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Life00L le ' THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Ovingsville, Ky.--Week of November 28- December 5, 2002 4 Senior Apartments' celebration m The residents of the Owingsville Senior Apart- ments had their annual Thanksgiving dinner, Fri- day, November 22, at the Senior Citizens building. Those in attendance were: Leslie Jewell; Joe Hugh- es; Lida Jackson; Bobby Donathan; Lucy Rey- nolds; Lillian Whittington; Marcella Conway; Helen Phillips; Lucille Heath; Hattie Townsend; Mary Curd; Kathryn McFadand; Wanda Buckner; Paul Ms. Elan's news By: Elan Bartley ', Wednesday morning, Alice Snedegar came after Mrs. Elan Bar- :tley, to spend the day at the Bath County Senior Citizens Center. AI- ice had to borrow Dorothy White's car, because her car tiad to be used to take Henry, her husband, to the UK i Hospital. The seniors did play bingo that Wednesday, but I spent my time at the Adult Day Care Center with Edna Ray Phillips and Lella Caudill. Dale and Willa Crabtree came for exer- cise. Thursday morning, Dale and Wil- la Crabtree stopped by for Mrs. Elan, to go to Mt. Sterling for a Wellness Program. The program was "Grow- ing Old Gracefully". The speaker was the Extension lady from More- head. After a delicious lunch, served by Montgomery County, there was a sing-a-long led by Bill Riley. Door prizes were given. Willa Crabtree received a doormat. Slate Valley and Wyoming news i. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hart and t. Emily visited with his parents, Mr. Crooks, Jr.; Anna Hunt; Kathy Robinson; Harry D. Patrick; Lana Lyons; Meda Robinson; Virgalene Lewis; Barbara Razor; Beth Griggs; Eugene and Nadene Young; Renee Stover; Ronda Copher; Edith Richardson; Anna M. Roberts; Eliza Per- gram; Walter McGIothin; Willard Johnson; Linda Willoughby; Bill Copher; Alison Copher; and Eula Mae Hale. Everyone had a very enjoyable day. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) day afternoon. Mr. Bill Jackson and son, John Jackson; Shelly Jackson and friend, R.J. Cunningham, of Winchester; and Mrs. Dottie Goodpaster, were din- ner guests of Mrs. Kate Jackson, Sunday. Mrs. Dottie Goodpaster, Mrs. Kate Jackson, Mrs. Dottie Vice, and Mar- Ia S. Helphinstine, visited with Mrs. Tammy DeFazio, Friday night. Tessa Hart spent Friday night with Megan Goldy. Emily Highley spent Thursday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Vanlandingham. Mrs. Kate Jackson, Mrs. Dottie Goodpaster, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manley, visited with Mrs. Emma Manley and other patients at the Hill- top Nursing Home, Sunday after- noon. Mrs. Emma Manley is not feeling very good. Mrs. Donna Vanlandingham had a baby shower for Mrs. Jessica Th- ompson, Saturday afternoon. Those attending were: Mrs. Grace Van- landingham; Mrs. Betty S. Adams; Mrs. Patsy Roberts; Mrs. Pam Hunt and daughter, Emily Highley; Mrs. Linda Bailey and daughter; Mrs. Wilma Vice; Mrs. Dottie Vice; Mrs. Vivian Bailey; and Mrs. Anita Heath. White Oak news Mr. and Mrs. Eric Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson, were sup- per guests Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Anderson and Jason. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McGlothin and family and Mamie Denton, were Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, of Frenchburg. Mr. and Mrs. George Barnett; Arlo and Ellen; and Mamie Denton, at- tended a Christmas play at the Moun- tain Arts Center, in Prestonsburg, Saturday night. Mrs. Vigalene Lewis was a recent visitor of Carroll and A. B. Jones. Delta Gas authorizes quarterly stock dividend The Board of Directors of Delta Natural Gas Company, Inc., at a meting held November 21, autho- rized a quarterly stock dividend of 29-1/2 cents ($.295) per share, to be paid December 15, 2002, to all com- mon shareholders of record, as of November 29, 2002. , and Mrs, Ford Hart and Ricky, Sun- ) Cinch( , ]) Wrangler (/  All (' . Sh,rts lShirts ewelry f 10 o OFF  Horley (i] Boots 20% OFF 1 All Ladies @ ppare ertif'mwtu/ Avail= -"Y5  r ,  IF-N/ .... Wrangler  !-. thru 2 Chmtmas :[ 233 Wilmont Drive, Mt. Sterling (859) 498-5900 Kendall Springs Homemakers The Kendall Springs Homemak- ers met for their November meeting at Green's Restaurant, in Salt Lick. Eleven members attended and one guest was present. Birth Announcement Timothy Wayne and Jamie Lynn Curtis, of Owingsville, announce the birth of a son. Robert Wayne Curtis was born November 23, at Mary Chiles Hos- pital. He weighed seven pounds and was 21 inches long at birth. Maternal grandparents are James Robert and Thelma L. Shockey. of Owingsville. Maternal great-grand- parents are the late Stella and Jessie Jones. Paternal grandparents are Roy (Woody) Wayne Curtis and V irgi n ia Curtis, of Salt Lick. Paternal great-grandmothers are Rena Belle Hargis, of Salt Lick, and Effie Curtis, of Morehead. Robert Wayne has two sisters, Lashay, 7, and Shannon, 4. Our Beautiful Children Joseph Ray York celebrated his first birthday Friday, October 18, with a party at his home. Those attending were: his Morn and Dad, Tammy and Joe York; Jay, Valery and Adrian a Williams; Glynn and Magnolia Rawlings; Don and Mary Elizabeth Clark; Lou, Rhonda, and Dylan Clark; Tom Colby and Chase Clark; Kyle Clark; Jimmy and Betty Thompson; Teresa Bradley; Bobby, Shelley, Samantha, and Cole-- man Arvin; Samuel and Juanita Hat- ton; Bo, Madeline and Shannon On a missionmTwelve members of the Sugar Christian Church, on Stepstone Road, returned November 1 an eight-day mission trip to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. in no particular order, are the church members, accom construction coordinator Steve Treap: Bo McGuire: Kevin McGuire; Tom Oldfield; Thomas Oldfield; Dan Jason Rhodes; Joey Rhodes; Devin Gibbs; Melodie nah Carter; and Francis Nash, minister and mission group worked on a two-story building that will house a for the local community and Sunday School meeting rooms1 Church of Rehu and Blanca Menchaca. The groul: of the feeding program of the church one night, and food, candy, and gifts to over 85 children of the colony. the Mt. Sterling area will be visiting there in December. Morris; Theda Waiters; Lisa and Christopher Wise; Kim Bromagen; and Dorothy York. Dinner was served from a Scooby Dog cake and ice cream. Joseph would like to thank everyone for the nice gifts and a great time. Encourage FARM BUREAU William D. Eliington, Agency Manager @j Owin '-, . Phone mMea Sunday, December 1st, 2-5 p.m. Tickets- $5 Tickets may be purchased at any of the 19 ........ b .......................................... ................. , ............... 8Mali uDrive, Owingsmlle,  i Tea at the home of Scottie & Susan - Large assortment of ornaments - Hallmark cards and wrapping paper - A variety of snowmen decorations GreatGi00 !aleas! / Boyd Bears q' Fenton / Lee MMaleton Bolls v' Sterling Silver Jewel v' Perfume & Cologne v'John Oeere ,/tarenaa Purses Liglthouse Candles - Register to win a giant stocking and electric scooter to be given away! Drawing To Be Held Monday, December 23, 2002