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R osine News Rosine Lodge Honors Two 25-Year Members Rosine Lodge 556 F & AM had a regular meeting Saturday night and two 25 year pins were presented to Mr. Herman Allen of Hor#e Branch and Mr. Alney Hayse of Olaton. There were four others due these pins that were absent. Mr. Brandon Bratcher is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Alice House of Rosine and Mrs. Clara House of Caneyville visited Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Bratcher and 8on. Mr. Boyce Taylor, daughters Opal and IsabeU spent Sunday in Louisville with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Cottrell and son Jimmie. Mr. Cottrell had been ill with the flu for the past week. Sunday morning saw another page in Rosine's history turn in the passing of Loney Crowder. Loney died in his sleep. He was retired from the I.C.R.R. Co. He served as station agent and express agent here in the good old days of the I.D. passenger trains, from 1915 to 1932. After retirement he and Donnie, his wife, bought a home near the little depot here where over the years he remained a familiar figure to the passing train crews as he signaled them on their way. He will be missed. Our sympathy to the wife, to the two daughters and one son and foster son and all grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leach Jr. are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Toots) Leach. Great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Leach. The Beaver Dam Fire Department made a run here Tuesday to the home of Henry Lindsey, fire was extinguished when the truck arrived, the home sustained little damage. Wendell Allen visited in Owensboro Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newton and Dr. and Mrs. Jack Collings and family. Jim Hill who has spent the past two weeks with relatives has returned to his home in Louisville. Marcia Jackson has been transferred to Louisville by the American Tobacco Co. from Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Danks attended winter Rev. Farmer filled his directors associJ regular appointment here Lexington, at the Rosine Baptist week, Tuesday Church Sunday. For the Thursday. It next four weeks he will .... Continental Inn. J deliver a message to the Miss JaneMade Fielden Several ladies from is director of Rosine Youth Group on Beaver Dam attended the sociation from Sunday nights. Jane Marie Fielden Engaged meetingASS°ciati°nalBaptist Churchat theat Hartford.W'M'U'sec°nd ern District of To report Rosine news, contact Mr. Boyce Taylor, 274-3756. Old Salem News  '  St. Clairs Returning Home From Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Jessie St. Clair have spent about 25 or thirty years in Detroit, Michigan but now they have returned to Kentucky to make their home. They are planning on buying a farm around Hartford. Welcome home, Jessie and Lorene. Mr. Mickie Albin from Indiana spent the weekend with Mr. William Basham of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Eather Boyd's visitors Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodwine and children of Horse Branch. In the af- ternoon they all went to the Ohio County Rest Home to visit Eather's mother, Mrs. Claude Daniel. She seems to be getting along very well. Monday, January 17, a birthday dinner was given for Mrs. Betty Payton. It was her 90th birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ford, her son and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton. The table was decorated with lots of fine food. We wish her many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Louise Daniel's visitors over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Imous Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie St. Clair, Mrs. Walter Bullock and baby, Mrs. Bobby Renfrow and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely, Miss Ann Whitter, and Mrs. Alma Whitter all of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely's visitors over the weekend were Mr. Brucie Whitely of Louisville, Miss Karen Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Daniel of Horse Branch, Mr. Orval Embry, Mr. Clinton Bratcher, Mr. Ernie Duncan of Olaton, Mrs. Vonie Decker and her son Mr. Harold Decker of Rockport, Indiana. We were proud to have Bro. and Sister Hill and Bro. and Sister Cardwell from Beaver Dam to be with us at Old Salem Church Saturday night. We hope they will he with us each Saturday •night. Church services start at 7 o'clock each night. Everyone that likes to go to church, come and join a happy bunch. The main speaker was Rev. Clyde Hankins, a missionary of 25 years in Brazil but now pastor of Zion Baptist Church of Henderson County:• Mrs. Hankins was with him and spent the 25 years doing mission work in Brazil. The ladies of Beaver Dam Baptist Church held their regular monthly meeting of the W.M.S. on last Wed- nesday afternoon under the direcion of Mrs. C. T. • Young. Mrs. Gordon Chinn was in charge of the program. Congratulations go this week to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Farmer - the new parents of a baby daughter, little Miss Rachel Leigh who was born Saturday January 22 at the Ohio County Hospital. Mr. Farmer is a teacher at Ohio County High School, on leave, to be in Reserve at Ft. Knox. Mrs. Farmer is the former Miss Dorthy Casey, employed at K.U. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jackson of Hartford and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson of Centertown visited Mr. Willie Travis on Friday. Mr. Travis returned home for the hospital Thursday. Mr. Gordon Rhoades is a patient at Parkview Hospital, Nashville, Ten- nessee. Mrs. Rhoades is at his bedside. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coleman, Mrs. Opal Maddox, and Mary K. Maddox all went to Nash- ville, Tennessee Sunday. The Colemans and Mrs. Opal Maddox were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Maddox and Mary K. Maddox visited her father, Walter Hill at Hen- dersonville, Tennessee. While there they all visited Mrs. Opal Maddox's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Estelle Hill who is a patient at the St. Thomas Hospital there. Gary Porter, Louisville spent the weekend with his brothers, George, Allen, and Kevin Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Bratcher, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Bratcher of Louisville spent Monday night of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis. Claud Pillows is a patient at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital where he .underwent surgery last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Porter of Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Porter were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Porter, Teresa and Bruce of Owensboro. The occasion was Teresa's llth birthday. Lotis Hobdy fell at his home Friday and received a fractured ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pate, Miss Ada Heflin, Owen- sboro, visited Mrs. Margarett Tichenor last Tuesday. Mrs. Lula Karraker is ill at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Porter spent Monday night and Tuesday of last week with their daughter, Mrs. Millard Chinn and family of Henderson. Heygood Tomblinson is in the Ohio County Hospital suffering from back trouble. Mrs. Mary Ross who is spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. Reid Reneer NONE WILL SERVE YOU BETTER To I)arrell Dwight Beaman h are f iss Jane 14 172nd Street, Hammond, at Port Hueneme, MarieFielden, Mr. and Mrs. Indiana. Buddy R. Fielden of 7109 An alumnus of Hammond Jackson Avenue, Ham- High School, he attended mond, Indiana, are an- Purdue University nouncing her betrothal to Calumet Campus, majoring Darrell Dwight Beaman. in architecture, before He is the son of Mr. and entering the Navy. He is Mrs. B. Dwight Beaman of stationed with the Seebeas Centertown Personals California. Miss Fielden is a junior at Hammond High School, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Fielden, formerly of Centertown, Kentucky. (:{00']ltertown Residents Spe dL Day With Nashville Relatives and family, Utica, Michigan, is a patient in a hospital there and will undergo surgery soon. Mrs. Nadine Trail, Mrs. Fred Stinke, Benton Harbor, Michigan and Mrs. Ben Fisher, Beaver Dam, called on Mr. and Mrs. Geobel Porter Saturday. To report Centertown news, contact Mrs. O. J. Porter, 232-4204. Baby Shower In Honor Of Alice Clark A baby shower hofioring Mrs. Alice Clark was given by Judy and Elaine Geary in the Geary home, Horse Branch. The room was decorated in a pink and blue color scheme. Refreshments of cake, and coffee was served. Mrs. Clark, the former Miss Alice Geary, received many nice gifts. l FEW AS WELL Beaver Dam Personals Baptist Men's Day Begins With Country Ham 00Breakfas|i Baptist Men's Day ob- servance at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church began with a country ham breakfast with all the trimmings. Mr. Sherman Bailey was the "chief cook" and Mr. Clarence Hopper, the "Bottle Washer" "This began at 7:30 a.m. Both morning worship services at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. were conducted by Mr. Robert Henry Young bringing the messages. Music was by the Men's Choir under the direction of Mr. Bill'Fowler, minister of music and Mr. F. K. Casebier at the organ and Greg Phelps and Kent Snodgrass at the piano. At the evening services four laymen gave their testimony. Those par- ticipating were i Messrs. Sherman Bailey, Bill Danks, Don Chavis and Joe C. Davenport. The pastor Rev. Glenn Armstrong gave a short talk summarizing the evening services. The services were all well at- tended and many expressed appreciation to the men for their good services. The men and boys of the church are attending the Associational Brotherhood at Hartford Monday. Mr. David L. Ford who has been some time at the Ohio County Hospital shows some improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Ford had their son, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. Ford of Lexington and Mrs. Corinne Jones of Corydon, Indiana with them for the past weekend. Mr. Raymond Chick was unable to have surgery last week due to flu and bron- chial pneumonia. He is some better at this writing. His son, Mr. Wendell Chick of Virginia Beach, Virginia has returned to his home. Mr. George G. Burch of Indianapolis, Indiana and Rev. James P. Bunch of Livia R. were visitors of their sister, Mrs. J. D. Renfrow and Mr. Renfrow and family of Bethel Road. Mr. Renfrow has been in for 10 days with some broken ribs because of a fall in the home on January 13. Mrs. Mabel Hudson formerly of Morgantown, Kentucky with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kane and Kandy Kane and brother Mr. Dewey and Mrs. Ward went to Smith Mortuary in Morgantown on Sunday to pay respects to a friend, Mr. George Meal Thomas, 48, son of the late Mr. Charles Thomas and Mrs. Glennie Thomas, whose funeral was held Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Zora B. Fuller, widow of Mr. W. D. Fuller passed away January 14 at Ohio County Hospital at Hartford. Our sympathy goes to the sons and daughter who survive and also a brother, Mr. Nallie Barnett of Hopkinsville, Kentucky because of failing health was unable to attend the funeral but did come to "Beaver Dam. Mrs. Fuller's children were all at the funeral. Guests of her son, Mr. William Fuller who lives in Beaver Dam were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fuller, Lippsborg, Germany; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller, Hendersonville, Tennessee; Mrs. Cecil last week from her daughter, Horton and Owensboro. surgery on her of glass was is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. visited their Charles Reid, children Alan Bowling Green Visitors of Mr. Earl Reid on were their other Earl S. Reid and J of Seymor, Mrs. Virgini granddaughter, of Whitesville. Mr. and Mrs. and children Robin of tucky, Mr. and Johnson and Beaver Dam Tubb's and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Fulkerson of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fuller, Mr.W.B. Old Hickory, Tennessee; of Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Fuller tertown died in a and son Mr. and Mrs. Jim Akron, Ohio on Fuller, Knoxville, Ten- Mr. Brown was nessee; Mrs. Orville Brown age, the son of and Mr. Brown, and son Mr. James {Polk) Chris Brown of Vine Grove, Brown of Kentucky. was married to .... Lynn Moore of His health Mrs. Audrey Overhultz good for some of Lewisburg, Kentucky has in the hospital moved to Beaver Dam. She days. In addition is the sister-in-law of Mrs. he is survived by Lorena Danks. Sallie Marie .... Paducah, another daugh We welcome Dr. Henry Beeler and family to Beaver has two Dam. He is working at the a great-grandson. Medical Arts Building on Mrs. Maude Louisville Road with Drs. Indiana. His Bennett and Johnson. They conducted on are living in Dr. D.C. Baptist Bennett's home. We are with burial in a glad tohaveyou, Dr. Beeler. Akron with .... services Misses Pam Bennett, Masons. Mrs. Mary Beth Haynes and sister, Mrs. Brenda Ferguson from and Mrs. Jewell school visited their parents in Beaver Dam. the past weekend .... Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Mr. and Stevens returned Wed- Dennis, Stanton, nesday from a visit with are the proud their son, Dr. and Mrs. little dau Glendon Stevens Jr. and RenaN, born at family of Rolla, Missouri. Hospital 15. She wet ounces. She has Mrs. Julia Ross of Jimmy, 8 Rochester Road, mother of James Dennis Mrs. H. W. Evans is in Ohio Dam is the County Hospital. She is mother. much improved from an infected toe. Sunday ..... Mr. Ercil St. Citizens had a good Mr. and Mrs. megting last Thursday Casey, Shirley, morning at Beaver Dam Gina, Mr. and Baptist Church. Mrs. Wilbur, Casey and Gray and Mrs. Carlisle Mrs. Sonny Oldham and Mrs. Murphy Gary. Mr. were present in addition to the members. Mrs. Audrey visited on Overhultz was a new --- member. Welcome, Mrs. To report Overhultz and all the news, contact visitors and members. Brown, 274-4971. ITS MOTTO: SAFETY - SERVICE Beaver Dam Deposit Ba" TWO LOCATIONS-MAle BANK: DOWNTOWN, BRANCH BANK: N. MAle A STRONG CONSERVATIVE .... -- m mnmm