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Li THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of December 12- December 19, 2002 4 Whitney Elizabeth Small and Richard Jason Crump Small, Crump engagement and forthcoming marriage announced David and Nyla Small and Rickey and Linda Crump announce the en- gagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Whitney Elizabeth and Richard Jason. The wedding will take place De- cember 21, at 4:30 p.m., at the Mid- land First Church of God. Family and friends are invited to attend. A reception will be held im- mediately following the ceremony, at Farmers Fire and Rescue Station, on Ky 801 North. Omission Two names were omitted from the article on Richardson's IGA Christmas dinner in last week's Out- look. They were Diana Brown and Deborah Jackson. Fire Taxing District monthly meeting set The regular monthly meeting of the Bath County Fire Taxing District will be held Wednesday, December 18 at 7:00 p.m. at the Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department. Tabitha Bromagen Bromagen crowned Grand Supreme winner Tabitha DeSha Bromagen, age 6, of Mt. Sterling, formerly of Sharps- burg, was crowned Grand Supreme winner in the Second Annual Fall Extravaganza pageant held in West Liberty on November 1  , She also won trophies for over-,all Best Casualwear, Best Personality, and overall Highest Score in Casual- wear. In her age division she was crowned Beauty winner and first runner-up in casuaiwear, also pretti- est smile, eyes and hair, plus best attire. Tabitha is the daughter of Brian and Carol Bromagen of Mt. Sterling. She is a student at Mt. Sterling Ele- Vet Benefits Field Rep to be in town A Veterans Benefits Field Repre- sentative with the Kentucky Depart- ment of Veterans Affairs, will be at the Bath County Courthouse, in Ow- ingsville, the third Tuesday of each month, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., on a wa}k-in basis, or an appointment can be arranged on a different day, by calling 674-9963. This is a free service, provided by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, De- partment of Veterans Affairs. Veter- ans and their families will be given counseling and assistance in apply- ing for Federal and State Veterans Benefits. If you have any questions pertaining to Veterans benefits, call 1-866-376-0308. Leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible. _mentary. . ................................ , ...... Get the best results from your advertising dollar - The News-Outlook is read by everyone! I I I I III Women's Conference Saturday, December 1# - 10:30 a.m. Anointed Speaker: Angle Hall * Morn leave the kids with Dad and be blessed She will also bring the word Saturday Night at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Jamie Stump and congregation welcomes everyone ' I I I ' '1 I The East Fork Church. of 6od presents its annual Christmas Program "The Birthday of the/ling" This year there will be two special performances that you will not want to missl $oturdo!l, December 14, 2002 6 Sundog, December 15, 2002 7:00 p.m. flightly Pastor Harmon and congregation invite everyone to come and join us in this special celebration of Jesus Christi ff you would like more information, please contact Mike Harmon at 674-6957. Santa comes to town--Saturday morning, the man in the red suit paid a visit to various places in Owingsville including the Owingsville Homemakers Club Annual Christmas Bazaar at the Owingsville Christian Church. Here, the jolly old fellow greeted Kim Hunt-Price and children and her mother, Dorothy Hunt. (News- Outlook photo, Ken Metz) "Mamaw" Day celebrates Thanksgiving Ida Mac Day, a lifelong resident of Salt Lick, made family history with her Thanksgiving celebration this year. For the first time ever, she had all of her children, grandchil- dren, and great-grandchildren togeth- er in the same place, at the same time. The 32 members of the Day fam- ily would not fit in Ida's house, so the Midland Church of God hospitably opened its doors to the group. Ida's four children: Bill Day; Marie Jen- kins; Gene Day; and Wanda McFar- land, came together with their fami- lies for a memorable feast. The children played, the adults reminisced and caught up with each other, and Ida "Mamaw" Day was in the center of it all. The holiday ended with a round of group pictures, to mark the historic family event. Senior Citizens Menu, week of Dec. 16 -- Chicken patty/bun; green beans; lettuce, onion, tomato, pickle; mayonnaise; tropical fruit mix; and milk. -- Meatloaf; buttered whole potato; California mixed veg- etables; yeast roll; margarine; yel- low cake/chocolate frosting; and milk. Wednesday -- Chicken fried steak/gravy; buttered peas; creamy cole slaw; white meat; margarine; fresh apple; and milk.  r._....2 -- Navy beans/ham bits; golden hominy; kale greens; corn- bread: margarine; vanilla ice cream; and milk. Bath County Animal Rescue meeting On Tuesday, December 17, at 6 p.m., at the Bath County Memorial Library, in the large meeting room on the second floor, there will be a meeting of the Bath County Animal Rescue organization. There is an elevator to the second floor for the physically challenged. We are a new group and we meet once a month. We welcome new members who would like to save Benefit Chili Supper for Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department Saturday, December 14, 2002 Time: 4:00 -7:00 p.m. Adults- $5.00 Ages 6 to 12- $3.00 o 6 & Under- Free Pictures Taken With Santa 3.00 Each THANKS AND APPRECIATION We, the Veterans of World War II, would like to thank all the people who so graciously gave of their time and expense of having the Apprecfation Breakfast in our honor at the Owingsville First Church of God this past Saturday morning. Our thanks also to those responsible for the caps which we will wear with pride. Everything was wonderful and will never be forgotten. The Sunday, December 15 12 - 5 p.m. Family Life Center Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Ave., Owingsville At the bazaar-.-Saturday's Bath County Homemaker's zaar at the Owingsville First Christian Church on Main brought out members of the county homemakers' clubs, families and various residents to enjoy country ham and chili dogs and a variety of baked goods. They also had hand Christmas items for sale as well. Here Kaye Ratliff and Beth Ratliff (at the head of the table) enjoy some refreshments annual fundraiser. (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) homeless animals from euthaniza- tion, by fostering them until they can be adopted. For our county officials, we des- perately need funding to help pro- vide food and shelter for these ani- mals. Your help and interest is need- ed. Please come support our cause. For membership forms, donations, or any questions, call President Judy Burchett, at home, 1-606-683-2442; shop, 1-606-683-4292; or Secretary Pat Gates, at 1-606-683-2104; cell, 1-859-233-6287. Christmas party at BCMS set for Saturday, Dec. 14 The Bath County Adult Ed and Steps to Success Program, would like to invite everyone to a Christmas party, hosted by Christians America and the Russellville' of Christ, will be held on December 14, at 2 p.m. County Middle School. Everyone is invited and aged to join the fun. There  special treats and gifts for J children. Santa and his hel be there with lots of ilies will also be given Christmas blessings. 4 Tell the you saw his ad The He will a it. And so will we. We would like to thank the First Church of God, Bro. Rice, he various business leaders, donors, and all those who prepared food for the Bath County World War Veterans. It was well attended and deeply appreciated by the men and families of our veterans. The hat also a thoughtful tribute to them. It was such a nice way to say you for their service to our countrg. World War II ffler your family enjoys the drive through the spettacular ght show, park and come in for more fun at these indoor attrattions, All are FREE with admission unless otherwise noted. , Petting Zoo , l:ide the l'lini-train and trolley , The Talking Tree , l'luseum of the Horse ,.Winne.rs' Cirde Gift Shop , I'10del Trains Check the Special Event Board located In Visitor Information for special weekend exhibits. , Creative Camera Club , Gingerbread Castles , Arts & OaRs Fair , Area Performers , Calumet Trophies , Photo with Santa throu2h Dec 9.5 ($4)