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Bath County News - Outlook
Owingsville, Kentucky
February 28, 2002     Bath County News - Outlook
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Li THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 28 - March 7, 2002 Mr. and Mrs. Damon Smith Staley, Smith unite in marriage on February 2 Staley of Sharpsburg, sister of the bride. Best Man was Doyle King ot Mr. Sterling, friend of tilc groom The bride is a 1997 graduate ot Bath County High School aml a !I) I graduate of Morehead State tiili cl sity with a Bachelors ..'f %. icncc dc gree in Agribusiness The groom is a 1994 graduate of Montgomery County High School He is the owner of Smith Genmal Contracting of Sharpsburg. After a honeymoon m Memco, the couple is now residing m Sharp- sburg. Mr. and Mrs. Damon Smith were united in marriage on February 2, 2002, at the home of Irene Pelfrey in Sharpsburg, KY. The bride is the daughter of Ken and Paula Staley of Sharpsburg. The groom is the son of Debra Durham of Huntsville, AL, and Jimmy Smith of Jeffersonville. Grandparents of the bride are Irene and the late Homer Pelfrey of Sharp- sburg. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of Mt. Sterling and Owens and Mildred Ockerman of Carlisle. Maid of Honor was Leigh Ann Bethel news by Gayle Crouch Carolin and Gayle Crouch enjoyed lunch 'with Mir. and Mrs. Elmer "h- itaker and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whi- taker at the Campbell House in Lex- ington, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed King were in Nashville, Tenn. last weekend visit- ing their son Micheal King. While there they attended a show at the Grand Ole Opry and visited the Nash- ville Mall. Mrs. Gertrude Jolly, mother of Phyllis King, celebrated her 90th birthday on February 18th. A party was given at her home in Flemings- burg Monday afternoon. Carolin and Gaye Crouch attend a party at the home of Maggie Rob- erts, in Owingsville last Saturday. Teresa Micheal is busy looking for her lost Jack Russell puppy. Carolyn Crouch attended t he buri- al of Elwood Denniston in Mt. Ster- ling last Thursday. Owingsville Woman's Club will Meet on March 7. Gardening is the topi, given by guest speaker Gary Hamilton. The meeting will be held in the old courtroom at 7 p.m. Joetta Goodpaster, Maggie Rob- erts and Gayle Crouch enjoyed lunch Monday. Gayle and Carolin Crouch visited dr. and Mrs. Luthur Hollar of Carl- isle, Sunday February 17. The Earl Razor family enjoyed spending Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Shan Razor of Montgomery County. Jeff Robinson was relieved to find his three lost dogs. Edward Gonqalas was thrilled to finally find his cow. It was seen in the yard of Gayle Crouch, the Bethel School yard and the farm of Jim Bowling. Caleb Crouch, son of Mr and Mrs. Rob Crouch, has been a recent visitor of his great grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Bobby Crouch. Hilltop Lodge news Greenia Craycraft and Stanley Trimble visited with Fanme Trimble this week. Birdie and Christine Moore visit- ed with Mrs. Opal Alexander. Jane Manley from Florida is spending this week with her mother Mrs. Opal Alexander. Juanita Jones has been coming and playing bingo with the residents. Brenda Blevins visited with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Adams. ()lh- Barbara Ann Johnson Johnson, Jones announce engagement, I,,m and Agnes Turner of Ow- m'vlle, announce the engagement ol lhelr daughtcn. Barbara Ann Johlp,Jn Of I.exingtom to Timothy er Jsitors were Annie Adams and ludy Highley France,; McGlothin visited with Bob Crmch, Margaret Hawkins. Beulah Jones and Emma Manley. Rev. Billy Harmon held services Sunday. The residents enjoyed the group of singers from the East Fork Church of God. Also the Abounding Grace Assembly of God Church with Bro. Wes ('rouch Recent visitors Mn. and Mrs. Lew Oliver had as recent visitors: Mr. and Mrs. Burl McGIothm, Mrs. Golda Copher and Scmlet flora Mt. Sterling; Mr. and Mrs.. JeH-y Wells from Ezel; Mr. and Mrs. Neal ()liver and girls from lr- virle: Janice Caitlin and Nicholas Oliver trom Whinchester" Frank Gfirell, Marcella Christy, Phyllis Henderson, Henry Staton, Chester Copher, Mrs. Emma Highley, Doris ork, Danita Richardson, Phyllis and l.eslie Cowers and her friend Mrs. St, die Robbins and Mrs. Naomi Cur- tis. Birthday dinner There was a birthday dinner Sun- day at the home of Danny, Karen and Emily HaWs. It was for Danny who turned 45 and Addison who turned 72. Those attending were Addison Bailey, Della B. Bailey, Ford, Dolo- ris, Richy Hart, Frank and Juanita ii Lunch Dznne00 Open Dai y at 8:00 a.m. wedding date Ray Jones of Elsmere. The wedding will take place June 29th, 2(X)2, in Owingsville. 67q47486 Gorrell, Gordie, Eleanor, Dustin, Brittany Bailey, Jordon Snedegar, Dickie, Leslie, Richard Gordon, Lacey Jo Sparks, Joey, Tammie, Jer- mey, Dustin, Caden, Mchenna Sk- aggs, Amanda Green, Bobbie Jean- nie, Tyler Riddell and Marjore Kin- caid. Annual Teen Court Conference The fifth annual statewide Teen Court Conference, sponsored by the administrative office of the courts (AOC), will be held on March 1, 2002 at the Paroquet Conference Centre in Shepherdsville, KY. Teen Court, a dispositional court t\\;w first time formal court juvenile offenders, was implemented in 1992 by the Kentucky Supreme Court and is administered by AOC. Currently Teen Court programs operate in these counties: Barren, Boone/Campbell/ Kenton, Boyd, Boyle/Mercer, Bul- litt, Christian, Clark, Daviess, Fay- ette, Franklin, Graves, Hardin'Larue/ Nelson, Harrison, Henderson, Jef- ferson (3 courts), McCracken, Mad- ison, Oldham, Pendleton, Pike, Scott, Shelby and Warren. On March I st approximately 200 student participants, District Judges, Local Coordinators and others will attend this annual conference. To find out more about this pro- gram, contact Jeanie Lyles Mitchell or Robin Winkfield at the AOC by calling 502-573-2350, writing to Teen Court Program, AOC, 100 Millcreek Park, Frankfort, KY 40601, or E-mail Ms. Mitchell at Senior volunteers entertained The senior volunteers from the Kentucky Center for Traditional Music. This event took place on Thursday, February 21, 2002, at the Perkins Center in Morehead. Repre- sentation was there from Bath, Mont- gomery and Rowan counties. The theme for the wellness this month was music. The majority of the audi- ence were native Kentuckians, and being members of the older popula- tion, they remembered when fami- lies played music together as one of their main sources of entertainment. The musicians were pleasantly sur- prised to have requests from a very knowledgeable audience on Appa- lachian traditional music. Two Bath County participants even got up and danced to the peppy music. Thanks to Juanita Jones and Geneva Gross. The musicians who entertained were: Jesse Wells, Sandy Knipp and Don Rigsby, director of the newly estab- lished Kentucky Center for Tradi- tional Music. Willa Crabtree, a Bath County RSVP volunteer led the group through a series of chair exercises to promote flexibility and overall well being. Willa is a retired registered nurse and lives with her husband Dale, in Bath County. Everyone enjoyed a potluck lunch. After the lunch, a group took part in a quiz on "Aging Myths or Truths". Then they were led down memory lane as they were asked if they re- membered many and various things that took place in the 1940's. Catherine Riley, Project director for the MSU Retired and Senior Attention Smokers: Go the Smoke-free Way The Cooper:Clayton Method To Stop Smoking Program can help. The next session begins on Tuesday, March 12, 2002at 4:30p.m. Class meets one hour, once a week for 13 weeks at the Gateway District Health DePartment Conference Room. Registration is free. For more information contact Mona McClain at (606) 674-6396. Volunteer Pro the wellness al announcements. ness program will on March 21, will be two fold, for the older popul,' ment on humor. furnished by March and April the seniors ety of knitting and color. This vide groups willing nursing homes and needed items. The will be April 18, Center in Mr. Sterlir be provided by Montgomery Cou Commission. May the last event until May event All are and encouraged to ness events. the Corporation for vice, United Way County and sity. Attendin Farris Brierle, va Gross, Dale Curry, Juanita Willa Crabtree Betha Corwin. ie Curtis. Gladvs ton, Elan Bartley, Correction In the February of the Bath Count the engagement Larry Coffey and contained the wron The couple will March 23, 2002. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. 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