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TIMEff c k p 0,! Jgc hi" --- ..... Barbara Barnes ' ... .... .... Oortch.nd Tony o,, , nesday hristmas day guests of eveni, Honored With " . and Mre. RayChance[ Society News Mr. ,oo rlene Arnold, Mr. and Bowers and Miss Floe Bridal Shower  [: ..... i" Mrs. Dane Young and Bowers spentSaturday Mr. Boyce Taylor granddaughter of Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Indiana. ' for and Barbara. A bridal shower was given for Miss Barbara Barnes, Saturday night, January 4 at the Tllford Hotel by Su- zanne Schapmlre and Joyce Dill. The color scheme of green and yellow was car- ried out in the decoration. Mrs. Hattie Johnson was the winner of the door prize. Refreshments of punch and cake were served to the 20 guests present. Miss Barnes received many nice and useful gifts. Barbara is the bride- elect of Mr. Jerry Black of Beaver Dam. They will be married January 25. Phone 274-3756 Coming home for the holi.- days to visit his friends and relatives here was Grand Ole Opry Star Bill Monroe from Nashville;and broth- ers Birch Monroe of Martinville, Indiana, Char- lie Monroe and sister Bertha Monroe. $$$ Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Alien and Wendell and Mrs. David Al- len and daughter were Pvt. and Mrs. Jerry Allen of Panacea, Florida. Pvt. Al- len is stationed at Fort Knox. Mrs. Allen will re- main here with the Aliens for a few months. Pvt. Long from Albany, Georgia also visited over the weekend. *$$ Funeral services were conducted Wednesday for Mrs. Flossie Probus, a well known resident of this community. Mrs. Probus suffered a fatal heart attack early Tuesday morning. Many workers from here were unable to report to their work on Monday morning because of the heavy snow and hazardous roads. Robert and Bill Ferguson of Whiting were guests over the weekend of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Ferguson. David Basham,who has been stationed in Vietnam, has been transferred to a base in Okinawa. He isthe son of Mrs. Lorine Clark. Mrs. Clark already has one son, Sp/4 Jerry Clark, serving in Vietnam and there is not supposed to be two. sons serving in that country at one time. Miss Opal Taylor, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Taylor, who has been spending her vacation for the past several days)re- turned to her studies at the Spencerian Business Col= lege in Louisville last Friday. Wendell Allen is to be one of the featured singers at a benefit for the under- privileged children in and around Fordsville. This benefit will be held at the FordsviIle High School. Dans Station Happenings By Mrs. Claude Ford Mrs. Douglas Ford who has been on the sick list for some time is improv- ing and hopes to be able to go back to work Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Baize are spending the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Joy Payton, Mr. Payton and Sue Ann. Mrs. James Etter of Whiting, Indiana visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wilson last week and while they were there called on some old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Willis of Premiss called on the Claude Fords Monday night. Charles Maiden who underwent surgery at the Ohio County Hospital on Friday is reported to be doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Proffit and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cooksey called on Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ford last week. Rev. Ernest Whitley and family have been on the sick mrs. Carlton Daniel, 1;ocietv Editor PERSONALS Pete Oillstrap will under- o surgery on his knee riday at the Memorial Hospital, Nashville. Pete injured his knee recently. He is the captain of the basketball team at Cum- berland College of Lebanon, Tennessee. Donald Sandefur entered the Ohio County Hospital Sunday afternoon for sur- gery on the nerves in his arm. Miss Karen Stewart re- turned to Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Sunday, after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Virgil Stewart, and grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Llles and aunt, Miss Dorthy Llles. Rev. Bobby Hardtson has returned to Clinton, Missi- ssippi, where he is a student after spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Blanch Hardison and grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Martin. $$$ Mrs. Wallace Brown, Madisonvllle, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Armstrong, Rev. Arm- strong and daughters. Jerry Barnes, a senior at the University of Kentucky, Lexington., spent two days last week in Orlando, Florida, where he was interviewed for a job. $$* Mr. andMrs. Bruce Wad- ley and Teresa returned to their home in Statesboro, Georgia Thursday after spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes, Kathy and Mary Beth. They visited Bruce's sister, Mrs. David Slaughters and family in  Hopkinsville on Sunday. William Sandefur visited his cousin Mrs. Mary Helen Greet and her husband en- route to Washington, D. C. this week where he was Interviewed concerning employment after gradua- tion. William is a senior at the University of Ken- tucky. Dlckie Sandefur returned to Lexington this week. The boys spent Christmas va- cation with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton Sandefur and family. ,I,*$ Jean Brown is a patient at the Ohio County Hospital, a victim of the flu. *** Dinner guests New Year's Eve of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kelly and Ted were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Sercie James and Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hazel- rlgg, all of Hartford; Mrs. Eleanor Potter of Owens- boro; Mrs. Alice Daniel and Mrs. Hannah Belle Daniel, Carl David and Freddie Dale Brown. list the past two weeks. Sunday night guests at Claude Fords were Paul Grant, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ford, Mona and Kevin, Mrs. Sam Sandefur and Mrs. J. L. Ford, Carol Ford and Sherman Taylor. Mrs. Sam Sandefur' and Mona Ford visited Mrs. Steve Chapman and baby recently. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ford visited Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Morris and Penny. Miss Ada Elizabeth Stith Stith - Patton Wedding Plans Announced Mr. Wayne Stith of 2700 Veatch Road, Owensboro, Kentucky, and Mrs. Norma Lee Denny of Fort Wayne, Indiana, announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Ada Elizabeth, to Kenneth Floyd Patton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Patton, 129 Taylor Mine Road, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Miss Stith is a graduate of Owensboro High School. Mr. Patton is a graduate Fairview Society N ews Mrs. Doris Young Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Spinks and Anna were, Billy Basham, Janice Crumes; Dwayne and Paxton Filback. Mr. and Mrs. Linnie A1- fen spent a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Spinks. *** Miss Brenda Wilson spent a few days with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson of Chicago, Illinois over the Christmas holi- days. Mrs. Jewell Crumes and family spent New Year's day with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Stoy Geary and family. Mrs. Mirtle Filback re- turned home from the Ow- ensboro Daviess County Hospital Thursday after- noon. She is at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Spinks. Mr. and Mrs. Paxton Fil- back and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Na- bours last Saturday night. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Nabours were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nabours, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Nabours, Mrs. Lou Della Maze and Becky, and Cathy, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Filback and daugh- ter of Hammond, Indiana, and Mr. Rudy Phelps and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phelps and Jeff. A delicious pot luck lunch was enjoyed by all. *** We would like to extend our sympathy to the family of Mr. Adam Wright who passed away last week. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Nabours and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Wendell of Ohio County High School and attended Owensboro Vocational School. He is presently employed at Tichenor's Chev. - Olds. and Buick, Inc. in Hart,- ford, Kentucky. The Wedding is planned for January 19, 1969, 2:30 p.m., at the Beaver Dam ' Baptist Church. No formal invitations will be issued. Friends and relatives are invited. Cool Springs Society News Mrs. R. E. Kintnmonth Mr. and Mrs, Lenden jOHer had their son Mr. Tomy,,,O!.]qr wie,, d apolis, Indiana as guests over the New Year holi- days. Mrs. Irene Sullivan of Ennis, Kentucky, mother of Mr. Cecil Dortch, is spend- ing some time with him and his family after having sur- gery at Nashville, Ten- nessee. Christmas day dinner guests of Mrs. Maud Hines were her four children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Royal of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phelps and sons, Route 1, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. V. Phelps and sons, Route 1, Beaver Dam and Mr. B. Hines and family of Me- Henry. Mrs. Kitty Lee Maddox of Beaver Dam is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. J. Erwin, Mr. Erwin and family. Mr. Clyde Embry re- turned from the Ohio County Hospital and Nur- sing Care last week. He is somewhat better, but not well. Our sympathy goes to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Brown and their father Claude, over the death of their wife and mother, Mrs. Lena Allen Brown. She diedat the Ohio County Hospital recently after a long illness. Young and family Saturday evening. Thoae on the sick list in our community' are Mr. Jack Ward, Mrs. Gertrude Crowder and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Camp. Nurphys Announce Birth Of Daushter Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mur- phy of Dundee are the proud parents of a daughter born Monday, January 6, at the Owensboro Davless Count) Hospital. The young lady tipped the scales at 8 pounds 3 ounces and has been namedShelley Jean. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Turner of Dundee. Pa- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Murphy. They also have another daughter, Less, who will be five in March. Mrs. Gordon Rhoades of Hartford, Route 3 fell on ice Monday morning in front of the Montpelier Glove Company in Hartford where she is employed and broke her right arm. The doctor also reported that there is a chance that her left leg may be broken. She was taken to the Ohio County Hospital and later moved to the Owensboro Daviess County Hospltal where she will be a patient for two weeks or longer. $$$ Mrs. Herbert Jett of Fordsvllle is a patient at the Owensboro Davtess C oo9y:Hgspital with a her condition. Her hus- bahl', ........ 'flerbe't, is ill at home with the flu. Mrs. Rills Rhoades of Owensboro is ill at her home in Owensboro with the flu. Miss Marilyn Ttchenor returned to Western Ken- tucky University Sunday after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allison Tichenor and other relatives. *$* Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward of Memphis, Tennessee spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.M. Miller, Senior of Hartford and his mother Mrs. Walt- rude Ward of Owensboro. Llttle Misses Tummy and Beth Whittaker, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittaker, are both sick with the flu. $$$ Little Miss Belinda Mil- ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Miller, Junior of Hartford, has been sick with an ear infection and tonsilitis. Monday dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Senior of Iron Mountain Road, were their son Mr. Kenneth Wright, Mrs. Wright, Kenneth II, Kathy and Krtss. The oc- casion was Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wright's 10th anniversary. Miss Cee Cee Burge re- turned to school at High- land Academy, Portland, Tennessee Sunday after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Burge of Hartford. 274 3 4 96 Mrs:'Lillie Givens is in Miss Flossle Wilson " the Ohio County Hospital, moved to her new Hartford, Kentucky. built by Bud *** McHenry, Kentucky. McHenry Rev. and Mrs. James *** Craigmyleandfamtly spent Mr. Donnie Do: the holidays in Rockport. Memphis, Tennessee q])U iLIIIAcIA'u Kerry Dortch of Mrs. Irene Sullivan who visited Sunday , has been a patient at Van- with Mr. and Mrs. ' ,. , '.(; ,,. ,, ,, ,, :: derbilt Hospital has been Dortch and Mr. and Mrs. Hultt Hfl!ai-d o,, :  released and is spending Larry Dortch. a few days with Mr. and *** Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Cecil Dortch. Mrs. Zona Coy s Rock, Phillip and Roger, *** few days visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Redgie Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander of Bowling Masonville, Kentucky. Harold Davis and Jenna Green, Kentucky are *** went to Whiting, Indiana spending a few days with Mrs. Doris St last weekend to visit Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mason. visited Sunday and Mrs. Kenny Rock and *** with Miss Flossie Wil their new baby and also Mr. Miss Flossie Wilson *** and Mrs, Freddie Rock and visited Miss Mary Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Rodfer Mrs. Rock's sister, Myrl Beaver Dam, Kentuckylast son of Valley Station, and family.  week. tucky spent Saturday Terry and Thomas HiI- . ,. ...... ,. Sunday with Mr. and S. R. R:oger Givens is J.A. Wilson. .... ' lard visited their sister and improving and is now in *** family, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Convalescence Hospital in Miss Flossie Midkiff, Louisville over the Greaf es, Illinois. spent the day with weekend. , i .:*,*:.* Mary Brown and ** A New Year'sEve dinner Ross, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Ash- was held at the Rockport tucky on December 26. by and Miss Peggy James Presbyterian Church. A *** of Frankfort, Kentucky delicious dinner was serv- Mr. and Mrs. visited their parents, Mr. ed by the ladies of the Singleton and Ronnie and Mrs, Vernie Ashbyand church. After the dinner, the Christmas family, a surprise house warming with Mrs. Singleton's ** shower was given honoring ents in Arkansas. Mrs. S. A. Moseley has Miss Flossie Wilson. Many *** returned home from the' beautiful and useful gifts hospital. Several others were received. Christmas day guesu here are ill at this time. *** Mr. and Mrs. ** Dinner guests Sunday of Dortch and Tony Kirk Leach died early Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Mrs. Ann Lee Chinn, Thursday morning at the Dortch and Tony were Mr. Flossie Wilson, Mr. Ohio County Rest Home. and Mrs. Larry Dortchand Mrs. J. A. Wilson. He was from McHenry and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .noon guests were Mr. was buried here Saturday. J.A. Wilson and Mrs. Mrs. Dannie Decker. James Leach, Fordsville, C.F. Brown and Mary Ann is a brother. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. ** *** Decker and baby of Kenneth ;Moseiey was A baby shower honoring Dam visited Mr. and dinner guest Saturday night Mrs. Kelly Maddox was Herman Kin$Tuesday. of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mose- held at the Rockport Bap- ley. tist Church, January 3 at Mr. and Mrs. Dale ** 7 o'clock. Mrs. Maddox er, Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Baker received many beautiful were home for $$$ Burns and family, Beaver gifts. Punch and cake was Dam, visited Mr. and Mrs. served to the many guests. SP4 CecilGeary and Willis Napier and family *** Geary from Lawton, 0 Sunday. Congratulations to Mr. homa are visiting with ** and Mrs. Dannie Decker and Mrs. Edd S Several of Mrs. J, W, who are the proud parents Blackburn's children and of a daughter born Decem- Rockport friends grandchildren visited her ber 26. ,Weighing7poun0s, neighbors want to ov6 h:hblid'd:' - ,': she will answer to the name their sympathy ttr' of Sheri Ly!an. A r,., ., :. ; family of Henry Beck. Mr. and 'Ms. C6hrad  ,i%,; . :' : :. ! Graham had the following Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wel- Christmas day guests at theirhome during horn of Leltchfield are Mr. andMrs. W. L. the holidays: Mr. and Mrs. proud parents of a daughter Senior and famil' Connie Graham and family, born December 27. and Mrs. Dannie Petersburg, Indiana, Mr. *** Mr. and Mrs. W. L. and Mrs. Jimmy Graham Mr. and Mrs. Larry and children, Mr. and Lisa, Louisville, Monty Dortch and daughter of Iowa WitHe Decker and Ray Graham and Miss Park, Texas spent theholi- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Sheryl Moore, Whiting, In- days with Mr. Dortch's Seiger of Nelson diana, Mr. and Mrs. Larry parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ,*** Leach, Hartford, Connie ter Dortch and Tony. Mr. and;Mrs, C[ Francis Of the United States *** and Mar Army and Miss Janice Miss Flossie Wilson was mas holidays Smith and Mr. and Mrs. dinner guest December 24 their son, Mri Roy Francis. at the home of Misses (Pete) Brown in ** Dorothy and Helen Park. Texas. Rev. and Mrs. Pete Leach *** and family, Beaver Dam Mrs. Henry Beck is visit- *** and the Berchell Leach ing her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. family have been recent Charles Rowe of Owens- Givens and son, guests of their parents, Mr. boro, Kentucky. Texas spent and Mrs. Joy Leach. .... ...... *** with their parents, Mr;i Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Mrs. Robert. Givens Beaver Dam Robinsorl and daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G, " West  Louisville visited ner. Woman's Club Friedaland LodEs Williamses Host To Heet Elects, Officers Pre-Christmas The Beaver Dam Wo- Friedaland Lodge #863, man's Club will meet Horse Branch, Kentucky, tonight, January 9, atHotel elected the following offi- Partl 00riend Tilford, 7:15 p.m. "Community ..... Privilege cers to serve for the , coming year. and Responsibilities' will Mr. and Mrs. be the subject theme.of the: , W.H. Sandefur, Master; Morton Williams Merle Ford, Senior War- program. Mrs. Darrell rained with a Taylor is program chair- den; Bill Wilson, Jun- mas party attheir man. Devotional and music for. :Warden; Alvy Oller, North Main Street. by Mrs. Roy T. Sheffield. Treasurer; C.J. Ford, tifully decorated for Secretary; Jackie House, holiday season, the Mrs. Max Wasson, Mrs. Senior Deacon; Jackie was accented by Gordon Chinn, Mrs. Orice Ford, Junior Deacon; Rob- Christmas tree in the Jarnagin .... Mrs. Fred err Nabours, Senior Armendt, Mrs, Jouette Stewaxt; Hacker Patterson, From a lace Crowe and Mrs. Basil Junior Stewart; Jim Rag- dining table Keown are on the:hospital- land, Tyler; Rev. Joe with its silver and cr ity committee. Alexander, Chaplain. Christmas dellcacie , we meet again on the served to Mr. and Guests of Mrs. Rena second Saturday' night of Maurice Martin,, Mr Waltz and son, Pat, of Ben- each month. The latch Mr. Hamilton Render ver Dam wereMrs. Gordon string is always on the J.M. Williams, Missl Curtis and son, William, of outside, mie Taylor and little Griffith, Indiana. C. J. Ford, Secretary. Cheryl Ann Waiters. 00NONE WILL SERVE YOU BETTER-FEW AS WELL ITS MOTTO: SAFETY-SERVICE B E AV E R D A M D E P 0 $1 T B A N K TWO LOCATIONS-MAIN BANK: MAIN STREET, BRANCH BANK: CUHS[RVAIIVI[ BANK ildLaD mR A STROHG P