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Bath County News-Outlook December 4, 2003 villdges m The kindergart- 1st and 2nd grade class in OES&apos; school- care, created and designed Indian for table centerpieces for OES. fll,sgiving dinner, November 19th. Their ss,9iful creations added the finishing touch- saar the wonderful dinner, which was .',d by many. Pictured left to right (1st sg, Erin Dezarn; Sara Crouch; Ben Wells; Emily Wells; and Keely Crouch; (2nd row): Colton Ratliff; Connor Jackson; Dale Curtis; Coleman Hudson; and Madison Cox; (stand- ing): Jaylon Tompkins; Cady Hamm; Devin King; Hunter Holbert; Taylor Ray; Spencer Taul; Bridgettt Clem; Ryan Crouch; kinder- gartner class teacher Willie Jones and 1st and 2nd class teacher, Nichole Wilson. (News-Outlook photo,Harry D. Patrick) in and Bethel Ratliff and Betty Jones and Andrew visited relatives in d, Indiana, recently. Mitchell, the minister at Christian Church, at the Banklick Church, in Covington, family in attendance. children's Christmas practice at the Bethel an Church, will be 10, and 17. liam Snapp, of Carlisle, of Garla Battes and passed away Garla and Beth are hters to J.R. and Betty sympathy goes to the Iaby shower was held zh for Gall Bowles; many attend- and Phyllis and Anna Mae Curtis, 16,Thanksgiving in Lou- A e a_4vith Denny and Angelia 16,Ygs and family. Ste'e were Buck and Jean Smith, Todd Smith and Juanita Gorrell. A double celebration was held at Carter Caves Lodge for Billy and Virginia Ratliff. Not only was it Thanksgiving, but their 50th wedding anniversary. Attending were: Keith, Lynn and Allison Ratliff, of Clark County; Paula and Nicholas Pfister; Audrey Dale, of Sharps- burg; and Mitchell and Glenna Potter, of Clark County. Irene Thornsburg served Thanksgiving dinner to all her family. Jim and Vicky Mitchell, all the little Mitchell,, Jim's par- ents, and Henry and Margie Mitchell, from Missouri, went to Northern Kentucky and spent Thanksgiving Day with Jim's sister, Jackie Webster. Guests of Billy and Judy Hughes, Thanksgiving Day, were Leslie and Colin Baker, of Lexington; and Nathan and Micha, from Cleveland, Ohio. Ryan Sorrell's house guest Friday night was Nicholas Pfister. Erin and Chris Neal enter- tained Erin's family Thanksgiv- ing Day. Guests were: Jo Nicholas Pfister and Virginia Ratliff, visited the Horse Park where they viewed the Southern Lights, plus the gift shop and petting zoo. The Methodist Church held a Thanksgiving dinner, Sunday. Bro. Jim Mitchell and family were special guests. On Sunday morning, there was a beautiful presentation, honoring veterans and their families, which includ- ed videos, table display of mementos, and bulletin board fillers with pictures, going back to WW I. This was organized and directed by Judy Hughes. The church also welcomes their new minister, the Rev. Ben Cain, from Fleming County. Stacy Marshall, of Lexing- ton, is recovering nicely from serious surgery. Her mother, Daisy; spent last week caring for her and also . prepared Thanksgiving dinner for the family, which included Stacy's father, Paul, grandmother Leona, sisters Yolanda, Debbie and children, Bryan and Chris- tina, from Cincinnati. Mort and Erma Razor hostedb a Thanksgiving dinner with all family members in attendance, r| Sharpsburg; Lella Caudili, of Owingsville; Bob Richie, of Olympia; and Ms. Elan's, Thanksgiving Day, number 87. Ms. Elan received cards and gifts from Gladys Myers; Alethia Wills; Oddie Mynhier; Clarine Higgins; Farris Brierley; Katie Jackson; Lella Caudili; Dorothy White; Frances Maze; Robert Carpenter; and Alice Snedegar. Mrs. Opal Banton is back at the senior citizens center. She lad spent the summer at her in French Lick, Indiana. Mrs. Opal will spend the winter at her home on Bath Avenue in Owingsville. Howard Williams, Ms. Elan's brother, visited her Thursday. He had to go to the VA Hospital in Lexington, for a physical check- up. The doctor told Howard that he was some better than he had been at the last checkup. Slate Valley and Wyoming news Mr. and Mrs. James Rice, .and Nathan and Samantha, of Mebane, North Carolina, spent the Thsgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice and Mr. and Mrs. James Rice, and Nathan and Samantha, were din- ner Guests of Mrs. Kay Ratliff, Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Rice, Mr. and Mrs. James Rice, Nathan and Samantha, and Mrs. Kay Ratliff, were supper guests Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley and family Sunday for a Thanksgiving din- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hart and Emily, were dinner guests, Thanksgiving Day, of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hart and Ricky. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hart, Mr. Roger Beadle and Bro. George Martin and Elsie, called on Mrs. Jewell Barber and Mrs. Mary Griffey, at Ridgeway Manor, Sunday. Jewell is feeling better. Mary isn't doing too well. She can speak a few words. Mrs. Kate Jackson was a din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phil  Goodpaster and Aaron, Thanks- giving Day. Mrs. Dottle Goodpaster, Mrs. Marlisue Helphenstine, Aaron Goodpaster and Faith Corbin, called on Mrs. Kate Jackson, Friday night. Mrs. Alma J. Calvert and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Calvert, Mrs. Kate Jackson and Dottle Goodpaster, were at the Hilltop Nursing Home and called on Mrs. Emma Manley and Mrs. Neva Barber. Larry Barber called on his mother, Mrs. Neva Barber, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Yost and B-15 family were Thanksgiving sup- per guests of Toni, Tessa, Tony and Tend, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Vanland- ingham had their family there for Thanksgiving dinner, Thurs- day. The farmers around in the community, are stripping tobac- co and some have already sold. Have an item you want to sell? Place an ad in the Bath County News Outlook Classified Section Stop by the office today! All Ads Require Pre-Payment Now Accepting Patients f i Fred V. Lausd, D.P.M. 112 W. High Street .Nit. Sterling, Ky. Podiatrist Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. Call 859-498-5151 for an appointment Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Youth ATV Sale jor Christmas/ 2004 50 COBRA w/remote control shutoff $1,399 2003 50 Kolt $1,499 2003 90 Kolt ALPHA SPORTS $1,599 Financing Available w.a.c. spent Thanksgiving Richards; Tony, Andy, Heather except for Staff Sgt. Shane 18,is grandmother, Mary and Andrew Thompson; Am- Lewis, who happened to be in 18  Rawlings. He also pre- anda Omohundro; Kenneth and Dallas, Texas at the time. KFX80 i(l'e turkey. Jean Rawlings; and Bette Boone Billy Purvis is a patient at the ,",,la Battes prepared Nichols; for Thanksgiving Eve, Fleming County Hospital with $2,199 iving dinner for her Tony, Sandy and Heather visited pneumonia. KLX110cc Dirt Bike "including J.R. and Betty Barbara Glass and family in $1,599 0 L Carlisle. Ms. Elan's news KLX2SA Dirt Bike er guests of Robby and Saturday night, Keith, Lynn $2,199 and Allison Ratliff, Pau!a and By: Elan Bartley On Wednesday morning, KAWASAKI ...... . : i ..... ,  Alice Snedegar took Ms. Elan 4.99% for 36mo. or  !. ii" i:::iiilr ..........  '?'i::i ....... !!iii  !i'! .............. :i:"'i ...... :!::i!! ........ .Qi!"i Bartley to the Bath County 0/0/0 til Jan. 2005 w.a.c, ,,  day. The seniors played Bingo H" i::i ?:::::!ii  '1 i ii ii Senior Citizen Center for the lb ..... :,:!ii::::,:.i :fill!i" :ii <i!! , '! with Mrs. Farris Brierley doing a.ppy ,- , the calling of the numbers. Katie Hohdays! Jackson served white Bingo. 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