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of '52 mOn Saturday night, Novem- these former students of the Owingsville School met at the Bath County Mid- for their 50th class reunion. The BCMS be the Consolidated School. They all :irst grade in the newly opened school and 12 years in the same building (the first have done this). There have been many in the building, but it still has the same and sentimental value for this class of (left to right), are the graduates: t(Goodpaster) Boyd; Mary A. Barnett; Mary (Rawlings) Cain; Ida (Craig) Wright; (class sponsor); douett Blevins; Bar- bara (Steele) Whaley; Dorothy (Clark) York; Betty (Harris) Tabor; Genene (Jones) Lyons; Earl Ray Roberts; Ralph Stull; and Charles A. Hart. (Charles Whaley, a graduate, attended the reunion, but is not in the picture.) (In the other picture are the non- graduate students of '52): (left to right): Bobby Hatton; Dorothy (Reynolds) Conley; Gordie Good- paster; Ivetta (Treadway) Campbell; Virginia (Tin- sley) Toy; James "Pug" Vanlandingham; Mozeff (Bell) Manley; Betty (Stone) Goodpaster; Francis Crouch; Maxine (Hatfield) Staton; Violet (Stacy) Becraft; Maxine (Carpenter) Jones; and Calvin Colliver. (News-Outlook photos, Harry D. Patrick) r r .... A Bath County Memory i i ..... :'ii .... I | re sults Weekend Outlet & Junction 211 (Grange City) Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. 876-2521/876-2548 NG DESIGNER FOR LESS kes Great Gifts!l Quilts, Coverlets, Dust Ruffles, Shams & Sheets & Washcloths Jeans - the entire family Cowboy Cut Plain Pockets . sold by the yard! HOLIDAY HOUSE ,SATURDAY, 7, 2002 I Get the best results from your advertising dollar - The News-Outlook is read by everyone! TENTH FRAME CINEMA 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. Sterling, KY )://www.tenthframe.com 497-2518 Santa Clause 2 Eight Crazy Nights Rated G; Times: 1:,10 3:35 Rated PG-13; 6:05 8:30 11:00 Times: 12:10 2:00 3:50 5:40 7:30 9:15 11:05 " -narry Potter 2 Treasure Planet Rated PG; Times: 12:15 3:30 6:50 10:05 Die Another Day Rated PG-13; Times: 1:00 4:00 7:00 10:00 Rated PG; Times: 12:05 2:25 4:45 7:00 9:1:5 Rated R; Times: 1:20 4:05 7:00 10:00 Lord Of The Rings Tickets Are On Sale NOW! TENTH FRAME CINEMAS Sterling Lanes & Tenth Frame Cinema will be open @ 5 P.M. on Thanksgiving Day. For showtime information please call 497-2517 or 497-2518. Join us for Cosmic Bowling from Midnight to 3 AM on Friday and Saturday night at Sterling Lanes. Please call 859-498.7755 for reservations or for more information. GRAND OPENING November 29, 2002 26 Old Midland Trail, Salt Lick Phone: 606-683-3810 THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of November 28 - December 5, 2002 3 East Fork news By: Leona W. Goldy Mr. and Mrs. Chad Williams and children, were supper guests Sunday night of Chad's mama, Nina Will- iams. Mrs. Rickey Staviski and chil- dren spent the weekend with Shawn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John England. Mrs, June Colllins and son, Steve and wife, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Routt, Sunday. Richard Day spent the weekend with his family. Sunday school attendance was 50. Mrs. Linda Anderson enjoyed Thanksgiving Day dinner, Thursday at school, with Cody and C.J. Mrs. Mary Routt had surgery on her other eye, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Routt were in Lexington Friday to see their doc- tors. Bethel news By: Gayle Crouch Michael Crump continues to im- prove at University Hospital. Larry Moore and Margaret Hat- ton entertained with a Thanksgiving dinner, Sunday, for family and friends. Bethel Methodist Church will be having their Christmas dinner Sun- day, December 1. Bro. James Hick- erson will be the guest speaker. Carolin Crouch and Jimmy Rob- erts were in Morehead, Wednesday. Robin Clary entertained with a Home Interior party, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hunt were the weekend guests of the Hunt fam- ily. Rebecca Carolin has been a visi- tor of her grandmother, Lorena Saun- ders. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Daugherty entertained their entire family, last Sunday. Wilma Bond, of Lexington, has been a visitor of her sister, Carolyn Hunt. Bob Hawkins, of Frankfort, was a recent visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins. Carolin Crouch accompanied Betty Haycraft, of Owingsville, to the opthamologist, in Lexington, Tuesday. Bob Chance, former minister of Bethel Christian Church, was hon- ored with a dinner at the church, Wednesday evening. A Bath County School Board meeting will be held Tuesday evening, at 7 p.m., at the Bath Coum i I '1( iiiii DEAR DIANE: My best friend, "Gina," is getting married on New Year's Eve. I'm to be one of her bridesmaids. However, Gina has chosen the most hideous shade of purple for the bridesmaids' gowns. Not only would I not be caught dead wearing this atrocity, I wouldn't even bury my dog ill it! How do I break the news to her without ruining our friendship? AGHAST IN AKRON DEAR AKRON: You don't. Wear the dress. Keep your mouth shut. Support your friend. This is HER day, not yours. That's why brides- maids' dresses are so hideous. They make the bride look better. DEAR DIANE: I have a bone to pick with you. 1 read your column every week and all you seem to print are letters from wives complaining about how their husbands get on their nerves. You're giving men a bad reputation! We aren't all bad. in fact, my wife, Gwen, always brags to her friends at bingo night about how I'm always buying her flowers for no reason, except to say "I Love You." I love my wife of 42 years, and I thank God every day that I have been blessed by knowing her. I'm not "whipped," just a man who's lucky enough to have found the right woman and knows how to treat her. Please, Diane, ask your female readers to write in if they've also found a man who treats them right. A LUCKY GUY IN BRITISH COLUMBIA DEAR LUCKY: Most people write whenever things are going bad, which is why they need advice. If things are going well, there's no point in asking anyone for advice. Still, your point is well-taken. How 'bout it, ladies? Care to brag about your man'? Drop me line. Send letters to Diane c/o King Fea- tures Weekly Sen, ice, P.O. Box 536475. Orlando, EL 32853-6475. Or e-mail her at DearDianeV@aol.com. ty High School. All interested citi- zens are invited. Daisey Marshall visited daugh- ters Yolanda and Stacy, in Lexing- ton, last week. November 28, 29, 30, for the Thanks- giving holiday. The offices will re- ()pen Monday, December 2. Closings The Circuit Clerk's office and the County Clerk's office will be closed this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF MASON COUNTY "Since 1879" Homeowners . .... .:.i farm rroperues Mobile Homes /[ll Commercial Buildings Churches ------ -" Call Your Local County Director For Service Lonnie Vice  606-674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and Clark 1718 US 68 South, Maysville, KY 606-759-5252 Toll Free 8(X1-759-9618 Three young men out for a drive in their Model T Gossett Sorrel, William H. (Bill) Anderson and Arthur (Desso) Roberts posed for this photo in 1924, Was it windy that day or have they just flipped back their ties to be sporty? 000ingsville Banking Company Incorporated MEMBER Owingsville, KY 40360 FDIC 674-631.7 Equal Housing Lender