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,,. TIMES Yw IMm llmm HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 27, 1972 4 Elizabeth Cook L L Mrs. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Cook, 83, died at 1 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital. Born  in Ohio County, she was a , member of the New Zion Baptist Church. ; Surviving are two sons, Cecil M. Cook, Cromwell, Delmer J. Cook, Milwaukee, ,, one foster son, Thornton Johnson, Owensboro, one sister, Susan Daugherty, 9 : Cromwell, two brothers, Tine and Hurl Embry, both of Horse Branch, ten grandchildren; eleven great-grandchildren. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday .at the William L. Danks Funeral llome, Beaver Dam. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery. Emuel Monroe ,/ Emuel (Froggie) Monroe, (;9, of Indianapolis, Indiana died Sunday, January 16, at a hospital there. ttc was a native of Ohio (&apos;ounty. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Marie Floyd of I,akewood, New Jersey, and Mrs. Eleanor Moseley of ()wensboro: two brothers, Everett Lee Monroe of Evansville, Indiana and I larlan Monroe of Dayton, ( )hio. Services were conducted al 2 pro. Friday at Barnes ('hapel United Methodist ('hurch by the Rev. J. C. IIucker of Evansville. I'mrial was in Odd Fellows ( 'erect cry. The William L. Danks F;meral tlome, Beaver I)an. was in charge of the arrangefllents. Mattie Broderick Mrs. Mattie (Brown) Ih'oderick, 6), (fl (;.44 Hoh- man Avenue, llammond, Indiana died Monday. She was the daughter of lhe lale George Brown and l,ncy Milh, r. Surviving are four daughlers. Mrs. Betty Itosenberger of Calumet ('ily. Illinois, Mrs. Walter Norma) Rymarowixz, Mrs. I{isty  Barbara) Fabris and M rs. I{onald (Joyce) I{olkoff, all ot tlammond, Indiana: two sons. William Ih'oderick of ('alumet City. Illinois and George Broderick of Hammond, Indiana: three sisters. Edna ('oppage of Michigan, Stella I{alph of Fordsviile and Vah'ria Scarcy of ('alifor- nia: twn brothers. Bartley Brown of Whiting. Indiana and ('leamon Brown of I lammond. I:uneral services will be held Thtn'sday at 12 noon at St. ,It)sepia ('hurch. Ham- nmnd, Indiana. Burial was it] SI. Joseph Cemetery. The Btn'ns Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Loney Crowder I,oney B. Crowder Sr.. 78, ol' I{osine died at 7 a.m. Sunday at his home. Ihlrn in Ohio County. lie had been a ticket agent for the Illinois Central Raih'oad at l{osinc t'rom 1915 to 1932. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Donnie Baize ('rowdcr: two daughters. Mrs. James M. Taylor of Rosine and Mrs. William B. Gary of Ilartford: one son. i,. B. Jr. of East Chicago: one foster son. Sgl. James Embry with the U.S. Air Force . Goldsboro. North Carolina : six grand- children ; four foster grandchildren: six great- grandchildren: one sister. Mrs. L. L. Embry. rvices were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the William L. Danks Funeral llome, Beaver l)am. by" the Rev. Truman tlardison, paslor of the Rosine United Methodist Chui'ch. Burial was in Rosine Cemetery. William Whittinghill William F. Whittinghill, 88, of 1404 Maple Avenue, Owensboro died at 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, January 19, at Our Lady of Mercy tIospital. He was born in Fordsville March 18, 1883 and had lived in Owensboro most of his life. He was a member of Blessed Mother Catholic Church and an employe of Gienmore Distilleries 30 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Sue Ella Ashby Whittinghill; five daughters, Sister Mary Martine of Owensboro, Sister Theresa Carmel of Paducah, Mrs. Clarence Midkiff of Dale, Indiana, Mrs. Bob Hayden of Hen- derson and Mrs. Emmitt Osborne of Owensboro; a son, W. L. Whittinghill of Owensboro ; 28 grand- children; 26 great- grandchildren; two step daughters, Mrs. Nelda Gross of Owensboro and Mrs. George Snyder of Owensboro; two step sons, William S. Jones and Jack Jones, both of Owensboro; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Day of Owensboro and Mrs. Clyde Heflin of McHenry. Services were conducted at l0 a.m. Friday at Blessed Mother Catholic Church by the Rev. Richard Clements, pastor. Burial was in Mater Dolorosa Cemetery. The Delbert J. Glenn Funeral Home, Owensboro, was in charge of the arrangements. Marvin Marsh Marvin Ray Marsh, 46, of Fordsville died at 11:50 pro. Tuesday, January 18, at Veterans Hospital in louisville. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Victoria. Marsh of Fordsville; 4 sisters, Mrs. Wanda DeHaven of Ford- sville, Mrs. Ida Patterson of (;riffilh, Indiana. Mrs. Myrtle McCarty and Mrs. Marie Hunter, both of ilamnmnd, Indiana; three I)rothers, Ed Marsh of Pellville. Everett Marsh of i lammond, and Jack Marsh of Cedar Lake, Indiana. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the I'hillips Funeral Home, Fordsville, by the Rev. William Mclntyre. Burial was in the Fordsville ('emetery. Cornellia Johnson Laura Parker Mrs. Laura Mac Parker, 60, of 616 East Washington, Louisville, died at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday, January 19, at Kentucky Baptist Hospital. A native of Horse Branch, she was the daughter of the late Jim and Kate Autry Goodwine. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Grace Benham of Louisville; one grandchild; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Raymond Goodwine of Dyersburg, Tennessee and Bert Goodwine of Horse Branch; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Jean Kinser of Louisville. Services were conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at Neurath Funeral Home, l_x)uisville, with burial in St. Stephen Cemetery. Jane Kelley Mrs. Jane Kelley, 80, of Boonville, Indiana died at the Good Samaritan Nur- sing Home, Evansville, Indiana on Saturday after a lingering illness. Surviving are one son and five daughters, including Mrs. Lloyd Sims of Beaver Dam. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Koehler Funeral Home, Boonville, Indiana. Mrs. Sim's pastor, Rev. Glenn Armstrong, attended the funeral. Sarah Lewis Mrs. Sarah Jane Lewis, 85, of Route 1, Hartford died at 4:30 a.m. Saturday at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. She was born in Butler County. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Yewell Funk and Mrs. Mamie Murphy, both of Hartford; one son, Ira of Hartford; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Lewis of Narrows and Mrs. Zoonia Johnson of Daviess County; one grandchild; three great- grandchildren. Services were conducted -at 2 p.m. Monday:: at the: Duke Funeral Home, Hartford, by the Rev. Wayne Lyle. A lbert Kirk Albert Kirk, 83, of Route 4, Utica died at 6 p.m. Wed- nesday, January 19, at the ()hio County Rest Home. tle was born in Ohio ('ounty and was a retired farmer. Surviving are a half brother, Wayne Kirk of Route 4, Utica, and several nieces and nephews. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Duke Funeral Home, Hartford, by Rev. Wesley Hanson, pastor of the Hartford Baptist ('hurch. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Lorraine Allen Mrs William Cornellia .h)hnson. (;4, of 404 Locust Street in tlartford died .I ;.I i') 26 at the 19rofessional ('are Home at :oo a.m. after a long illness. Mrs. ,Johnson was a housewife horn in Pleasant I{idge. November 22. 1907. She lived in tlartford most of her life She was a meml)er of the Alpha Bapt ist ('hurch. Survivors are two daughters. Mrs. ()llie Xewlon of ltartford and Mrs. Clovis Wilson of Los Angeles, ('alifornia : 6 2n'anddaughlers: 5 grand- sons, ()lie t'OtlSill. 'l'lw I)odv is at the Miller- Schapmire Funeral thyme where arrangements are incomplete. On Dean's List Miss Lorraine Allen has been named to the Dean's List at St. Procopius College, Lisle, Illinois, with a standing of 3.85 from a possible 4.00. Miss Allen, a junior botany major, is the daughter of Mrs. Daymond l)uck. Hartford. Republican Women Meet ()hio County Republican \\;%omen's Club will meet next Tuesday, February' 1. lt 7:30 pall. at the City Building in Fordsville. Ky. The Difference Is In The Service Martin Tichenor w. II handle complete insurance requirements Glenn Berrymlm Martin Tichenor Insurance Agency 201 West Union Street, Hartford Phone 298-3242 (]00hio County Hospital Notes January 18 - Oscar W. Allen, Beaver Dam; Julia Ross, Beaver Dam; Lennie Hardin, Beaver Dam; R. D. Salmon, Beaver Dam; Harlon Boyd, Beaver Dam; Ben Fisher, Beaver Dam; Lidona Burden, Horse Branch ; and Lizzie Robertson, Evansville, Indiana. January 19 - Donnie Hurt, Beaver Dam; Curtis Mc- Cormick, Horse Branch; Margie Daugherty, Cromwell; Danny Raley, McHenry; and Emma Siler, Beaver Dam. January 20 - Nellie Trogden, Hartford; Merrel Daugherty, Beaver Dam; Lotis Hobdy, Centertown; Mildred Culbertson, Utica; Dorothy Farmer, Beaver Dam; and Doris Willis, Hartford. January 21 Ernestine Childers, Morgantown; Myrline Fulton, Cromwell; Earl Park, Horse Branch; Ira Louise Miller, Hartford; Irene Robinson, Beaver Dam; Laura Kincheloe; and Marie Troutman, Pleasant Ridge. January 22 Winona Vance, Beaver Dam; Vernen Williams, Beaver Dam; James Faulkner, Hartford; Donna Baxley, Hartford; John Henry, Beaver Dam; Sara Farris, Echols; Howard Elmore, McHenry; and John Neigh- bors, Beaver Dam. January 23 - Monroe Cook, Beaver Dam; Lucy Bean, Narrows; Eva Park, Horse Branch; Gussie Minton, Beaver Dam; Linda Yates, Rineyville, Ky. ; Virgil Riggs, Hartford; and Marie Smith, Beaver Dam. BookmoL,ile Schedule Monday, January 31 Pleasant Ridge School, 8:45- 10:15 a.m.; Toomey's, 10:30- 10:55 a.m.; Slaton's, 11:00- 11:20 a.m.; Renfrow's, 11:25-11:35 a.m.; Huff, 11:55-12:10 p.m.; Vaughn, 12:20-12:40 p.m.; Reagan's store, 1:15-1:30 p.m.; Beda, 1:40-2:00 p.m. Tues., February 1 Woosley's Store (Rosine), 8:45-9:15 a.m.; Horse Branch School, 9:30-11:00 a.m.; C. E. Barnes, 11:05- 11:15 a.m.; Horse Branch Post Office, 11:20-11:40 a.m.; Landrum's store, 11:45-12:10 p.m.; Church of Christ (Renfrow), 12:30- 12:55 p.m.; H.E. Allen, 1:05- 1:20 p.m. Wed., February 2 Fordsville School, 9:00-11:15 a.m. ; Fordsville Rest Home, 11:20-11:30 a.m.; Fordsville Library, 12:30- 4:15 p.m. Thurs., February 3 Centertown School, 8:45- 10:15 a.m. ; Matanzas, 10:30- 11:00 a.m.; Centertown Bank, 11:15-11:45 a.m. Wayland Alexander School, 1: 30-2:30 p.m.; Professional Care Home, 2:35-2:50 p.m.; Ohio County Hospital, 2: 55- 3:10 p.m. Library Story Hours: Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Pre- School, 3:00 p.m. Grades 1-3. New .<Irrivals January 21 - A daughter to January 23 - A son to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Roy D. Farris, Culbertson, Route 4, Utica, Echols, Ky. Kentucky. January 21 - A son to Mr. January 24 - A son to Mr. and Mre.:iy letflton . ndM nton Nabours, Cromwell, Kentucky. Route I, Horse Branch, January 22 - A datighter to Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Far- January 24 - A son to Mr. mer, 'Beaver Dam, Ken- and Mrs. Ben Parks, Route tucky. .. 3, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. {:entertown Honor Roll Those students whose Campbell, Wanda Ford, names appeared on the Jerry Kessinger, and Centertown Elementary Leonard Storey. Honor Roll for the second nine weeks grading period 8th Grade - Gerald Ad- were: dington, Glenda Chinn, 7th Grade Shelia Ad- Richai'd Rock, Jay Ross, dington, Benita Bell, Robert and Steven Taylor. Matthewses Announce Birth A daughterl Becky Louise, was born January 16 at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Raymond Mat- thews,Jr, of Fordsville. She Mr. and Mrs. Perry Pickrill of Hartford visited Mrs. Pickrill's father, Mr. Gordon Rhoades who is a patient at Parkview Hospital, Nashville, Ten- nessee. Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foster James were Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby of Owensboro. weighed 9L, pounds. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Counts of St. Louis, Missouri and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Matthews, St. of Route 2, Fordsville. January 24 George Clark, Rockport; Maretta Parks, Beaver Dam; Odell Parks, Beaver Dam; Clara Smith, Beaver Dam; and O v a 1 e e n Wilson, Horse Branch; William Robertson, Evansville, Ind.; and Mary Nabours, Horse Branch. DISCHARGES January 18 Orpha Willoughby, Hurl Embry, Wangola Small, Leonard Taylor, Geraldine Burden, and Cliffie Bennett. January 19- Bryan Chinn, Janet Bryant, Wilodean Simpson, Donnie Hurt, and Charles Burden. January 20 - Virginia Baize, Nola Austin, Prudie Embry, Ben Fisher, and Alex Bell. January 21 Lidona Burden, and Lennis Brown. January 22 - Mason Morl Baggarly, R. and Nellie January 23 Culbertson, Jean M Waldrop, John Nabours. January 24 Lula Ralph, Chapman, M and Lennie Real Estate T ,ans Ann-Jan Realty, Inc., a Kentucky Corporation of Beaver Dam, gran[or to Kenneth D. and Lillian M. Turnbull, grantees and Nora J. Barnes, widow, third part, certain tracts or parcels of land in the Willow Brook Subdivision Beaver Dam. Jonn W. Davis, Sr. and Margaret M. of Owensboro, grantors to Michael Brown, Hartford, grantee, a tract or parcelof land,Ohio County on the Hartford and Dundee Road. Pearl May Baggarly, widow, Route 2, Beaver Dam, grantor to Jess W. and Ruby Baggarly, Beaver Dam, grantees, a tract or parcel of land in Ohio County on'the waters of Bull Run Creek. Danny and Virginia Renfrow, Beaver Dam, first part and Reba Dukes, second part, one lot or parcel of land together with all improvements in Beaver Dam. Darrell E. and Elizabeth Vance of Route 3, Beaver Dam, first part to Billy R. and Anna Schroader, second part, a tract or parcel of land together with all im- provements in Ohio County. W.R. and Wilda Evans, Hartford, grantors to Bobby and Jack Tichenor, Route 3, and interest in and to a certain tract or land lying and being on the Mincey Road in Ohio County. Ellis and Alma Roeder, Route 2, Beaver Dam, grantors and J.W. and Pearl Roeder, Beaver Dam, grantees, 3 lots located in the Jarnagin Addition to the town of Beaver Dam with all the improvements thereon. Yewel Park, widower of Hartford and Mildred and William H. Ashford, Route 3, Hartford, grantors and Robert J. and Juanita Pickerill, Route 3, Beaver Dam, grantees, one house and lot in the town of Hart- ford. Everett and Iva Filback Route 3, Beaver Dam, grantors, Charles B. or Catherine M. Hoover, Route 3, Beaver Dam, grantees, a certain tract or parcel of land and being on the old Hartford-Leitchfield Road in Ohio County. Jesse and Florice James, Hartford, grantors and Donald R. and Lettie M. Summers, grantees, one lot or parcel of ground in Hartford in Ohio County and fronting on Carson Street. Joe S. and Clara T. Davis, Route 1, Beaver Dam, first part and Jimmy L. and Frances Southard, Route 1, Beaver Dam, certain 2 Beaver Dam, grantees, a certain tract or parcel of tracts or parcels of land on . Ohio County together with land together with all ?/' ="a@ and hll :improvements. ' provements i Ohi0-C6 Albert and Connie Bailey, Joe and Mamie Cundiff, Route 2, Beaver Dam, Reynolds Station, gi'antors grantors to Ronnie and Sue and Norman A. and Thelma Blanchard, Route 2, Beaver M. Matthews, Fordsville, Dam, grantees, one tract or grantees, I tract or parcel of parcel of land on the East side of U.S. Hwy. 82 near McHenry. Berna Stewart, Owen- sboro, first part, grantor and Jimmy D. Stewart, Hey, Dad! What's Route 4, Utica, second part, grantee, all my right, title electrostatic preci Personals Miss Debra Moseley spent Thursday night with Miss Belinda Billy of Pleasant Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Hoagland are both patients at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Foster James were Tuesday night dinner guests of Luvinia St. Clair of Hartford. x 111 Center Ntreet P.O. Box 44 Hartford, Kentucky 42347 FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARMOWNERS, LIFE, LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE: Licensed agents: W. E. Brown, Etheline Brown PHONES: office 298-3473 (across from post offico), residence 298-3181 land near County. Ina Barnard Dam, grantor O'Guin, of Indiana and McClurkan Tennessee, certain tract land together provements situated in Heights of Beaver Dam, Herman R. Mitchell of and Hobert Michigan, gr Dorothy Fordsville, right, title and to the parcels of Fordsville. Edgar L. at Mitchell, diana, Williat Virginia Mitcl sville, Indiana, Nancy parties of the grantors Mitchell grantees, all and interest in rain tracts or near Fordsville. Fayburn and Daugherty, grantors and and Gloria ford, grante tracts or Ohio Coun Floyd tlartford, first Floyd Shepler, second part, a or parcel of ford. .% Well, it's a big name for a big pollution fi giant filters form the heart of a huge Each filter is two stories high. Miller-Schapmire Funeral Home, Inc. Air Conditioned Danny Oxygen Equipped 24-Hour Ambulance Service Hartford, Kentucky Phone 298-3201 The filters are electronically charged to trap from a plant's furnaces, The plant is kept air around the plant is, too. All of the electric generating stations of East Big Rivers power cooperatives have or are ment. Electricity is the cleanest power you Kentucky's Rural Electrics are spending seeing to it that even the making of electricity Kentucky's Rural Electrics are People... through Cooperation and Clean Electric Power. THE COOPERATIVE CLEAN POWER 3111 Fairview Drive Owensboro, i