Owingsville, and Gary and Gall Ballard, of Mt. Sterling, wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their chil- dren, Cristi Dawn Craig and Jonathan Wayne Ballard. The bride-elect is a graduate of Bath County High School and St. Joseph Radiology School. She is employed by Central Baptist Hospital. The prospective groom is a graduate of Montgomery County High School and Morehead State University. He is employed by Fastenal Industrial Supplies. They will he united in marriage, Saturday, August 23, 2003, at 5:30 in the evening, at the First Church of God, in Mt. Sterling. An open ceremony will be observed. All friends and family are invited to attend. After a honeymoon in Maui, the couple will reside in Mt. Sterling. in the national guard or reserve. The lieutenant also will attend an officer basic course, which relates to his or her particular military occupational specialty/job. Hamilton branched to the Army Nurse Corps. She is the daughter of Kay Goodpaster, of Old Sand Road, in Salt Lick, and Keith Hamilton, of Highway Contract Route 79, in Emerson. The lieutenant graduated in 1999 from West Carter High School, in Olive Hill. Editor's Note: Due to budget- ary constraints, and to provide more timely information, effective January 1, 2004, we will no longer provide hard-copy news releases to our customers. All releases will be distributed via e-mail, ff you are not currently an e-mail cus- tomer, please contact us at home- town@afnews.af.mil, or call 1- 210-925-9733, to sign up for e- mail delivery. Local student named to EKU President's List Jamie Leigh Vinson, of Owingsville, is among 617 stu- dents at EKU named to the President's List for the Spring 2003 semester. "We are delighted that some of Bath County's best and brightest students are studying with us at Eastern," said EKU President Joanne Glasser. The President's List was established by the University to recognize outstanding academ- ic achievement. It is bestowed upon full-time undergraduate students who attain a perfect 4.0 GPA for a semester. "All of us at EKU are com- mitted to academic excellence and the success of our stu- dents," Glasser said, "and we are especially pleased to recog- nize students who have excelled to the point of perfec- tion during a semester's work." EKU is a comprehensive university serving more than 15,500 students on its 725-acre Richmond campus, at its edu- cational centers in Corbin, Danville and Manchester, and throughout Kentucky. Joanne K. Glasser serves as the 10th (and first female) president of EKU, which is embarking on a significant transformation into a state leader and a university of national distinction as it pre- pares to celebrate its centennial in 2006. Nobody supports our community like the NowAccepting Patients Fred V. Laus, D.EM. 112 W. High Street Mt. Sterling, Ky. Podiatrist- Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. 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