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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 4, 1973 14 OHIO C,6' I/NTY SOCI00 E VE]00rT Mr. & Mrs. Michael Brent Ferguson Zachary -- Ferguson ows Solemnized Decemo 23rd Miss Janet Sue Zachary and Mr. Michael Brent Ferguson were united in marriage December 23 at 2 p.m. at Settle Memorial United Methodist Church in Owensboro. Dr. Emil McAdams, pastor of the church, presisided at the double ring ceremony. He was assisted by Rev. Glenn Armstrong, pastor of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce Zachary, 2049 Fernwood, Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ferguson, 521 South Lafayette, Beaver Dam, are parents of the groom The altar setting was arranged with brass can- delabra entwined with seasonal greenery. Musical selections in- cluded a favorite of the bride couple. "We've Only Just Begun" presented by Mrs. Charles Nobel, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her formal gown of ivory satin featured Juliet sleeves of organza and bands of wide lace. Her triple tiered veil was of imported ivory illusion. Lace covered the ivory satin bow that was accented with seed pearls and iridescent crystals. Her bouquet was a cascade of white cymbidium orchids interspersed with Yule greenery. The groom's sister, Miss Brenda Ferguson, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sandy Spaulding cousin of the bride from Indianapolis, Indiana, and Mrs. Rick Riley of Owen- sboro. They wore identical hunter green velvet empire gowns trimmed with ivory lace. Their headdresses were braided coronets of gold roping and green velvet accented with holly berries and teardrop pearls. These were designed by the bride's mother. Each carried a single red Christmas rose. The groom's best man was Eddie Heflin of Beaver Dam. Groomsmen were Kelley Reid of Beaver Dam and Gene King of Hartford. Guests were seated by Steve Snodgrass and Stan Snodgrass, cousins of the groom from Centertown, and David Zachary, the bride's brother of Owen- sboro. Mrs. Zachary chose for her daughter's wedding a pale pink chiffon dress with matching accessories and a white carnation corsage. The groom's mother chose a mint green dress with matching accessories and a white carnation corsage. A reception was held at 3 p.m. in the Citizens Room at Citizens State Bank. The room featured arrangements of holly and poinsettas. The bride's table was covered with a lace cloth and was centered with an arrangement of holly and snapdragons. Serving refreshments were Miss Marla Smaltz, cousin of the groom from Hartford, and Miss Debra Clark and Miss Cheryl Cecil, both of Owensboro. Guests were registered by Mrs. Nick Shelton of Owensboro. Seated with the families of the bridal couple were Mrs. Rollie H. Zachary of Evansville, Indiana, paternal grandmother of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snodgrass of Cen- tertown, maternal grand- parents of the groom. Other out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spaulding and Jeffery of Indianapolis, Indiana: Mr, and Mrs. Lavern Rewerts of Kankakee. Illinois: Mrs. Leroy Ross of Oakland City, Indiana: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross of Titusville, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Romans of YPsilanti. Michigan. Others were from Bremen, Centertown. Beaver Dam, and Hartford. Kentucky; Beaver Dam News Guests Help Joneses Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones had as guests Sunday af- ternoon (their 71st wedding anniversary) their son, Miles Jones and wife, and son, Byran of Owensboro, their daughter, Mrs. Pauline James, and granddaughter, Mrs. Martha Sue Tichenor and children Carl Wayne and Ann of Hartford. Also Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell of Owensborovisited them. Then New Year's Day, Mr. Jones's nephew, Charles Jones and wife of Louisville had dinner with them. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Jackson of Cloverport, Ky. were welcome visitors in Ohio County last week. They visited at the Ohio County Hospital with their friends, Mr. Clem Schroader, Mrs. Bess Chick and Miss Mary Brown. It is always good to have their visits. Dr. Wayne Moore, Dean of Men at Georgetown College and Dr. Carolyn Moore, elementary supervisors of teachers at Georgetown College, and children, Kathy and Steve visited Carolyn's parents, Mr. Earl Chick at home and Mrs. Chick at the Ohio County Hospital. Mrs. Evelyn Park and Mrs. William Barnes and daughters, Barbara and Patricia. Other guests Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barnes Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Barnes all of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blanchard spent Christmas with their son, Rodney Blanchard of Richmond, Missouri. They returned home last Tuesday. Then on Wednesday their son Randall of Vine Grove visited them until Thur- sday. Their daughter, Mrs. Albert Saire and children, Eddie, Jeff, and Roxie Ann of Owensboro spent New Year's Day with them. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ashby and Ronnie spent last Thursday night with her mother, Mrs. Labern Likens. Mr. and Mrs. Labern Likens Jr. have returned home after spending the holidays in Florida. Mr. Kermitt Ramsey and wife, Opal, of Chattanooga, Tennessee spent Christmas week with her mother,Mrs. Roda Haven. Then her son, Jess Haven and wife, Rose of Louisville spent from Wednesday until Friday with her. Geneva Haven of Cromwell and Ellen Chinn visited with her in the af- L Miss Traceye Davis June were Christmas Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. ternoon on New Year's ay Davis - Laws Engageme00.00 Harvey Marksbury, Jr, of ' Sunday =afternoon, Mr. --,, Owensboro. ' n ..... and Mrs. Willis Sumner of i sixtiet Miss June Park was a Lewisburg, andMrs. A.T. Plans Announc l sary o guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Daisy ! Sumner of Drakesboro pile Kuyl visited with Miss Mary r Ethel Carrie Gossom of Oakland, Kentucky this past week. Brown at Ohio County Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. ...... Davis, Beaver Dam, an- Gossom and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooke were Sunday To report Beaver Dam guests of Miss Jessie Park news contact Miss Mary E. nounce the engagement of their daughter, Traceye ied Jan Davis to David R. : --- of Mr. and Mrs. 0 of Dundee. he Di Beaverand MrS.Dam.Mable Blanton of Brown, 274-4971. lflCC UGLY "MEN'S FACTORY OUl LET' Mr. and'Mrs. Harvey-=---=:::=:::::-==-:-=-=: L, UOL"FAT" Luce and sn, David f I y'l i!:'':t!"i;2:(iZ'!:( .,, ,xe,, ... DON-ALLEN TAILORING. help to control water ColAmcai ,juore-Next to Bon(zltZ(:l-Owlmsbofo, ! Christianburg, Va. spent the PURD ,o,o.,,,,., w,,,. holiday week with his 't'l',Oe rturlt'wtay t0V;ly s.St.'OMYonfea  I I r I JAN. 2 : t,n T,che, parents, Mr. and Mrs. FURNITURE Horton Luce. They also had open 10 A.M. - IO P.M. Tues. thnJ Set. l lr as guests Christmas night, Hartford, Ky. II their son-in-law, Dr. Arnold I D0wFIt0wn 0weflsb0r0 BEAVER DAM DRUGS Beaver Dam, Ky. SLACKS : Robinson and children Wide Belt Loops - Ram Bottoms l Debbie and Paul. |.m.,----D-- l 2 PAIR Foe $10 ' ,, Mrs. Opal Luce has ;JOt Oi'?lf o /l**; returned home after Double o,, I Pal spending the holidays with I RCA Ficlor ! Mr. and Mrs. CharlesLuce IS A SPORT COATS I and family, Mr. and Mrs. L [C Dave Douglas and family, $24" u, Dooble ' Mrs. Ruby Snyder and 0 BILL IflMES children, relatives of i 200 E. 2nd St., i O APPLIANCe ! Hammond, Indiana. I/ilil Ir Mr. andMrs.BryanBarnes ! Owensboro o o SHIR ! spent Christmas holidays at FREE .,N , a ! We Servtce Our Own l Bowling GreenwithMr. and , F,r,t& Daviessand , GHWAY 231 , $ 4, L First & Allen Streets  ! HI ! Rq. Sl' | s-sa-rofo l/ Winslow and Vincennes, , - -- ,. -- -- -- ,D -D 2) |, Indiana. Shirts To Sizes ' SPORT COAT SIZES 1 TIES- BELTS- SWEATERS-JEANS 40 DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS ......... OI After a wedding trip to southern Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson will reside at 2652 Berkshire Road, Brek- man Village, Augusta, Georgia, while the groom is stationed in the U.S. Army at Ft. Gordon, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson are both graduates of Western Kentucky University. W. E, BROW N INSURANCEAGENCY l 11 (:enter (ree, t P. (). l|ox 44 Ilartford, Kentucky 42347 FOR' YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARMOwNERS, LIFE, LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE: Licensed agents: W. E. Brown. Etheline Brown )HONES: office 298-3473 (across from post office), residence 298-3181 I [I I BANKAMERICARD MASTER CHAItli ! ITS MOTTO'. 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