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School--- 1917 photograph of Ceralvo School was taken October 5, 1917 and was dtted by Arthur Everley. In the front row, left to right, are Meta fley, Gilbert Morris, Gladys Brown, Mae Everley, Milbern Everley, _)ell t98-3le Morris and Martyne Morris. In the second row which begins in the ING- are Hermas Morris, Gilbert Brown, Leva Ree Duncan, Nova ,rtfor I Kimmell, Lorene Everley, Martin Durham and Dallas Curtis. In the third row are Myrl Brown, Myrl Kimmell, Grace Brown, Arthur Everley, Athel Wood, Arvin Leisure (teacher) and Ama Wood. In the back row are Ora Everley, Cora Everley, Cecil Brown, Vivian Evrley, Goebel Everley, Arlis Duncan and Mary Everley. e IIL open e it I ; the tSss Bonnie a lot l and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cheek Tommy visited her mother, tluff spent the and Stephen had as guests Mrs. Clara Farmer and Lps. end with their father, last week Miss Edwina Jewell Saturday. :tIuff and grandfather Stallings, Mr. Scott Pat ..... randmother, Mr. and terson, Miss Brenda Hunt Rev. and Mrs. Eugene i MTHomer Huff. and Miss Sue Farmer. Lay were dinner guests of i .... Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moseley ng t: - - - - Our sympathy goes to the and Danny Joe Sunday. .hey )se calling at the home Gobel Ralph family in the larenO;,, and M .... -. rs Otis Farmer loss of their son and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bertron ,and_wcek were Mr Bus Stenson Park family in the Farmer are spending their Ev, Mz ,, ". Buck Howard, !s of ljewelt  Farmer, Mr, loss of his wife. vacation in Florida. "Happy ..... vacation." r Farmer, ReV. and Miss Patsy Amman had .... , Eugene Lay, Mrs her tonsils removed at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert ie Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Owensboro-Daviess County Farmer and baby are spen- :Johnson, Ronnie and hospital last week. "Hurry ding a few days at the home . Mrs. Lula Farmer and get well Patsy." of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Audrey, Miss Regina .... Bertron Farmer, Sue, ilton. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Mr. and cum, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Willard Sherry and Pam. Midkiff bought a trailer and .... l Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. moved it to the community Mr. Buck Howard at- lard Magan, Mr. and last week. They are coming tended church services at Steve Cheek and home from Florida to live Sugar Grove Baptist Church :nenFarmer, Edwina , Mr. and Mrs. here. Sunday. . _ . ings, Brenda Hunt, and Mr: and Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mrs. Harold H: Boots Stallings. Towery and James and Watts and son spent :Creek News Saturday night with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bus C k WSCS M Watts. o ree .... eets Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Adaburg Society News Sunday Afternoon afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Sanderfur of Bowling Green. John O'Brien submitted to back surgery at St. An- thony's Hospital, Louisville on Wednesday. Mrs. O'Brien and daughter, Miss Lynn and Mrs. Simpson of Rock- port were at his bedside. Mrs. James VanFleet is a patient at the Owensboro- Daviess County Hospital. To report No Creek news, contact Mrs. Earl Bishop, 298-7389. NON. DRINKRBS ,o OST ONL ! AUTO INSURANCE -- with nil the benefits of stondnrd policies -- 3L_7  8 ADDITIQN.tL BROADER CO VERA GE, -- or NON-DRINKERS only-- i INSURANCE COMPANIES AUTO " HOME * CHURCH " LIFE HOSPITALIZATION DISABILITY INCOME PREFERRED RISK INSURANCE AGENCY Cdl 296-7348 Sp,, shopp ce.ter Farmer visited his aunt, Mrs. Norma Bridgmon Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Moseley were guests of her brother one day last week, Mr. Ezra Ward and Mrs. eeo .ooeoooooeooooeeoeoooeo Now. Y,o u j iCon Find A Way To"w. i Shrink. Hemorrhoids AND PROMPTLY :STOP ITCHING iRELIEVE PAIN IN MOST CASES : Science has found a : medication with the i abflity, in most cases - -'to stop burning itch, : relieve pain and actually i shrink hemorrhoids. In case after case : doctors proved, while : ntly relieving  and itching, actual reduction: :(inJ-we) took phce.! : The answer is: ! Normets there is no i : other formula like it for: hemorrhoids. Normet8: : also soothes inflamed i irritated tissues  ! : helps prevent furthe : infection. In ointment ! i or suppository form. : i Spinks' Pharmacy i i Hartford, Kentucky i : Beaver Dam : Drug Co. " i Beaver Dam, Kentucky : $eoeeoeoeeeeeeeoeeeoesesQe Ward also Mrs. Alma Ash- by. Mr. Ward is recovering really well. Mrs. Minnie Wedding is some stronger and Mrs. No Creek United Church WSCS at the church Sunday at 2 p.m. The Le was "The Call of and Self Denial". Rupert Atherton was in and each member !eipated in the program. e present were : dames Rupert Atherton, ....  Tichenor, Tullis Baird, G. Sanderfur, Dennis s. Alex Bell, Bennett hey, Earl Bishop and Herod. After the gram and altar service a ess session was con- ed by the president, [. John Tichenor. James Ellis will Owensboro-Daviess Hospital Wednesday , ill have major Thursday. Evereti "Bovd has ned home after'a three is stay in Hollywood, She was accompanied Geneva Morris of ford. r. and Mrs. Larry who are residing at se Branch attended i'ch here Sunday and dinner guests of her Mr. and Mrs. J. T. lard. and Mrs. M. G. J Mr. and Mrs. Bishop spent Sunday Gertrude Ralph and Mr. John Mathley are about the same. To report Adaburg news contact Mrs. Lula Farmer. I How's Your Heating? Chicago, Ill.--A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will he given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These non-operating models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost or obligation. Write to Dept. 2179', Beltone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Vic- toria, Chicago, Ill. 60646. Adv. Hummingbird Homemakers Club Meets Mrs. Roy Hudson was hostess for the January meeting of the Hum- mingbird Homemakers Club conducted by Mrs. Roy Huison Mrs. Dean Kassinger gave the devotional at the meeting attended by seven mem- bers. The major lesson on "What To Do In Case of An Accident" was given by Mrs. Roy Hudson and Mrs. Helton Baldwin. The club voted to send valentines to She Spastic Home and to also have a valentine party at the February meeting which will be held February 10 "at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W. C. Hoover. ,.. o.,o 00ou.. TIMES Ym "l)klm lslmm HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 27, 1972 11 McHenry News Local People Spend Week In Wisconsin Shirley Ashby and Jane Chinn of Detroit are visiting Stone, enjoyed a week of here this week. They visited snowmobiling in Spooner, his sister and family, Mr. Wisconsin and also Gene and Mrs. J. S. Berryman and Lee Scott of Gary, In- and Tresa. diana. They visited Mrs. ---- Kaye Crowley and Mrs. Mr. Lee Scott, Shirley Jerry Simpson in Ham- Ashby and children visited mond, Indiana. their aunt, Mary Daniel, .... recently in Crutherville, Mo. and also Mrs. Lofton Mrs. Betty Boone, Mrs. Scott in Kieston, Missouri. Sue Lindsey and Mrs. Returning home, they Katherine Dowell were in visited the ancient Buried Madisonviile recently to City in Wycliff, Kentucky. take Kathy Lindsey to the ..... Trover Clinic for treatment. Mrs. Louise Hillard and Mrs. Johnny Pharris went to Louisville Monday to take Bonta and Shirley Culbertson to an op- tometrist. Jeffery N. Ashby celebrated his birthday with cake and ice cream at the home of his mother, Mrs. Shirley Ashby, January 19. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Dowell, Angie and Amy of Hammond, Indiana have been recent guests of his mother, Mrs. Katherine Dowell and his brothers, James and J.C. and families and her mother, Mrs. Kelley of Morgantown. Mrs. Dee Maddox and her daughter of Bowling Green attended church at the McHenry Baptist Church Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Watts. Mr. and Mrs. Everett I I III Mrs. Laura Kinchalo, is a patient at the Ohio County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dowell spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Combs and family. Leah Glover visited Kathy Lindsey Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Dowell and Brian visited Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Bell of Centertown over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hillard of Whiting visited here over the weekend. To report McHenry news, contact Mrs. Hubert Hillard, 274-4649. Wilma Counts of St. Louis, Missouri is visiting her sister, Mrs. Everett Matthews, Jr., Mr. Mat- thews and family of Ford- sville. INSTANT NESCAFE COFFEE 000z. 89' (WITH COUPON BELOW) VAN CAMP ALL MEAT PORK,,o BEANS WIENERS 31 oz. 1 lb. 29' 59' DRIED PINTO BEANS ........................ HUNT'S HALVES PEACHES ................ KELLY BEEF 24 0z STEW .............................. =.69 RED GOLD TOMATO JUICE ...................... 35' FIELD'S FINEST BACON ........................ FIELD'S CHILl ........................... !.!.,.:.6 9' 5 lb. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 47  VELVEETA CHEESE 2 lb. $1 o9 FRESH SPARE RIBS (WITH COUPON BELOW) YELLOW KRAFT MACARONI GOLDEN RIPE DINNER ................ 19' VIVA JUMBO KITCHEN TOWELS .................... 3fl POPCORN ..... 25' SCHICK PLUS PLATINUM D.E. (Reg. 89') .... 69' Ib BANANAS ............................. .10 YELLOW . 3 Ib ONIONS ............................... :.35 RED ROME APPLES ,,b. 49' VALU-MART COUPON COMET 14 oz. Without Coupon 19' Expires Jan. 29, 1972 Limit One Coupon Per Family CLEANSE LEMON FRESHENED ,.,oz. FAB (10' OFF) NO. 1 COBBLER POTATOES 10 lb. I0' 69' 59' PRICES GOOD JANUARY 27, 28, 29, 1972 Thelma's - Rockport-274-3871 VALU-MART COUPON I VALU-MART COUPON NESCAFE COFFEE [ GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 6oz. 5 lb. With Coupon 89' With Coupon 47' Without Coupon Sl' Without Coupon 69'