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... o ..o o.. TIMES Yw Pk  HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 6, 1969 8 ,0ck,0r, S0c,a, ,0,i00 By Mrs. Walter Dortch a *n Miss Leddy0 Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Everly and Tammy Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowe and boys of Bowling Green. *** Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wal- lace Fulkerson, Calumet City, Illinois, vlglted Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Singleton and Mrs. Addle Singleton Friday. Mrs. Hulett Curtis spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Dickte Curtis and family of Louisville, Kentucky. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dannte Decker and Sheri Lynn were Mrs. Jr. Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Decker, Jr., Greg and Patty. Mrs. Robert Smith spent the day Saturday with Mr. andMrs. Corba Fulton. Mrs. Lorene Beck, Owensboro, Kentucky, vls- itend Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irlis Dun- can, Ceralvo, Kentucky, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Corba Fulton last week. The Rockport and Echols Boy Scouts met Monday night at 6 o'clock at the Pond Run Baptist Church for their regular weekly meeting. Scout Master Neal Owens, junior assistants are Anthony Taylor and Paul Walton. Mrs. Gladys McGuyer and Mrs. Marilyn Hunsaker were Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs. Walter Dortch and Mrs. Dannie Decker and Sheri Lyn. Mr. Doug Cavendar is home for semester break. Doug is a student at West- ern University. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fulk- erson of Calumet City, Illinois visited Saturday with Mrs. Addle Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Singleton, also other rel- atives. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corba Fulton Friday after- noon were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown, Echols, Ken- tucky. Mrs. Aron Durham visi- ted Miss Flosste Wilson Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Dan- iel and Monica, Mount Ver- non, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hunsaker, Richmond, Kentucky spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William T. McGuyer and family. Mrs. Roberta Smith visi- ted Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. *** Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Lanier and Marty of Pa- ducah spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Durham. *** Miss Susan Taylor is spending semester break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Decker and son of Beaver Dam, Kentucky, visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman King Fri- day afternoon. SR Roger Givens is home on leave. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Givens. Roger will leave for Scotland soon. Mr. and Mrs. Rodfer Wil- son of Valley Station, Ken- tucky, Pvt. John Wilson and Pvt. Jerry Baron, both of Fort Knox, Kentucky, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson. Hazard, Kentucky, is spending semester break with Miss Donna McGuyer. Both girls are students at Western Kentucky Univer- sity. Mr. C.W. Sheffield has been a patient at the Daviess County Hospital. He was released Sunday and is im- proving. Citizens of Rockport wish to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ross and daughter, who have recently pur- chased the property of Mrs. Henry Stone. Miss Barbara Chancellor is spending semester break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chancellor. Bar- bara is a student at Western University. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Lanier and Marty of Pa- ducah spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Durham and children. Mrs. C. W. Sheffield spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Lena Brooks, Owensboro, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Clearan and children of Danville, Kentucky and Mrs. Wilda Rogers and children were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sheffield. Mr. Sheffield celebrated his birthday before entering the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Maddox are the parents of a 6 lb. 13 oz. baby boy. He will answer to the name Allen Troy. Fairview Society N ews Mrs. Doris Young Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Young were in Central City Friday visiting Mrs. Young's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Devine. Visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Faught and Milford were Mr. Eddy Young of Paducah and Mr. and Mrs. Brenton Young. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Nabours called on Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Young and girls Saturday night. Several attended the Mis- cellaneous Shower given Mr. and Mrs. James Eddy Myers, Saturday night. They received many nice and useful gifts. Mrs. Billy Woodring and daughter Karen and Janet Burton were in Owensboro Sunday visitin,g, friend s. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tucker. Mrs. Lou Della Maze, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phelps and Jeff were in Owensboro Saturday s hoping. Mrs. Lou Della Maze and girls spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Myers. Twentieth Century Woman's Club Meets The Twentieth Century Woman's Club of Beaver Dam met Monday night, February 3, at the home of Mrs. Ronald Weedman. This was the auction party guests night. Each member brought two guests. Mrs. Harold Tunks served as the auctioneer. The club voted for two members to have a valen- tine party for the mentally retarded children of Ohio County. Program chair- man is Mrs. Ray Plummer. Beaver Dam Xocia/ A'renes 00;OCiETY N00WS mrs. Carlton Daniel. Society I00ditor ........ 2 1 Rosine Society News Mr. Boyce Taylor Phone 274-3756 Mrs. Grace Woosley suf- fered a severe heart attack early Thursday morning at her home and was conveyed to Ohio County Hospital by ambulance where her con- dition at this time is some- Mr. And Mrs. Everett Kendall Celebrate BOth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kendall of 824 North Main Street, Beaver Dam, cele- brated their 60th wedding anniversary February 4th in the quiet of their home, due to Mrs. Kendall's health. Mr. ad Mrs. Kendall PERSONALS Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Henry were their son, Mr. Virgil Henry, Mrs. Henry and Steve of Owensboro. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes from Wed- nesday till Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Doug McKenney of Murray. Mr. and Mrs. McKenney stayed over Sunday. Dinner guests of Mrs. Alice Daniel last Thursday were Mrs. Glyndean Hazel- rigg, Hartford, Mrs. Edith Kelly, Mrs. Lillian Chinn and Mr. and Mrs. Carl- ton Daniel. Mrs. Mary Ethel Foster accompanied her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foland to Akron, Ohio where she will visit another sister, Mrs. T. Cogswell. Mr. and Mrs. Foland had been vaca- tioning in Florida. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Grant was conveyed to the Ohio County Hospital Monday night with croup. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ambrose, Bells Run were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Whobrey. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Brown and Byron spent Saturday night and Sunday with their son, Brent, in Louisville. The hospitality committee consists of Anita Cook, Lynn Ray Black, Barbara Blackburn and Lorene Fleener. An enjoyable time was had by all. were married at Rockport, Indiana February 4th, 1909. They have four children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kendall who live in Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Welby Porer, mond, Indiana; Dr. and Mrs. Billy R. Allen, Beth and Chris of Montgomery, Alabama; Evangelist ana Mrs. Clyde Kendall and Tommy, of Jonesboro, Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kendall, Junior and so, Bpbby who live in A- Jtmmle'rand Lu AnnofHam lan:ta; t_;orgia. - = ...... Elmer Barnes and Doug McKenney visited Elmer's sister, Mrs. Charles Daniel, Mr. Daniel and family in Louisville Sun- day. *** Mr. andMrs. Anion Chinn spent Sunday night with their son, Mr. Bobby Ray Chinn, Mrs. Chinn, Doug and Brian of Jeffersonville, Indiana. Mrs. Gordon Henry, her daughter, Miss Pare Henry and Steve Turner of Bed- ford, Indiana flew to Whit- ing, Indiana to spend the weekend with Mrs. Henry's sister, Mrs. Pete Bennett and Mr. Bennett. Miss Henry is employed by the Delta Air k, ines and is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lucy Chinn. Mrs. May Lee, City, ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bilbro, Centertown and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hazelrigg, Hartford, to the funeral of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Nicholas (Fannie) Hazelrigg at Evansville, Indiana, Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Aut Hoover, Centertown, Route were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kelly and Ted. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ford Saturday night and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Haytte Ford, Lexing- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones and Jane of Carydon, Indiana. Mrs. Cathy McKenney and Kaye McKenney of Murray, honored their mother-in-law, Mrs. Charles McKenney of Bea- ver Dam with a pink and blue shower Sunday after- noon at the Goshen Church. Games were enjoyed and prizes awarded. Delicious cake and punch was served to eighteen. Mrs. Mc- Kenney received a nice variety of useful gifts. Mrs. Ina Barnard attend- ed the funeral for her sister Rose McClurkan, in Nash- ville Wednesday. Shower Honors Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Patton received many lovely gifts at a wedding shower given in their honor Monday night, February 3, at the Hotel Tilford, Bea- ver Dam. The gift table and the refreshment table were covered with beige lace cloths and decorated with blue bows. A yellow floral centerpiece enhanced the refreshment table. Game prizes were won by Patsy Patton and Ruby Davis. The door prize was won by Penny Dennis. Refreshments of cake, punch, mints and nuts were served by Miss Vicki Pat- ton and Miss Shirley Casey. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Mamie Lauter- wasser, Mrs. Houston Patton and Mrs. Gene Cole= man. kev. and Mrs. D. S. Ben- nett, Cleveland, Ohio visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bennett and her mother, Mrs. Mattie French Monday at the new rest home in Hartford. 00NONE WiLL SERVE YOU BETTER FEW AS WELL ITS MOTTO: SAFETY-SERVICE TWO LOCATIONS. MAIN BANK: MAIN STREET, BRAHCH BANK: Cromwell Society News By Mrs. Marion Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and daughter of Wooster, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Apgar of Augusta; Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Allen and daughter of Luf- kin, Texas were called home due to the illness and death of their mother, Mrs. Manassie Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Rat- ferry and Mrs. Rex Bennett of Wooster, Ohio, Mr. John Rafferty of Fort Knox and Mr. and Mrs. RayburnRaf- ferty and daughter of Eliz- abethtown visited their mother, Mrs. Nana Rafferty Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wallace of Louisville, vis- ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John I. Wallace dur- ing the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ray Daugherty of Louisville were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Grace Wil- son. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hines of Owensboro spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Blacklock. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert West of Hartford visited her brother, Boyce Flener and Mrs. Flener Tuesday even- ing. what improved. She had not been ill and had no previous history of a heart condition. Rosine was the scene of three funerals on Sunday afternoon. Services were for Mrs. Manassie Allen, widow of Jackson Allen, Edward (Bubby) Johnson and Mrs. Ruth Cundiff. The latter two died as the result of injuries sustained in a head-on crash of an auto and semi-trailer truck near Fowler, Indiana on Thurs- day afternoon. May we extend our sympathy to Mrs. Birdie Johnson and family, former residents of Rosine, now living in Evansville, Indiana. Mr. Milton (Bud) Beatty underwent surgery at ODC Hospital last Friday and is doing fine. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmy Embry and baby will arrive in Louisville Friday night from Clark Air Force Base in the Phillipine Islands. Sgt. Embry has been stationed at Clark for the past two years. Mrs. Evelyn Taylor is a patient at Ohio County Hos- pital. She entered the hospital last Thursday. Mrs. Taylor's husband, Boyce, also is ill. Their daughter, Opal, who is at- tending school in Louis- ville, visited them over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Westerfield had as visitors over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Westerfield and family of Louisville. Mrs. Linda Schraeder and child- ren of Evansville, Indiana, PERSONA Recent guests Mrs. Ellis were Mr. and Davison, Mr. and Brtte and Mr. Mark Hanna and Smith. Guests of Mr. J. B. Daugherty of Centertown night were Mr. Jerry Francis Mrs. Willie City, who is a the Ohio County after suffering from a fall at proving. their son, Irvington, Mr. Willie Louisville called on Sunday. Mr. was here to neral of his "Bubby" Mr. and Mrs. S$ of Louisville and Mrs. Mark Sunday. Also Patton, Mr. Stewart and day afternoon. Mr. and and family of spent last week Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Duke and family. lit III I1, Mrs. Ronnie patient at the Hospital last now at home fine. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Probus ter, Mary Sue, birthday party one week honoring Whitely of Horse Rev. Gene former pastor dist Church here, Beaver Dam, is preaching here each Sunday lowing the resi the pastor Rev. ander. TAYLOR'S DEPARTMENT ST Beaver Dam, Kentucky 2 100% Cotton PETTI-POINT PRINTS Regular Sl" Value SALE PRICED SP S Colorful fabrics for adorable spring fashions... s during this pre-season event! Forget Wrinklesl Throw The Iron PERMANENT PRESS PRIN 65% Polyester-35% Cotton --- 88',d SALE PRICED . A pnvmlvn bbml  pely*mw aml 'vw elIN'* moddm  44,,1 wMe,. Fine Quality COTTON PRIm Regular 39c -- Special 100% Cotton WASH 'N PRINTS Regular 79  Valm SALE PRICED 3 Yd* S 1 O0 100% Cotton Solid Color POPLIN Reg. $1.GO Value SALE PRICED 7700,. 100% Cotton Better Quality Unbleached MUSLIN Reg. 25c Value SALE PRICED 4Yd" 88 c M.e qNlUy omm... Ided v, kb. BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BAN l STRONG CONSERVATIVE