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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 27, 1972 7 OHIO COUNTY SOCIAL EVENTS $rtford Personals Mrs. Georgia Daniel Receives fas( Visit From Son Of Indiana il Burlier. Gerald Daniel and 'rom alghter of Anderson, In- t,r a were guests Friday of nVt ' "f mother, Mrs. Georgia -&iel, and her daughter, )',,. ' Celeste Sharp, Bobby h - " " ?_A Billy, Smith Street, as rellr f ely rt ord. ° - ""  .... 1M; s" irs. B. R. Everly, Union 1,t, Hartford, has been id, MtFined to her home the an anj I week with something reen  the flu, but is better at Mr. writing. n Sat other .... dandier, and Mrs. Dauphn Indiater, City, visited Mr. R. .... "-ocker Monday He is a glnta - ter," ent. at the Owensboro Llle #less County Hospital. " ./Y also visited Mrs. Park who is a there. Jr. and Mrs. T. R. rly, Danville, were sts of Mr. Everly's Mrs. B. R. Everly, the weekend. Jr. and Mrs. Joe Hedges, Kentucky, were guests of Mr. and . Floyd Shepler and Union Street. lr. and Mrs. Stanley ty, Render Street, were evening guests of and Mrs. J. C. Morris, ' . _ . ° of gr. and Mrs. Donald of Owensboro were afternoon guests of and Mrs. Kell Carson Mrs. Flora Stewart, 3, Hartford. "Mr. Bill Travis of Route 4, Utica returned home Friday from Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, Owensboro, where he had been a patient two r. and Mrs. Charles Route 3, Beaver and Mr. and Mrs. Wortham, Mason- were guests Sunday of and Mrs. Finas Vincent City. On their wn home they visited and Mrs. Albert Bailey, I. [onday afternoon guests Sonny Alvey, Route were Mr. and Stanley Petty, Hart- weeks recovering nicely from an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bell, Whitesville, were guests Thursday of Mrs. Laura Bell, White Avenue. Mrs. James Funk and Pam of Hartford were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kell Carson and Mrs. Flora Stewart, Route 3, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wendell Chapman of Hammond, Indiana were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chapman, Route 3, Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W Wortham and children of Route 3, Beaver Dam were guests Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Givens of McHenry. Mrs. Georgia Daniel, Smith Street, spent the weekend in Anderson, In- diana visiting her son, Dr. Gerald Daniel, and his Guests Saturday of Mr. family. and Mrs. Arnold Bennett, Route 3, Hartford, were Mr. - - - - and Mrs. R. N. Rowan, Weekend guests of Mr. Madison Street. and Mrs. Stanley Petty, .... Render Street, were Mr. and Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Joe Campbell and Pam Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Pease, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Union Street, were Mrs. Earmon Petty of Olaton, Mary Schlemer and Mrs. Mrs. Naomi Daniel and Harry Smith of Owensboro. daughter Pat of Hartford, .... Mr. Gary Thompson of Mr. and Mrs. James Echols, and Mr. Netter Ralph, Render Street, and Ziegler from the Ohio Dorothy Renfrow of Beaver County Rest Home. Dam were weekend guests .... of Mr. and Mrs. Stoy To report Hartford Snodgrass and daughter personals, contact Mrs. Gay of Morgantown. Jesse Daniel, 298-3317. Farmers Announce Birth Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Wilbur Farmer of Farmer of Beaver Dam are Joliet, Illinois. She also has the parents of a baby a great-grandmother, Mrs. daughter born Saturday, Alpha Keown, of Owen- January 22, at 1:48 p.m. at sboro. the Ohio County Hospital. Rachel Leigh weighed six Mrs. Farmer is the for- pounds, 15,/z ounces. Her met Miss Dorothy Rhea grandparents are Mr. and Casey. IVils Adopt So There has been quite a bit ons n of colds and flu going around in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis residing in the Mt. Pleasant .... Wilson of 9503 Hudson Lane, community. His grand- Mrs. Thelma Stewart Louisville, proudly an- parents are Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Ethel Bartlett nounce the arrival of an Justis Wilson of Route 1, and Mrs. Emma Dawson adopted baby boy, Jonathan Cromwell. Saturday. Wood. He arrived January Mrs. Wilson the former Jo .... 17, weighing in at g pounds, 5 Ann Wood of Penrod, Mrs. June Parker of ounces. Kentucky, is a nurse at Owensboro visited her Mr. Wilson is a former Kentucky Baptist Hospital mother, Mrs. Gertie Taylbr resident of Ohio County in Louisville. Sunday. Let's Look At The Facts: STATISTICS SHOW THAT CANCER WILL STRIKE 1 OUT OF EVERY 4 AMERICANS AND 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 FAMILIES. WITH THE EVER INCREASING COST OF TREATMENT, EVEN IF YOU ARE PRO- TECTED WITH A GOOD HOSPITAL POL- ICY OR A CANCER EXPENSE POLICY, IT IS DOUBTFUL IF YOU HAVE NEAR ENOUGH INSURANCE TO COVER THE COST OF TREATMENT OF THIS DREAD- ED CHRONIC SICKNESS. MEMBER RATES Family $50.0O Per Year FOR INFORMATION _ NO OBLIGATION - MAlL TO AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE ASSURANCE CO. NAME P.O. Box 1134, Owensboro, Ky. 42301 ......,.**,...,..,. (LAST) (FIRST) (MIDDLE) .......... ADDRESS tSTREET OR R.R. NO,) Donald's parents, Mr. and I UlIU lln"l:v:JUa I Mrs. James Horton of Buford Sunday. $'0O Mrs. Vernon Parker Per Year visited Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Taylor and Donna Sunday. ................................ STATE ......................... ZIP ..... PHONE i Mr. And Mrs. DelVitt Have 5(Rh Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ivon DeWitt of Route 1, Fordsville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary January 16 with open house. Numerous friends and relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt received many lovely gifts. Maymie Hopper, Evelyn Richards, Zoa Huff and ]amily, sisters of Mr. DeWitt, sang hymns. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders, Jennie McManaway and Mrs. Willard McManaway also sang hymns to make the day more beautiful. Mrs. DeWitt wore a yellow double knit dress with gold slippers and a yellow rose corsage. Mr. DeWitt had a yellow rose buttonniere. The DeWitts have five children, Mrs. Zylpha Ellen Boling of Hammond, In- diana, Delmer Allen and Mrs. Wanda Jeanette Morgan of Cedar Lake, Indiana, Shirrel Ray, at home, and Marvin Lewis of Route 1, FordsviUe. They have twelve grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt were married 50 years ago January 18 by Mrs. DeWitt's grandfather, Rev. Lewis Burdette at his home, located about where Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall's home is now at Calcot, Kentucky. Those attending the wedding were Rev. and Mrs. Burdette, Essie Mason a.nd Clyde O'Dell. Mrs. DeWitt is the former Jocie Belma Chaffin, daughter of Alvey Ray and Laura Bell Chaffin, deceased. Mr. DeWitt is the son of Stroud and Cordelia DeWitt, also deceased. Pleasant R idge News Hazel Vanover Improved After Her Heart Attack Mrs. Hazel Vanover who suffered a heart attack last week is in the Owensboro- Daviess County Hospital. She is out of intensive care and is much improved. The James (Pokey) Johnson family of Utica is sick with the flu. Mr. Jackson has pneumonia. Mr. Pruitt Vanover is home with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson, Mrs. Louise Neal of Utica visited Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and family Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lyman Neal, Mrs. James Horton, Shirley, Bonnie and Lori Horton were in Hartford Saturday. Little Miss Becky Horton is ill at home on Route 4, Utica• Mr. Homer Pinkston, Bob and Rodger visited Mr. and Mrs• Paul C. Jackson Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilton and family of Indiana spent the weekend with Mr. Pruitt Vanover, Mr. Wilton visited both his parents who are in the hospital. Mrs. Louise Whittaker of Route 3. Hartford is in the Owensboro-Daviess County ttospital. Her condition is unknown at this time. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jackson and Peggy of Buford. Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Jackson and Mrs. Louise Neal of Pleasant Ridge visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson of Maxwell Saturday night. Mrs. Phillip Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sutherland and family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jackson. Peggy and Kathi Sunday. Mr. Robert Crabtree of Buford has been on the sick list. Anna Sue Brooks also visi.ted Mrs. Gertie Taylor Sunday. We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Louise English, family and friends on the death of their loved one, Mrs. Katherine. Reynolds who passed away Tuesday January 18. She lived in Lansing, Illinois. Those on the sick list at this time are Linda Sutherland, Donna Ann, Taylor Ricky Sutherland and Mr. • Hobart Hoagland who is in the hospital at this writing• The families who live on Russell Road are getting the very much needed gravel on their road. Anna Sue Brooks of Rosine and Ella Pearl Mesker are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crabtree of Pleasant Ridge. Mrs. Ova Mac Hoagland returned home . from the .hospital Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Katie Sharp has been ill at her home for some time and we hope she has a sPeedy recovery. Jr., Susie and Shelia Proctor, visited Linda and Carl Sutherland and family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mc- Donald of Bowling Green, Ky. visited Mrs. Mc- Personals Celebrates Mr. and Mrs. T C. San- Sixteenth derfur and little daughter Mallary Nicole were in :, ' :: Bowling Green Tuesday and " t'l,_..J dll_ visited his uncle, Prof. and [y Mrs. Pearl Sanderfur. Michael AHa Watkins, .... son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Watkins of Horse Branch, Mrs. Bess Chinn of was lumored with a surprise Bowling Green has returned birthday suRaer Thursday home after several days evening, at the home of Mrs. visit with her sister, Mrs. John Winkle. Norton Hunley and family Mike was 16 on January and brother, Guy Russell 16. He received many nice and Mrs. Russell. gifts. Michael AII Wotkins 'Bells R un News Miss Regina Ashton Weds Timothy Mitchell Kirkman Timothy Mitchell Kirk- man, 17, of Route 1, Whitesville and Miss Regina Ashton, 21, of Owensboro were united in marriage on Wednesday January 5th at the home of her parents on Graham Lane in Owen- sboro. Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Holbert Mitchell Kirkman of Bells Run. The new Mrs. Kirkman is an elementary school teacher in Centertown, Ohio County. The couple is making their home in Pleasant Ridge next door to the home of Tim's grandmother, Mrs. Golda Bartlett. Mr. and *Mrs. Albert Wedding of Masonville were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Misses Bonnie and Connie King visited a friend, Miss Nancy Howard and family of Buford Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rose Sharp received word by phone that her little grandson, Marty Tichenor, Jr. of East Point, Georgia broke his arm in two places in an accident at East Point where he attends school. He fell from a swing there. Thursday •afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp were Miss Mac Cotton, and their son Mr. Kenneth Sharp of Owen- sboro also visited them that day. We regret to hear of the serious illness of Mr. Alvin (Tooter) Belcher. He has been confined to his bed for over a week at the Owen- sboro-Daviess County Hospital where he had undergone tests and ob- servation. He returned to his home on Thursday at Masonville and left Saturday morning January 22nd for Vanderbflt Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. His illness was determined as lukemia. Mr. a/d Mrs. Archie Johnson of New Albany, Indiana were visitors in the home of Mr, Johnson's sister, Mrs. Golda Bartlett from Monday until Tuesday recently. Mrs. Katie Sharp has been on the sick list at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Louie An- derson and son Kevin left on Thursday by automobile for Fort Hood, Texas. Mr. Anderson is with the U.S. Army. Mr. Carroll Lewellen, a former native of Bells Run has undergone surgery at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital Wednesday of last week. He had his knee cap removed. He is im- proving. He is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Lennie McKeown of Bells Run. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Sharp in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicely, Dianne, and Mark of West Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sharp and Brad, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sharp and Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Westerfield and sons, Kenny, Jeff and Brian are making their home in Clarksville, Tennessee where Mr. Westerfield is an electrician there. Their trailer home remains here located on the Bells Run-Taffy Road. They have been in Clarksville for several months now. A good number of people attended worship services at the Bells Run Baptist Church Sunday and Sunday night. The guest speaker was Rev. Tommy Snyder. This Sunday's speaker will be the Rev. Jackie Furgeson" of Rosine. SOMEDAY Someday when fusses grow to fights And smiles turn into frowns, We'll look to our waiting parents Who cannot calm things down. Someday when hatred swamps the earth And man is filled with fright, We'll look to politicians Whose answers are not right. " Someday when riots fill this land, Cause tension, fear, and pai, We look to our policemen, Whose jobs are done in vain. Someday when we engage in war And missiles splice the sky, We'll look to gallant soldiers-- All they can do is diel Someday when strife may be so great That doom is sure for'men, When all is lost except our lives Who will we look to then? To report Bells Run news, contact Mrs. Rosie Sharpe. New Panther Creek News Mr. And Mrs. Eular Henning Celebrated 57th Anniversary Congratulations to Mr. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Bobby and Mrs. Eular Henning on Gilbert spent the weekend in Slaton are the proud parents their 57th wedding an- Louisville visiting their of a'tfive pound baby girl, niversary January 24. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the young lady has two older .... Leon Fuqua and family, brothers, Bobby Jr. and .... Casey. Rev. and Mrs. Irlan Happy birthday to Mrs. Snyder were Sunday dinner Dona Henning and Miss .... guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Cristeen Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Culbertson are the proud Clarence Westerfield. parents of a 6 pound baby girl, her name is Rebecca. She has a happy sister, Vicky and brothers Gary and Eddie Jr. Mr. William Hudson is in the hospital at this time. He has improved. Bro. Joe Hagan left Monday morning for Missouri to be at the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. Buster Jolly who is scheduled for surgery today. To report Pleasant Ridge news, contact Mrs. Phillip Taylor, 275-4978. Some who were missed from New Panther Creek Church Sunday morning due to illness were Miss Linda Stephens, David Stephens, Miss Christine Buck, Sammy Buck, Miss Alicia Renfrow and Ornie Ren- frow. Whosoever draws nigh to God one step through doubtings dim, God will advance a mile in blazing Mr. Newcom of Masonville visited his mother, Mrs. Dora Newcom and Mrs. Nina Colyer Saturday. Mr. Marvin McQuary will resume ,his duties Monday morning, delivering mail on Whitesville, Route 2. Marvin has been suffering from a broken leg the past few months. and Mrs. John 'light to him. Author unknown In the day of prosperity we have many refugees; in the day of adversity, only one. Horatius Bonar To report New Panther O.eek news, contact Mrs. Aldra Patton. ii •