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THE GOOD OLD DAYS v is Hill School- 1909-10 picture of Sarvis Hill School was made in 1909 and brought to the TIMES office by Clay Shown of Route the front row, left to right, are Earl Ralph, Morel aver, Cecil Stewart, ElvEs Hoover, Noel Patton, Clay William Brooks and Ernest Allen. the second row are Ella Belle Brooks, Ethel ttoover: ta Hoover, Lora Hoover, Gracie Allen, Maple Hoag- Maple Brooks, Dora Hoover, Trecie Westerfield, Henry Hazel Dawson, and Henrietta Dawson. In the third row are Kate Hoover, Ernest Bartlett, Lillian Richardson, Marvin Hoover, Alice Hoover, Myrtle Richardson, Vernon Hoover, Edna Hoover, Hopert Hoag- land, Cliffie Dawson, Lettie Hoover, Nina Moseley, Oner Hoover, Flora Hoover and Ivan Hoagland. In the back row are Jimmy D. Hoover, Tusho Ralph, Archie D. Hoover, Owen Brooks, Percy Westerfield, Arvin Hoover, Archie Alien, Ed Hoover, Johnny Albin, Ellis Hoover. Teacher of the school was Captain Shown. ion Grove School- 1927 Ls picture of Union Grove School was madein 1927. It brought to the TIMES office by Mrs. Una Ward of 3, Hartford. the front row, left to right, are John Ray Bratcher, Johnson, Glendon Sandefur, Buel Bennett Kermit Cook, Delmar Bennett, Talmage Ben- and Willard Harris. In the second row are Ctto Bratcher, Thurman Albin, Una Plummer, Grace Haycraft, Minnie Haycraft, Ina Barrett, Mary Frances Brown, Mattie Oglesby, Lillian Haycraft, Glanna Shultz. In the back row are Anna Plummet, Flora Plummer, Thelma Albin, Lillian Bratcher, Theron Cook, Mary Belle Barrett, Ruby Sandefur, Myrtle Embry and Miss Annie Shultz (teacher). Susan Ganote Entertains With Holiday Luncheon Saturday, December 28, Mrs. Susan Hunter Ganote entertained with a Holiday Luncheon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hunter. Those present were airs. Brookie Hunter Gaff, Mrs. Elaine tturst Seltz, Mrs. DelorEs Eskridge and Mrs. Sharon Stokes. The five were classmates at Hartford High Schoolo Susan now resides in Louisville, but is moving to Indianapolis in the near future. rtown Junior Class- 1928 picture of the Junior Class at Centertown High School was made in 1928. In the left to right, are Anna Altha Ross, Douglas Morton, and Elizabeth Montgomery In the back are Fred Stenberg, ElvEs Brown (teacher), and Levi Glaspie. Friday night dinner guests of air. and airs. Richard Casey and family were Mr. and Mrs. DEckle Casey and Wendy and air. and Mrs. Aaron Kessinger and Terri Beth. Theocca- sion was Mrs. DEckle C asey' s birthday. Cool SprinEs Society Mrs. R. E. Kintnmonth (omitted last week) Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richard Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Roach of Dundee, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders and little daughter, Kelly of Panama, Mr. Philip Roach and Miss Karen Ivy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and little daug.hter Kathy. Miss Linda and Brenda Knight who are attending nursing school, Louisville, are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Knight and brother Rich- ard. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brown and daughter, Mary Ann, visited their son, Jimmy Brown of Texas during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kinin- month, Mrs. Clyde Embry of Cool Sprins, and Mr. Maurice Kininmonth of Louisville were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Holly of Premiss. Mrs. Velma Kendell and Mrs. Robert Marshall and baby daughter, spent Christmas with Mrs. Mar- shall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kendell of Warren, Michigan. Mr. Clyde Embry is still confined in Extensive Care wing of the Ohio County Hospital and is improving slowly. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Fulton during the Christmas holidays were their children and families. They were Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Fulton of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fulton of Louis- ville, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Oller of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ferguson and son, Larry, and daughter, Vicki of Cromwell, Mrs. Fulton's sister, Mrs. Daisy Locker, Owensboro. College students home for Christmas holidays are Miss Mary Ann Brown, Mr. Kelth Porter, and Miss Sou,.hard. @,1 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moore of Owensboro visit- ed with Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. Vada Lou Kitchens during the holi- days. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mad- dox and Mr. and Mrs. War- ren Maddox visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dortch Satur- day, December 21, andtak- en them a beautiful cedar tree home for their Christ- mas tree. Sincerely, Mrs. R.E. Kininmonth. Wishing the Times and all its staff a great 1969. Cromwell Society News By Mrs. Marion Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Hudnall LaMaster of Evansville, Indiana were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Fred Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis of Hartford were Monday guests of her aunt Mrs. Clayborn Pirtle and Kenneth. Mrs. Archie Plummer, Mrs. Gordon Sellers, Mrs. Lillian Mitchell were recent guests of their uncle Mr. Woodrow Burgess and Mrs. Burgess. Mrs. Lucille Morthwel and Authur Havens are patients in the Ohio County Hospital. O** Mrs. Ethel Haven and Maxie are visiting Mrs. Haven's daughters, Mrs. Wayne Crowe, Mrs. Roy Berry and Mrs. Rayburn Rafferty and families of E lizabethtown. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Burden have returned home after spending a week with their daughter, Mrs. John Cal- loway and Mr. Calloway of Copperas Cove, Texas. Mr. Calloway is stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. They al- so spent the night with Mr. Burden's aunt, Mrs. Birdie Dizcons of Roe, Arkansas. Brown's .... Valley Notes By Mrs. Elizabeth Edge (omitted last week) Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. James Clark who were married at St. Anthony's Catholic Church Saturday, December 28, 1968. May God Bless their married life is our wish for this nice young couple. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Payne are both patients in Our Lady of Mercy Hospital in Owensboro, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Carroway and son Dale visited relatives from Christmas Eve until Sat- urday night, December 28, in different parts of Arkan- sas. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Edge of Owensboro, Kentucky visited his mother, Mrs. Hugh Edge of Browns Valley Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Payne of 3034 Allen Street spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Payne's aunt, Mrs. Hugh Edge of Browns Valley. Mrs. Elizabeth Edge of Browns Valley, Kentucky received a long distance phone call Saturday night from her son, Anthony Edge in Cleveland, Ohio, telling her he was moving to Mil- waukee, Wisconsin in a few weeks and the Ohio County Times would follow him alon too. Army Private First Class Allen Gene Car- raway, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest A. Carraway, Route 3, Utica, Kentucky, was assigned November 24th to the 1st Infantry Div- ision near DiAn, Vietnam, as a heavy machine me- chanic. Dr. Barney Elliott, a na- tive of Morganfield has joined Doctors D. C. Ben- nett and Robert Johnson in the general practice of medicine at the Beaver Dam Medical Arts Build- ing. Dr. Elliott, 33, is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of ,., o.,o00o o.,. TIMES Your Pklure Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 9, 1909 3 New Panther Magan Station Creek News News By Mrs. Aldra Patton (omitted last week) Mr. and Mrs. ElmerGil- bert visited their daughter in Louisville over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fuqua and family. Their two grandsons came home with them to spend a few days until New Years'. Mrs. Henrietta Taylor has been a patient In the Owensbero-Daviess Co- unty Hospital and has re- turned home. Mrs. Beck Taylor has re- turned from the hospital and is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ratliff's brother and family have been visiting his sis- ter, Mrs. Mary Ratliff. Mr. Randy Westerfield has been ill and not feel- ing much better. Mrs. Ava Hudson was in Whitesville enroute to Owensboro and visited with friends. Mrs. Hattie Roach is get- tlng along nicely on her crutches, hope she will be walking without them soon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Taylor, Rev. Ben C. Tay- lor, Douglas and Aldra Pat- ton were dinner uests of Mr. Patton's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Colyer. Mrs. Claude Payne has been ill with the flu this past week. Mrs. Irlan Snyder has been ill and was unable to attend church at New Pan- ther Creek Church. We hope she will soon be well. We missed her. Mrs. Ramie Taylor has been ill with the flu but is improving. Mrs. Ona Burch from California has been visit- ing friends and relatives here these past few weeks. Medicine and interned at *** MerCY Hospital, Spring- Everyone seemed tohave field, Ohio. He has bee h 'nice Christmas and re- medical director of the Breckinridge Job Corps Center in Morganfield, Kentucky. He, his wife and their four children have been living in Owensboro, Ken- tucky, but plan to move to Ohio County shortly. Dr. Elliott is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Elliott of Owensboro, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Corley, Philpot, Kentucky had as their guest on De- cember 21, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Payton, Gary and Sheryl Dawn, Mr. and Mrs. David Keen and children, Robbin and David from Mt. Vernon, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tate and son from Centralla, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Worth- ington and sons, W. G. and Junior, Utica, Kentucky, Route i, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Horton, Owensboro, Ken- tucky, Danny Horton, Tenn- essee, United States Navy, a friend, Ann Riney, Ow- ensboro and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Vanover, Calhoun, Kentucky. An enjoyable evening was had by all. Mr. Carley0 daughter and family were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Haron Oak- Icy and family, Nancy, Sara Jane, Cathy, David and Joey of Louisville. The day was enjoyed by all. celved lots of nice gifts. Mr.' L.C. McKinley seems a little better. He is making his home with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helm. Mrs. Stella Ralph (omitted last week) Mr. Marvin Robeyfrom Illinois was last week's uest of his mother, Mrs. ra Doolin and Mr. Doolin. Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Ralph were Christmas guests of their daughter, Mrs. Randal Muffett, Mr. Muffett and son David. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McPherson were Mrs. McPherson's father, Mr. McCarty of Fordsville and sister, Geneva from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. HomerSapp were last week guests of Mrs. Sapp's mother, Mrs. Archie Johnson. Mrs. Stella Ralph has been confined to her home several days with the flu. Mrs. Rethel Miller and grandson, Tommy MerE- dith are both on the sick Hst. Mr. Willie Muffett is home and improving. BUILDING A NEW HOME? ASK YOUR BUILDER ABOUT Chrysler Airtemp CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING Healing & Furnace Repairs See P otter-Leach Hardware Phone 298-3361 A IIIII IIII Stockholders' Annual Meeting The Annual MeetinE Of The Shareholders Of The 0HI0 COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Hartford, Kentucky, For The Transaction Of Any Business That May Come Before The MeetinE, Will Be Held At The Office Of Said Association On The 15th Day Of January, 1969, At 2:00 O'Clock, P.M. Respectfully Yours, James 0. Wallace Secretary I I iii ilt Miller-Schapmire Funeral Home, Inc. Danny Air Conditioned 0xyEen Equipped 24-Hour Ambulance Service Hartford, Kentucky Phone 298-3201