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! Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Adam Elliott Mr.and Mrs. Orville Anderson Orville and Lucy (Stewart) Anderson celebrate 50th wedding anniversary Orville and Lucy (Stewart) Anderson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary November 7, 2004, with a reception host- ed by their family, at Lions Club Park. They were married November 17, 1954, in Owingsville. They have three children, Cathy Rogers, Floyd Anderson and Allen Anderson, six grandchildren and four great-grandchil- dren. April L. Taylor and Matthew Elliott exchange vows April Leigh Taylor, daughter of Ken and Allene Taylor, Lexington, and granddaughter of the late Mary Agnes Sexton, Salt Lick, became the bride of Matthew Adam Elliott, son of Rick and Patsy Elliott, Georgia, and Lucinda Elliott, Pennsyl- vania, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 26, 2004, at Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington. Bishop Stacy Sauls officiated and John Linker served as organist at the ceremony• Brandon Gabbard, Covington, and Olivia Hurter, Lexington, were lectors. Elizabeth Gambet, Lexington, was junior grooms- man. Cyrus Alexander, cousin of the bride, Lexington, Ben Hickman, cousin of the groom, .Georgia, Levi Kent Hickman, cousin of the groom, West Virginia, and James Sutherland, Winchester, were ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church, with Justin Gabbard, Covington, assisting. The bride, a 2000 graduate of Henry Clay High School, will graduate in December from the University of Kentucky, with a Lexington, Mary 13ti%3aiee interdisciplinary Early L-fiattd'Maridrin/1'i tll8d'Edteatibn Lxington, were vocalts,. , , The groom i,s a 1997 graduate Given in marriage by her of Paul Laurence Dunbar High father, the bride wore a floor- School, and a 2003 graduate of length, halter-top, a-line gown of satin, designed with beading crisscrossing the bodice, and a chapel length train. She wore a tiara with beading and rhine- stones, with a chapel length veil. She carried a bouquet of white lilies, calla lilies and pink roses. Jessica Stewart, Lexington, was maid of honor and Natalie Gabbard, Covington, was matron of honor, along with Rachel Ezrine, Lexington, Haley Loyd, Lexington and Rebekah Hickman, cousin of the groom, Georgia, as brides- maids• Mary Beth Greer, cousin of the bride, Connecticut, was junior bridesmaid• Alexandra and Caroline Greer, cousins of the bride, Connecticut, and Grace Gabb- ard, Covington, were flower girls. Chris Grizzel, Lexington, and MaCshall McEldred, cousin of the bride, Georgetown, were ring bearers. Alien Riddeil, Lexington, was best man. Groomsmen were Charles Coulston, Lexington, Jacob Combs, Lexington, and Andrew Elliott, brother of the groom, Lexington. Jennifer Thornton, Chicago, was gro- omswoman and Cameron Powers, nephew of the bride, the University of Kentucky, with a degree in Computer "Science. He is employed by St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington. Following a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple will reside in Lexington. Prenuptial parties for the cou- ple included: an engagement party given by Natalie Gabbard and Jessica Stewart, a miscella- neous shower given by Natalie Gabbard; a family shower given by Dana Middleton Alexander and'Bonnie Downey McEldred; and a bridal shower given by Jessica Stewart. The rehearsal dinner was held at the groom's home, with his parents as hosts. Subscribe Today! Ph." 606-674-2181 Card of Thanks I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to those who have been there for me during my recent illness. The prayers, visits, phone calls, cards and food have all been greatly appreciated. Kevin Robinson "SmurF" Uniquely styled home, 1528 sq. ft., 1-1/2 story, 2 bedrooms plus bonus room; 2 full baths, vaulted ceilings, hardwood, carpet, stone fireplace, front porch with balcony, large covered rear deck, 1 car garage, beauti- fully landscaped on 1-1/2 acre lot on quiet cul-de-sac. Mountain View Estates, Mount Sterling. $109,900. Ph.: 606-674-9004. 2001 Silhouette Mini Van 2003 Jeep Liberty Quad seang, rear Air, Leather Seats 4 door, 4x4, like new ONLY H4,995 only =16,995 iIllgE A VrO By-Pass& GrassyUckRd ° Mt. Sterling. Phone:859-499-0555. MART Open Monday- Friday 8a.m.-6p.m., Sat. 8a.m.-4p.m. Tax and license not included. I 9300ah annauncement Kent Montgomery, Jr. Kent Montgomery, Jr. born to Kent and Montgomery of Salt November 13, 2004, at Baptist Hospital. He lbs. and was 18-1/2-inches He is welcomed home two big brothers, Dylan Levi. Maternal grandparents Gale Kincade of Cynthiana the late Roy Hensley Mississippi. Paternal grandparents Ken and Deena Alabama and the late Montgomery of Ohio. SNOWMAN BRACELET CRAFT Bath County Memorial Library will host a beaded bracelet workshop on Dec. 2 at 6:30. Participants will make snowmen bracelets. This activity is free and is limited to 20 participants (girls and ladies only). Please call the library at 674-2531 or stop by the library to sign up now. VETERAN BENEFIT REPRESENTATIVE TO BE IN OWINGSVILLE A veteran's benefits field representative with the Ky. Department of Veterans Affairs will be at the Bath County Courthouse, Owingsville on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, from 8:30 to 4 on a walk in basis, or an appoint- ment can be arranged on a dif- ferent day by calling, 674- 9963. This is a free service, provided by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans and their families will be given counsel- Slate Valley and WMyoming r. and Mrs. John Jackson and Mr. Bill R. Jackson called on Mrs. Kate Jackson Saturday. Mrs. Dottle Goodpaster, Mrs. Vanlandingham called on Mrs. Kate Jackson Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hart and Ricky were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hart and Emily Sunday. Emily's birthday was Saturday. Mrs. Dolores Hart and Danny Hart called on Mrs. Jewell Barber at the Ridgeway Sunday morning. Shania Perry spent the week- end with Te, ssa Hart and attend- ed Sunday School Sunday morning. Danny "Tacker'" Staton called on Daniel Hart last Monday. ing and assistance in for Federal and State Benefits. If you have questions pertaining Veterans Benefits hesitate to call. The number is Please leave a message ifl out of the office and 1 return your call as sible. DIABETES GROUP The Diabetes will meet Tuesday, Dec. p.m. at St. Claire Medical Center Caf6 D ond floor). Anyone with parents, family, person with diabetes to attend. Topic will be "Know Health Steps" sponsored Bayer Healthcare. Spdaker will be Adkins, RN, BSN, CDE; Jean Jones, MS, RD, CDE. For more information 606-783-6702. Mrs. Elsie Scott of visited Mr. and Mrs. Spencer last weekend.' Sl Imogene's mother• Kelly Spencer hasn't feeling too good this past Several of the Wyoming have sold co: It is bringing a Events Around The 1959 graduating Sharpsburg High Nov. 6 at Blue Licks for their reunion. ing were Betty Crump fleet, Frank Reed, Billy Hardin, Nathan Young, Young, ,,Bobby Hatton, Tucker Bailey, Bill and ( Ann Stewart, Billy Joe Neal Cook, Louise Shoemaker, Delores Sapp, Jane Best Evertz, Emmons Pugh and their or guest..  Owingsville -- will host Reading Conference Night November 29 from 4 to 6 PTO Chili Supper Fundraiset Adults - $4.00 Children- Teachers will be available for lastes test scores. Day Hidden Paradise: 27.6 Acres Sellers will divide up House and 5 or 10 acres! 343 Fraley Drive, Salt Lick MAKE OFFER! This is a must see: Custom built with stonework hearth, bar and bath and lower Open living on 3 levels, with decks, cedar siding, bass wood interior or antique 36x60 detached garage with antique store front. Sellers negotiable, could sell and 10 acres, make offer! Seller will break up property! Also second house ready to build on. James R. Caudill Real Estate