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/ News-Outlook December 11, 2003 Featu es- k DIANE: a huuuuge dilemma Y hands. You're my only boyfriend of five years, proposed to me this I was the happi- in the world. I have of my wedding my life, and for five have been dreaming of day with Ian at now, here I am three my whole world down all around -' problem? Ian is a colos- Wars fan. He has in our house filled with and collectibles. wants us to have a Star wedding, with him as Vader and I as Queen friends in the Storm Legion are all plan- the wedding in Storm Trooper including body J and other like light want to decorate the hall to look like the bay of an Imperial to say, I am by the idea. I am a Star Trek fan and counted on having performed by the captain of the local Starship chapter I belong to. I told Ian of my desire to have a proper Federation wed- ding ceremony, and he looked at me like I'd just asked him if he wanted to go on an orphan- slapping spree. What are we going to do? The wedding is supposed to take place on New Year's Eve. There isn't much time. CAN'T FEEL THE FORCE IN FRESNO DEAR FORCE: I'm going to assume this isn't a joke letter (I hope you don't take offense), and answer you as best as I can. Mixed marriages are often filled with challenges, and plan- ning yours and lan's wedding will be the first and biggest chal- lenge of all. The answer is simple: Do both. Have his friends come as Star Wars characters and your friends attend in their Star Trek regalia. When they arrive at the hall, the ushers can ask, "Friends of the Force or friends of the Federation?" and seat them accordingly. Have your captain perform the ceremony alongside a Jedi. Live long and prosper. And may the Force be with you. 2003 King Features Synd.. Inc. Ms. Elan's news By: Elan Bartley On Tuesday morning, Dale and Willa Crabtree took Ms. Elan Bartley to the Wellness Program at Mt. Sterling, in the Community Civic Center. The program was started off by Catherine Riley wishing every- one a Happy Thanksgiving and then recognizing the ones that had birthdays in November. Catherine's birthday was November 21 and Ms. Elan's was November 27, on Thanks- giving Day this year. Then a, woman that had lived in Honduras told abut her life in that country. Now she teaches Spanish in the Montgomery County school system. Then a man told about growing up in Costa Rica and answered ques- tions from the seniors who were very interested in his country. He received an Albright Scholarship to come to UK to further his education. He now is teaching Spanish at MSU. His wife is his childhood sweetheart and they have several children. Ms. Elan had a birthday card for Catherine Riley with the Bath County Senior Citizens name on it. The ones that Ms. Elan saw from Bath County were: Anna Laura Barber; Sudie W. Curtis; Opal Bunton; Gladys Myers; Beulah Crouch; Opal Hickey; and Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Opal Bunton and Mrs. Willa Crab- tree drew a door prize. A deli- cious lunch was served by the Mt. Sterling Recreation Club. from GA and Mrs. Billy T. Hunt, Deanna, of Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hunt, of Mt. Sterling and Hunt, of Carlisle, spent holiday with Hunt and Chris, in )n about the baby, an error was made maternal great-grand- "s name, for Karalyne Swartz. It should have Frizzell". We for the error. Fork news Goldy Leona Goldy spent afternoon with Mrs. School attendance and Mrs. Rick Staviski Ldren spent Sunday with Mrs. Randy Staviski. Routt spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Aitkin Buckler l'hanksgiving guests of Deborah Ann. Black spent Fday 'ith Carl Black. and Mrs. Meriel Camp- the weekend with and Mrs. Kenneth Routt weekend with Mr. and Royalty. Hammock family en- dinner with her children. Anderson has been a virus. Randy Buckler be very sick. news Crouch birthday wishes to Marshall is recuperat- surgery and doing Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jones entertained their family for Thanksgiving. The Bethel Community Church will be having their Christmas dinner following ser- vices December 14th. Gayle and Carolin Crouch attended the Masonic Christmas dinner in Owingsville, Friday night. , Shannon Ab!gail Adams Thomas ..... Roussos was Local student to-be matron of honor at the wedding of Miss Myra Combs, of Jackson, last weekend. The event was held in Alabama. Bethel Community Church had a successful bake sale last weekend. The pastor and congregation at the Bethel Community Church would like to say what great successes the bake sale and yard sale were. The Christmas dinner for the church will be December 14, following morning worship service. May God richly bless you and your family during this Christmas season. speaker at MSU's winter commencement Abigail Adams Thomas, of Owingsville, who wants to de- vote her career to teaching at the secondary level, will be the stu- dent speaker for Morehead State University's Winter Com- mencement this Saturday, Dec- ember 13. During the program, MSU President Ronald G. Eaglin will confer graduate and undergradu- ate degrees on more than 500 candidates, during exercises that begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Academic-Athletic Center. U.S. Rep. Harold D. (Hal) Rogers of 00T00tHAT 1:00 4:15 7:30 9:,50 00ENTH FRAME 930 Camargo Rd., Mt. 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During the hour- long tour, students saw the manufacturing process from start to finish. The plant turns out a new vehicle every 52 seconds, and consumers' favorite color for the 2003 Camry is silver. Somerset will receive an hon- orary Doctor of Public Service degree. Thomas, a candidate for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Eng- lish with certification in Secondary Education, is cur- rently completing the clinical practice semester, where she is doing her student teaching at Montgomery County Senior High School, in Mt. Sterling, A Dean's List student, Thomas is a graduating senior in the Caudill College of Humani- ties. She was named the Outstanding Student in English and the Outstanding Under- zraduate in English, Foreign Language and Philosophy in 2003. A member of MSU's Lady Eagles basketball team for four years, Thomas was the recipient of the Bobby Laughlin/Len Miller Award in 2003. Attending MSU on a Regents Scholarship, she earned the Ohio Valley Conference Academic Medal of Honor and was named to the .Ohio-Valley Conference Com- missioner's Honor Roll in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003. Thomas is the girl's freshman basketball coach for Mont- gomery County. In the spring semester, she will remain at MCSHS, coaching freshman basketball, while looking for a permanent teaching position. Because of her love of the sport, she was basketball camp instructor for three summers, providing instruction on basket- ball skills in small groups and counseling campers on college preparation. On campus, she was a mem- ber of the Alcohol Task Force Committee and the Student- Athlete Advisory Committee and was inducted into the Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. In the community, she was active in MSU's Lady Eagles Big Sister/Little Sister-Ball Girl Program with elementary and middle school girls, a volunteer with development of the Rowan County Children's Advocb, cy House, and Cleffefd Ele/fien-" tavy School's Fall Festival. The daughter of Chuck and Teresa Adams, of Morehead, and a graduate of Rowan County Senior High School, she married Morehead native Gary Thomas in August. Her younger brother, Dustin, is an MSU sophomore. Holiday I iltll)V* 28 Month Certificate of Deposit * Minimum Deposit of $1,000.00. 2.60% interest rate equals 2.63% Annual Percentage Yield. The Annual Percentage Yield assumes interest will remain on deposit until maturity. Fees and penalties may reduce earnings. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. No broker deposits accepted. Other restrictions may apply. Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of December 11, 2003 and is subject to change without notice. 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