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1 I / THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of November 28 - December 5, 2002 1, 4th birthday celebrationnAlex Fields celebrates his third birthday, at his home, with his parents, Travis and Crystal Fields. Also in attendance were: Randy, Sonja and Hunter McCarty and Bertha Patrick, of Owingsville; and Athonia Ingrain and Greg Miller, of Lexington. The theme for his birthday was Spiderrnan. Alex received many nice gifts. BOOKNOOK NEWS Bath Co. tO ,t Memorial Library Linda Denton It's time to think about the holi- days. Thanksgiving is this week and the Christmas shopping season offi- cial starts the day after. That, to me anyway, says it's time to think about books. What better way to do that, than at your local library, where you can check out the newest and hottest selections, and see if you like them enough to give as gifts, or to put on your own wish list. It's a free, no-risk proposition, as long as you get the books back on time, or remember to renew. What better way to spend a wintry day, than comfortably en- sconced, at home, in your favorite spot, researching your gift possibil- ities away from the madding crowd. While I'm on the subject of spend- ing money on books, let me clue you in to some really great deals. The Bath County Library is having a BOOK SALE!! As you may have noticed over the years, there!is' only sol much room and there are more and more books coming ini So, euey:once in awhile, those that haven't been checked out for years, or those that have seen better days, are pulled and, along with some that have been donated, are put on the sale rack near the front door. When a large number of books has accumulated, there's amajorbook sale, which is what's coming your way today, tomorrow and Saturday (November 2 I, 22 and 23). Come in, browse around, and see if you can find any of your old favorites in fiction, books about your hobbies, authors you like, or subjects that you might want to delve into more deep- ly. You can't beat the prices, ten cents for paperbacks and 25 cents for hard-bound books. This is an oppor- tunity you don't want to miss. As for gift possibilities, if you've got champagne taste and a tap water budget, this might just be the road to go for some gifts, anyway. There are good things to be discovered in sales, you know. On the other hand, if you prefer the brand, spankin' new route, the way to go can also be, as I mentioned before, at your local library. Read first and visit a bookstore later. If you're looking for something that will fit into the holiday hustle and bustle, Visions of Sugar Plums by New York Times best-selling au- thor, Janet Evanovich, looks like a good bet, unless you're sensitive about language. Bookmobile Librar- ian Sarah Staton says it's a must read and only takes a couple of hours. For something short, and I do mean short, try Esther's Gift. MiLford Christmas Story, by Jan Karon. It would be a great stocking stuffer for a cook and might, if you get distract- ed, take you a whole ten minutes to read. Anne Lamott's  looks like it might be a good holiday kind of read. The main character here is Mattie,,yder, who is, according to . ,; )) ,=  w the pubhshers, marvelously neu- rotic, ell "intentioned, fl$),, iireli- glous, sarcastic, tender, aflgry, and broke." 8 Mile 7:159:50 Mercury Mystique00 0 Down 1 all power, 32,000 miles 1 $169 per too. J -- 0 DOWN-- See Steve McGuire Today// 0 Down to Qualified Buyers. First steps n Recently, in Mrs. Lane's Child Development class, there was a visitor, Jane Ellington. She taught the students how to present themselves in front of others, and also taught them the "first steps" in the real world. While there, she compiled a lesson plan, for the students to design their own career portfolio that would be essential in their future. She went through the step-by-step process of how careers are established and how important our future was. She brought them knowledge of how interviewers value certain techniques, when the applicant is applying for a job. This process lasted over a brief time, but brought them information that will forever lie in the minds of those who want to excel in their futu re. The following students in the picture were participants in this study. They are, (back row): Jessica Cline (who wrote the information for this picture); Jennifer Ingrain; Tara Hardin; Ashley Chapel; Kristina Purvis; and Shanna Kennett; front row, Kim Carter; Ashley Martin; Kerry Sorrell; and Emily Highley. If your "giftee" is dreaming of the return of spring and the baseball sea- son, check out Mike Lupica's Wild Pitch. According to Elmore Leonard, who's quoted on the back of the jacket, "the ball games are nail-bit- ers, the dialogue is right out of the dugout (uh-oh, language again?) ...and best of all, there's a terrific plot..." It seems there's a new detective series developing with the actions set in the 1800s. The star of the show in Donald Honig's The Ghost 0f Major Prvor. A Novel of Murder in the Montana Territory_. 1870, is Cap- Lain Thomas Maynard, whose first starring role, so to speak, was Honig's The Sword of General Englund. For those readers into action and espionage, there are two new offer- ings, Oliver North and Joe Musser's Mission Compromised and Robert Ludlum's The Anson Directive. Before you make your gift-giving decisions this year, pour over the Jossibilities at your local library. OOTCHS AUTO 00te,in00. MART Open Monday- Friday 8a.m.-6p.m., Sat. 8a.m.-4p.m. See Steve McGuireforyour next 1 2000 Chevy S-101 deaL Call for pre-credit approval If you buy a pre-owned car, truck 0 DO*" or van anywhere else, then you 30,000 miles paid toomuch!!! Ol/y $17 pr rllO, BCMS & BCHS Jr. Beta invites you to: Pizza With Santa December 7, 2002 BCMS Care 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Come out and support the BCMS & BCHS Jr. Beta Club. Have pizza with a and your picture too! Pictures only $3.00 Theme Basket Raffle too!! Sponsored by: Jr. Beta Boosters MSU Faculty Brass Quintet to perform a "Holiday Concert" The Morebead State University Faculty Brass Quintet will present a "Holiday Concert" on Friday, De- cember 6 at 8 p.m., in Duncan Recit- al Hall on campus. The concert program will include holiday music from around the world, readings of holiday stories and audi- ence participation in the singing of seasonal carols. Assisting the quintet will be fac- ulty members Steven Snyder, assis- tant professor, piano; Brian Mason, instructor, percussion. Participating in the performance as readers will be Dr. Cathy Hammond, Scott Lee and Paula Wing. The performance is free and open to the public. Additional informa- tion is available by calling Dr. Ham- mond at (606) 783-2496. Price visits school n Students in Ms. Beth Jeanna Manley's third grade classes have been studying about communities and community roles. Bath County Kim Hunt Price visited the classrooms, to talk about her community leader. Students pictured with Price are as Michael Wells; Shane Dufresne; Coty Link; Katie Maze; Preston; Shelby Scarbrough; Amber Reed; Trent Lunsford; Porter; Kerri Brewer; Zachary Hubbard; Jacob Car Toy; Kallie McDaniel; Kenneth Clover; Matthew Tuttle; Donohew; Jean-Luc Dobson; Desiree Caldwell; Brittany Caterina Coffey; Courtney Bailey; Shelli Brown; Zachary Bethany Brawl; Samantha Becknell; Greg Bush; Tyler Wright; Janie Knell; Aaron Gose; Gracie McCarty; Kellie Anthony Wallace; Ashley Buckler; Brackon Curtis; Jesse Tyler Fawns; Nikki White; Frankie Carter; Chris Withrow; Jackson; Dustin Robinson; and Tammy Anderson. \\; ..... FCCLA at BCHS nOn Thursday, November 8, two County High School FCCLA officers, Ashley Calvert and Ward, participated in the first step of their STAR Events which is "Focus on Children". In this project, you a valuable lesson which can help them. They chose stranger safety at the Owingsville Elementary SACC. Their was entitled "A Stranger=Danger", where they talked to the about strangers and even done an activity. A follow-up children is scheduled for a later date. PHIL IP LAWSON REAL F_5 TA TE & AUCTION CO. , j,.,, . , "Serving the areasince 1977" NEW LISTING: 241 Riddle Road, Owingsville - A one story brick ranch sitting on a .5 acre lot located at 241 Riddle Rod. The home has 3 bedroomss and 1 full bathroom and has central heat and air. The home has been completely renovated and is in very good condition. Give Dave a call at 674-3912. $85,000. NEW LISTING: 1376 Old State Road - A 1994 model mobile home with a room addition sitting on a 2 acre tract o?i the Old State Road. The home has 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom. This property ispriced to sell. Give Dave a call at 674-3912 for more info. $27,000. NEW LISTING. 3389 East Fork Road - A new 1.5 story brick residence sitting on a 10.5 acre tract located at 3389 East Fork Road. The residence has 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms with a full basement, which is partially finished. The property has a new metal shed and would be ideal as a small horse or cattle farm. The property is watered by a small creek and is in good fencing. This property has one of the better views in all of Bath County. Give Dave a call for the house of a lifetime. $225,000 I NEW LISTING - 2437 West U.S. - i ,;i: ..:! Highway 60, Owingsville - A one story resi- dence with a very nice lot located on Highway 60 near Owingsville. The home has 2 bed- rooms and 1 full bathroom and would make a nice starter home or rental property. Priced to sell at $32,1300. NEW LISTING - 1259 Blevins Valley Rd., Ow- ingsville - A one story residence sitting on a 2.155 acre lot on the Blevins Valley Rd. The home has 2 BRs. and 1 full BA and has a vinyl siding exterior. The residence is in good condition and the property has a nice location. The property has a small barn and is ideal for horses. $69,900. Give Dave a call at 674-3912. NEW LISTING -479Gossett Hill Road, Sharps- A 2O00 Dutch ouble 000. NEW LISTING: 592 West Hwy. 36, Owingsville - A one story residence sitting on a .5 acre lot located in Owingsville. The home is in good condition and has a convenient location. The home has 1 bedroom and I full bathroom. Give Dave a call at 674-3912. $32,500 NEW LISTING: Vanlandingham Road, Salt Lick - A beautiful 58 acre tract located on the Vanlandingham Road and adjoining the Licking River. The property has a home site which already has city water and is ready to build on. This property has some woods and is an excellent hunting farm. Give Dave a call for more information. 2312 Lick - A Redman doublewid Ling on a .6 )ot located at 2312 Moores Ferry Road near Salt Lid home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and heat and air. The home is in good condition and ready I $79,900. Call Dave at 674-3912 model wide sitting 12.5 cated at Mudlick Road. The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full rooms and is in good condition. The and air and the owners have just added a new above swimming pool. The property has a nice detached an older mobile home. This property is just the ri a small cattle or horse farm. $110,000. Call Dave NEW LISq Highway .... Olympia : : =: ' brand new l )litl 00ltl! sitting on .... Highway Olympia. home has 3 rooms and 2 bathrooms. The home has central and will be ready to move into soon. Give Dave a call a t 3912. $75,000. Koal. al[ - A 1 1/2 frame sittin nice lot at Road. The has 5 bedrooms with 2 full baths. This property 10 minutes of Cave Run. Call Dave. $120,000. NEW LISTING: Bob-O-Link Drive, Owingsville US 60 West: A 110-_ a 1 1/2 story hog a tobacco barn. PropeJU)lllWlke a nice grazi hunting farm. Give Dave a call at 674-3912. $82,500 .!%:::::....- 105 i ........ ii,,:=,iiii !;! ') ..: NEW ....... :===. : School Bethel - A ated on proved 1 located in Bethel. The home has 2 bedrooms bathrooms and central heat and air conditioning. The tu in good condition and ready to move into. Give Dave 674-3912. $35,000 NEW LISTING: Vance Road - One acre + lots of V and are ready for building or doublewides. Give Dave  674-3912. $12,000 per lot/Larger lots are more expel - 1 Acre lots on Adams Road" ! FOR SALE $7,500.00 If you are interested in having an auction on your faro, or personal prope, give us a call at 674-3912.