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,,,,.,. ..- TIMES HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 4, 1973, PAGE Christi Greer Christi Darlene Greer, two-and-one-half month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Greer of Route 1, Fordsville died early Wednesday. She was born October 13, 1972 in Ohio County. Surviving besides her parents are four grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Greer, Narrows, the Rev. and Mrs. Roy W. Westerfield, Hartford; four great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Seton Greet, Narrows, Mrs. Katie Johnson, Narrows and Mrs. Goldie Bartlett, Pleasant Ridge. Services were at 2 p.m. Friday at the Martin Funeral Home in Whitesville with the Rev. Leonard Norris, pastor of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, officiating. ,4 rm it Greer Armit Greer, 79, of Whitesville, died at Park View Nursing Home early Wednesday after a lengthy illness. Born March 30, 1893 in Ohio County, he was a son of the late Sam and Mary Lee Ralph Greet. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are a brother, Mack Greer, Owensboro; two sisters, Mrs. Arvin Ralph, Philpot, and Mrs. Russell Mattingly, Ford- Minnie Barrow Mrs. Minnie Bell Barrow, 87, of Route 1, Beaver Dam died early Tuesday at the Ohio County Hospital. Born August 9, 1885 in Butler County, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Ida Bell Mason Gid- comb. She was a member of Sandy Creek Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ida Payton of Hartford and Mrs. Cullie Mpe Ouer of Beaver Dam; two sons, W.H. Barrow of Indianapolis, Indiana and Curtis Barrow of Beaver Dam; two brothers, Cecil Gidcomb of Mt. Carmel, Illinois and Robert Gidcomb of Indianapolis; 18 grand- children; three great- grandchildren. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at the William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam by the Rev. Arnett Williams, pastor of Concord Baptist Church. Burial will be in Sandy Creek Cemetery. ,dmma Ball Mrs. Amma T. Ball, 89, of Fern Terrace Ledge, died at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital early Friday after a short illness. Born July 30, 1883 in Ohio County, she was the daughter of Judson and George Lee Payne George Lee Payne, 63, of 2168 E. 19th St., Owensboro, died at National Health Enterprise early Wed- nesday after a lengthy illness. Born May 30, 1909 in Ohio County, he was a son of William G. and Florella Johnson Payne. He was a retired barber and a member of St. Joseph and St. Paul Catholic parish. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margaret L. Payne; a son Edward L. Payne, Owensboro; a daughter, Mrs. Ray McElroy, Owensboro; a brother, Jess Payne, Pellville, Ky.; four sisters, Mrs. Albert Corley, Pellville, Mrs. Norman Spurrier and Mrs. Stirman Brooks, beth of Deanfield, Mrs. Virgil Shultz, Ford- sville, and four grand- children. Services were at 10 a.m. Friday at the St. Paul's Catholic Church with the Rev. Edward A. Jones, assistant pastor, officiating. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. The Haley-McGinnis and Owensboro Funeral Home was in charge. Stanley Bellamy Stanley Bellamy, 64, of Whitesville, died at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital late Thursday after a lengthy illness. Born May 13, 1908, in Ohio County, he was the son of the late Benjamin H. Bellamy and Mathis Marthelia Ware Bellamy. He was employed by the Tennessee Valley Authority in Paradise, Ky. He was a member of the Whitesville Christian Church and a veteran of World War II. , Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Violet Lee Bellamy; two sons, Stanley Wayne Belllamy of Brazil, Indiana and Michael D. Bellamy of sville. Margaret Turley Ashby. She O w e n s b o r o ; t h r e e S was a member of the Third dau,hter o Mis  ,^: ervlces were at 10 a m Ba tis .....  ' o ,.u, ,  . . ". p t nurcn ana was Bellam,, ,r n ...... k^.^ , l,rioay at the Martin -reced ........ : ......... ,,.u; - . p eu in aeam Dy ner Mrs V;,,;o- n ....... :: vuneral Home in h .......... " .............. usoana, ArvII tt Uall in Whitesville with the Rev. 1954 Fordsville and Mrs. Mar-  IehnCain; pastor of ,the., 7,;" "'n ar thelia Ford of Owensboro `4. K. Anderson g "(ire . Andrew Karl Anderson, 89, of 5114 Ky. 144 died at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital early Thursday after a lengthy illness. Born January 17, 1683 in Ohio County he was a son of Reuben and Sophronia Anderson. He was a retired mail carrier serving Hartford for 19 years and Henderson County for 20 years,. He was a member of the First Christian Church. He was a member of the Maccabees Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Birdie Anderson, of Daviess County; a daughter, Mrs. Katheryne Hawton of Daviess County, four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Services were at 1 p.m. Saturday at the James H. Davis Funeral Home with the Hey. Dr. Thomas A. Norvell, pastor of the First Christian Church, of- ficiating. Burial was in Oak- wood Cemetery in Hartford. Services were conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Delbert J. Glenn Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. David Nelson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of- ficiating. Tannie Davis Mrs. Tannie Frances Davis, 86, of 212 E. 8th St., Beaver Dam, died early Wednesday at the Ohio County Hospital. Born November 21, 1886 in Warren County, she was the daughter of the late Granville and Sarah Hooper Schroader. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Dossie Hellen Bratcher of Beaver Dam and Mrs. Jerlean Earl of Beaver Dam; two grandchildren, six great- grandchildren and a great- great-grandchild. The funeral was at I p.m. Friday at the William L. Danks Funeral Home. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery in Bowling Green. Whitesville with the Rev. Wallace Morris who is pastor of the Forest Park Baptist Church in Bowling Green officiating. Burial was in Sunnydale Cemetery, Ohio County. Ufe Unes What conditions or diseases can Chiropractic heal? The Chiropractor's job is not to heal, treat or cure anything. His job is to remove interference from the LIFE FORCE that animates the living body. The Chiropractor does not adjust patients to make them feel good--be adjusts them to relieve in- terference so the power that created the body can make them well again. Disease is not a thing, rather disease is the absence of something. The something that is absent is LIFE - the LIFE FORCE of the body.Darkness is the absence of light. You don't have to fight a war against darkness - you don't have to "cure it". All that is necessary is to remove the blockage and let the light in. As light returns - darkness disappears. So it is with the human body--remove the in- terference and disease disappears as a natural consequence. if a person is not well and gets adjusted by a competent Chiropractor, he gets well as a kind of side benefit. The Chiropractor is a doctor of health rather than a doctor of medicine and disease. His is the positive approach to life and health. Presented in the interest of public health by: llartford Chiropractic Layman's Assn., Hartford, Kentucky. REPERTOIRE By Wellington Matthews Bananas During the Christmas holidays, at the ending of one year and at the beginning of another, there is always time to reminisce. Today we take the items that are offered for sale in our grocery stores and markets as common place, but this was not always the case. Not only during the Christmas season are we able to buy fresh fruit and vegetables--but all winter long. The use of fresh radishes, green onions, lettuce, celery, bananas, oranges and other perishable items are now a part of our diet all through the long cold days of winter. But this was not always the case. Just a few years ago we cherished the last tomatoes we picked from the garden in the fall. We were out in early spring before the last snow had hardly melted burning a bed in which we would plant radishes and lettuce. We would check the bed almost daily in eager anticipation for the time they would be large enough to eat. The little onion sets were sometimes set out in the mud in our eagerness for the taste of these tender morsels. Apples were the only fruit that could be bought at the local grocery all winter long. Not too many years ago we looked forward to the time when just a few days before Christmas the store would have for sale a limited amount of celery, oranges, cranberries and bananas. Now bananas were really the big deal and because the demand for them was so great it even got to the point that you could buy bananas at times other than Christmas. Whenever a store had bananas for sale they were displayed close to the front window for all who passed by to see. They were shipped by rail from the wholesaler either in Owensboro or Louisville to Fordsville. They were wrapped in brown paper then packed with straw into a tall crate for shipment. When they were received at the store a small rope was fastened to the stalk and it was pulled up by a pulley for display. Not only were the bananas a big treat but they provided side benefits. When the bananas were all sold there was a big demand for the stalk. It would have been almost im- possible to find a chicken house anywhere in the whole community that didn't have an old dried up banana stalk hanging in it. The belief prevailed that the chicken mites would collect on it and it could then be burned thus ridding your chickens of mites. The lightweight crate also made a wonderful collector in which to deposit dirty clothes. You could use the unadorned crate as it was when Walter Richards or Mr. Jones gave it to you. Or you could really have a fancy dirty clones barrell by covering it with left over scraps of wall paper. ' -i(-/: -" " .... Teachers To Meet The Retired Teachers' Club will meet Saturday January 6, 1973 at the Ohio County Courthouse at 10:00 a.m. Following the regular business meeting, officers for the coming year will be elected. All members are urged to be present. '*':::::: ":: ...................... :'": :'::: ::::"::'::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ......... ':" ":::ii::i iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iii!iii!iiii!!ii!iii!iiiiii!ii!iiii!!iiiiiii!iiiii!iNi!iiiiiiii!!iii:iiii!iiAi:iiiiiii Dine In or Carry Out Special containers keep it hot till you get home. House Of Pizza Mid-Town Plaza, Beaver Dam, Ky. Phone 274-7251 We'll fix any kind you want Rosine Perso (omitted last week) taken to the Ohio County Wendell Allen spent Hospital where she is several days this week with confined and is to undergo his brother, Sgt. and Mrs. X-rays and treatment. On David Allen and family of Sunday, dinner guests also Ft. Knox. included Mr. Hobart Spec. 4 Greg Hill of Fort Campbell and Jimmie Hill, his brother of Louisville spent the holidays with Mr. Kessinger and Mrs. Kenny Love of Spencer, Indiana. All of Mrs. Mae Leach's children, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rondall Allen, James Leach and family of Mike and Gay. Horse Branch, Mr. and Mrs. ..... Noble Leach of Hartford, Mr. Edward Martenez, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. head of the watch depart- Leach and family of Ford- ment of Zales Corporation of sville, Rev. and Mrs. James New York City, and his son Hall and family and Mr. and Eddie Jr. of Brooklyn, N.Y. arrived in Rosine Saturday to spend the holilays with Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Taylor and family. He is a friend of Valeta Taylor of the Mrs. Loran Leach and family of Hartford visited her. Both of our churches report a very enjoyable time Catalogue Department of at the Christmas program Zales Corp. in lDallas, given last week at both Texas. Other visitors of the churches. Taylors were Miss Leonard ..... Norine Taylor of Dallas, John Probus and family of Mr. and Mrs. James Cottrell Bloomington, Illinois, Mr. and son of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Probus of and Mrs. James Taylor of Chicago, Ill. spent the McHenry. On Christmas holidays with their parents, day Sarah Malburg was Mr. and Mrs. Les Probus. Mr. and Allen observed I wedding Christmas Day. Mr. and Dukes and holidays as daughter Mrs., Taylor, Mr. Te family of Sunday guests Mrs. Hobart Mr. and Mrs. of Utica, Mr Wallace of and son Bobbie Texas, Mrs. and Miss Ann Bowling Green. To report contact Mr. 274-3756. Mr. Thomas Dorado, Illinois, Hazel Greer of ] Ky. were guests weekend of Mrs. Carie Statement Of Conditi BANK OF DUNDEE, DUNDEE, KY. At Close Of Business, December 30, RESOURCES Loans and Discounts U.S. Bonds Municipal Bonds Banking House, Fixtures and Furniture Cash and due from other Banks TOTAL LIABILITIES  Capital  .... Surplus Undivided Profits Reserve for Bad Debts Reserve for Taxes Deposits Other Liabilities TOTAL $1,775,978.21 651,503.44 173,5 96.84 17,000.00 496,632.43 $3,114,710.92 $ 6o, ooo, oo 120,000.00 114,939.62 29, 089.33 4,700. O0 2,785,981.97 NONE $3,114,710.92 ,.et ieeeoe leeee@eeeeeeeeeeeee@eeeee@eeeeQeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeleeeeQ : 100 FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES VISIT : hi O]0000jLU,O.0000jL00O :OCCASIONAL 25% OFF LAMPS 1/2 : 0 ckers : : Select Group : :CHAIRS : WASHER F RYERS : "World Famous o endability" . : Kel00tnator : Oldest Maker Of Refrigerators For The Home HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS SALE : Air Conditioners eDish Washers : Home Freezers Ranges 0 : Beaver Dam :K.tuck, We Service The Appliances We Sell p,o.,. : 274-3297 : 000ooooooooooooooooeo41, Q@o$o@e,0@@$m@@@@&@eoooo@@oooeo@@@ \