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' News-Outlook December 2003 Features. A-3 DIANE: am 14 years old, and I know what to do. My I is in a relationship with a ,"Larry", who drinks and at her a lot. I hate it here Wish I could live some- else. brother "Tim" has been stealing money from purse so he can buy games and other things. has been blaming Larry and there have been fights over the stolen haven't said anything, be- I'm hoping this will be straw and maybe will finally kick Larry it doesn't seem to be Larry is still here, things are getting worse. don't know what to do. help me. FED-UP IN FARGO FARGO: na so sorry you have to be in the middle of this situ- you need to talk to your and tell him he must pay !every cent he's stolen from r rnother. If she is to make a Larry, she's going to levery penny she has to sup- Fork news W. Goldy and Mrs. Kevin Carr callers Monday morning of Leona Goldy. Staviski children spent eekend with Mr. and Mrs. England. Williams spent night with Cecelia and Mrs. Earl Conyers their family Satur- night for Thanksgiving. and;Mrs: Bi!ly ck, of spent last w] ithCarl and Betty Tincher have to Florida for the winter. and Mrs. Paul Lyman, of Carolina, visited Mrs. a Goldy, Saturday. Leona Goldy got a call evening from her Bessie, of Marion, all were well out and Mrs. Gone Howrd the wekened in Michigan family. Opal Bailey held a dinner Thursday her family. and Mrs. David Shrout Thanksgiving guests, for Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Deb, Lucille Garner, Bailey, Janice Shrout, Marcia Stamm and Jim tsaw enter- with family dinner for ThanksgiviNg. Lucille Garner enjoyed out Thursday at Cracker Barrel with her and Mrs. Tom Withrow all their family with Thanksgiving community is enjoying scene that Mr. and Kevin Can- have up on and Mrs. Asa G. Hall Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Leona Goldy and Goldy as guests. Valley and g news Hart and Ricky were at lidgeway Nursing Home ng line is y at 5p.m. Call Mary today for assistance 674-2181 port your family. If he refuses, tell him you will tell your moth- er the truth. Next, you must go to an adult you can confide in: a favorite teacher, school counselor or nurse, minister or even your principal. You must tell them about the abuse in your home. You say Larry yells at your mother a lot. This is verbal abuse, and it is only the first step toward physi- cal abuse and violence. Your mother is in a dangerous situa- tion, and she is going to need your help and the support of oth- ers to break free of this man. I'm serious. You must talk to someone who can help. You are only 14, and you cannot shoul- der this burden alone. Thank you for writing me. I pray you will heed my advice and seek the help you and your family need. Please write back to let me know how things go. I know you feel you are alone, but you aren't. There are people who care about you and want to help. GOd bless. Send letters to Diane c/o King Features Weekly Sen, ice, PO. Box 5364 75, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or e-mail her at dianeadvice @ aol. com. ) 2()3 King Features Synd., Inc. Tuesday to see Mrs. Mary Griffey. She has improved some since her stroke recently. She Bikers for a good cause  For Thanksgiving Day, these "bikers" got together and gath- ered canned goods and other food for the Bethel Community Church for the people "in need" for Thanksgiving. This picture was taken on Stepstone Road, in front of the Southern Brothers MC (Motorcycle Club), where they say, they "just hang out". These gen- tlemen have hearts of gold, because not only do they donate this food every Thanksgiving, they are active in raising money for children in need and making sure the kids in Bath County who need toys for Christmas, get them. They are, from the left: James "Headshot" Edmonson; James "Babo" Long; Lucian "Tiger" Allen: James "Cannonball" Meade; Pastor Roy Stacy, of the Bethel Community Church; and Bobby "Six-Pack" Edmonson. (News-Outlook photo, Harry D. Patrick) talks some now. Mrs. Dottle Goodpaster, Bill Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manley and Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Butcher were at Mrs. Kate Jackson's, Sunday. Mrs. Kate Jackson and fami- ly visited with Mrs. Emma Manley, Sunday afternoon, at the Hilltop Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thomp- son and Taylor visited with Mr. pd Mrs. Willie Vanlannhm rtil aitqlnld. hsr i gr,ndpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Van- landingham. Scott is feeling better since he had a stint put in his ear last week. Grace is not feeling too good. Her legs are still giving her trou- ble. Junior Gray is doing better and is able to do some work on the fan now. Mrs. Francis Snedegar re- mains about the same. Emily Highley spent Sunday afternoon with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma E Highley. Bro. George and Elsie Martin called on Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Whitton, Sunday. Tanner Whitton has been feeling bad the past few days. He has had the strep throat. He is feeling some better. Bethel news By: Gayle Crouch Bethel Elementary School had a very successful Fall Festival. The teachers, parents, and janitors, are to be com- nended for all their hard work. " Congra[d]iiion tli'fiipal i.a Henddrson  Jg/"B ethel teachers and students, on their outstanding test scores. Lorena Saunders and Betty Hunt have been attending a revival in Mt. Sterling. Bobby and Carolin Crouch were in Morehead one day last week. The Bethel community sends sympathy to the family of for- mer resident Ellen Vice. Wrayjean Hunt. Laura Razor, and Wrayann were in Lex-iug- ton, Friday. Helen Razor has ben a recent visitor of Chase Roussos and Gayle Crouch. J.D. Corbin and David Cot- bin were in Cincinnati, Ohio, httr ITH FRAME C 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. Sterling, KY (859) 497-2518 Timeline ,3 1:15; 4:00 Cat in the Hat  1:10; 3:15; 5:20; 7:25; 9:30 Elf G Gothika R 1:15; 3:40; 6:10; 8:30; 10:40 7:00; 9:15 The Missing  1:20; 4:20; 7:15; 10:10 The Last Samurai R 1:05; 4:15: 7:30; 10:45 The Haunted Mansion  1:00; 3:05; 5:10; 7:15; 9:20; 11:25 Sterling Lanes & TENTH FRAME CINEMAS For showtime information please call 497-2517 or 497-251& Book Your Birthday Party or Group/Cosmic Bowling Friday & Saturday (Midnight-3 a.m.) Call for Reservations, 859.498.7755 last week. Gayle Crouch attended a breakfast Wednesday morning at the Bath County Board Office. The occasion was honor- ing all Bath County school bus drivers. Bunning announces federal funds for. BVFD t U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning said the Emergency Preparedness and Response Directorate of the Department of Homeland Secur- ity (DHS) has awarded the Bethel Volunteer Fire Depart- ment $68,580 in federal fund- ing, as part of the 2003 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. This funding will be used for fire operations and fire- fighter safety programs. This includes training, wellness and fitness, firefighting equipment, personal protective equipment, and modifications to fire sta- tions and facilities. "These funds are vital to ensuring that our Kentucky firefighters have the tools necessary to handle emer- gencies in the safest and most effective manner possible." S, atwtda00, 6 9 am. Join Us For Good Company and Refreshments at our New Branch Bank in the Miller Plaza, Owingsville Register for these Door Prizes 1 UK 100 Years of Tradition Basketball #380 of a Limited Edition of 2003 Hand Held Color TV Toshiba DVD/CD Player You may register at both locations until Friday 2:30 at the Downtown Location until 10:00 a.m. Saturday at the Branch Location Remember our Downtown Location Is Now Closed on Saturdays