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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 6 Noka V. Casebier Noka Virginia Casebier, 73, of Beaver Dam died Sunday, February 8, at the Ohio County Hospital. Born in Butler County, she was a member of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church and Grace Chapter No. 37, Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are her husband, Walter Casebier; two sons, William W. Casebier of Wilmington, Delaware and John C. Casebier of Memphis, Tennessee; two daughters, Mrs. Geneva Monroe of Bethesda, Maryland and Mrs. Lucille Scott of Flemingsburg, Kentucky; and. three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 11, at the William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery. Orlin L. Cain Orlin L. 'O.L." Cain, 85, of 4104 Jefferson Street, Owensboro, died Wednesday, February 4, at his home. He was born in Illinois and was a retired oil field worker and member of Central United Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife, Margaret Cain; four daughters, Mrs. Bob (Helen) Dever of Louisville, Mrs. Eddie (Hazel) Gutherie of Griffith, Indiana, Mrs. E. N. (Mary Evelyn) Howard of Owensboro and Mrs. Bob (Jo Ann) Bowman of Fordsville; nine grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren; three sisters, Alia Wilson and Maude McCoy, both of Oblong, Illinois, and Sarah Griggs of Salem, Indiana. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, February 6, at the Phillips Funeral Home in Fordsville with burial in Fordsville Cemetery. Malcolm D. Fulford Malcolm Dundee Fulford, 30, of Hartford, formerly of Hopkinsville, died Friday, February 6, at the Ohio County Hospital as the result of in- juries received in a mining accident December 30 at Alston Mine No. 3. at Centertown. He was born in New Jersey. Surviving are his wife, Heather Fulford; a son, Malcolm Fulford Jr. of Hopkinsville;i his "father, Dund Fulford 5f Madisom, ille; his mother, Francis Sarson Fulford, and a brother, Dennis Michael Fulford, both of Hopkinsville; and three sisters, Kathryn Gentry of Hopkinsville and Sue and Martha Ann Fulford, both of Madisonville. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 8, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Beaver Dam with burial in Pine Grove Cemetery, Salem, N.H. The Duke Funeral Home in Hartford was in charge of arrangements. Hager H. Belcher Hager Hugh Belcher, 54, of Bon- nieville, Kentucky died Friday, January 30, at 10:30 p.m. at Caverna Memorial Hospital, Horse Cave, Ky. He was a former employee of Sego Funeral Home, Munfordville, Ky. and at the present was employed at Crucible Steel, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pauline Belcher, Bonnieville; a son, Gary Hugh BeIcher and a step- daughter, Jacquelin Reynolds, Bonnieville; his mother, Mrs. Mac Belcher, Utica; a sister, Mrs. Charlene Whitt, Utica; 3 broth.ers, Ellis R. Belcher and L. B. Belcher, Utica and Karl Z. Belcher, Stanton; several nieces and nephews also survive. Danny O. Goodman Funeral services for Danny Odel Goodman, 23, of Horse Branch were held at 1 p.m. Friday, February 6, at the Duke Funeral Home in Hartford with burial in Mount Olive Cemetery in Grayson County. Goodman died Tuesday, February 3, as the result of injuries received in a tractor accident near Rosine. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Goodman of In- dianapolis; a brother, James Goodman of Pendleton, Indiana; three sisters, Diane Abner of Greenfield, Indiana, Judy Abner of Indianapolis and Angle Goodman of Pendletown; and a foster brother, Steve Cooper, of Indianapolis. Angela M. Barrett Mrs. Angela Marici Barrett, 56, of Route 2, Whitesville died Saturday, February 7, at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital in Owensboro. She was born in Ohio County and was a member of St. Mary of the Woods Catholic. Church. Surviving are her husband, Tim. Barrett; two daughters, Diane and. Kathy Barrett, both at home; a brother, Onis Russelburg of Owen- sboro; and three sisters, Estelle Howard and Rosetta Russelburg, both of Owensboro, and Anna Hamilton of Whitesville. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, February 10, at the Martin Funeral Home in Whitesville with burial in St. Mary of the Woods Church cemetery. February 3 Steve Fields, Hartford; Delbert Witt, Beaver Dam; Prentice Tinsley, Hartford and Herman Park, Hart- ford. February 4 Eyvonne Hatchett, Beaver Dam; Alexander Bell, Hartford; Martyne Kirk, Hartford; Harlan Smith, Beaver Dam. Febrqary 5 Artelia T. Karraker, Centertown; Joy Leach, Beaver Dam; Wilda Puckett, Hartford; Virginia Ashford, Beaver Dam; Donna Vance, Beaver Dam; Willis Shepherd, Cromwell; Jamey Leach, McHenry; Carlie Mr. and Mrs. Danny Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Myer, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Myers and Mrs. Rena Nabours attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Jim Wilson in Obion, Tennessee January 29. You're NeverToo Old To Hear Better (31ieago, Ill.--A free offer of spe- cial interest to those who hear but do not undersiami words has been announced hv Behone. A non- operating mode] of the snlallesl Beltone aid of its kind will be given absohttelv free h) ;rexone answering this advertisement. Send for this mm-oper:lling nmdel to see how tim hearing help can be. It's yours to keep. free. The actual aid weighs less than a third of all OliliCt', and it's all at ear level, in olie lillil. These models are free, so write for Volirs now. "rhousantls have al- ready been mailed, so write lodav to l)ept. 2929, Behone Eleelronies Corp., 4201 W. Victoria SI., (31i- cago. Illinois 60646. Adv. I m Mrs. Lula Fitzgerald Askins, 70, of 511 Omega Street, Owensboro, died Tuesday, February 10, at her home. She was born in Ohio County and was a member of the Holiness Church. Her husband, Arnold F. Askins, died in 1974. Surviving are a son, Elton Fit- zgerald of Owensboro; four daughters, Mary Eva King, Shirley Ann Rice and Zelma Sparks, all of Owensboro, and Clara May Hibbard of Hamilton, Ohio; 16 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; a brother, Jess Caysinger of Dearffield; and a sister, Mrs. Eugene Henning of Whitesville. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, February 12, at the Haley-McGinnis and Owensboro Funeral Home with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. Lula F. Askins Funeral services wm'e a.m. Monday, February"g, 'in the .......... chapel of Sego Funeral Home. The Reverends Harry Hunter and Howard Srygler officiated. Interment was in the Memory Park Cemetery, Bon- n!eville, Kentucky. Willie E. Hedden Willie E. Hedden, 85, of Route 2, Fordsville died Sunday, February 8, at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. He was a member of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church and Pleasant Grove Masonic Lodge No. 803 F&AM. Surviving are three sons, Grant Hedden of Fordsville, Denton Hedden of Baldwin, Missouri and U.S. Hedden of Hartford City, Indiana; seven daughters, Pauline Morris of Crescent City, Florida, Frankie Kerr of Alexandria, Indiana, Clydia Banks of Lewisport, Lucille Boyd of Evansville, Barbara Ferry of Owensboro, Gona Meri vether and Jean Young, both of Fordsville; a sister, Myrtle Witherspoon of Arkansas; 38 grandchildren; 80 great- grandchildren, and six great-ggreat- grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, February 11, at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery. The Phillips-Harl Funeral Home in Fordsville was in charge of arrangements. Clifton Wayne Campbell, 19, Beaver Dam, miner to Norma Kay Brown, 18, Hartford. Richard Bruce Dawling, 19, CaneyviUe, oiler, to Jacqueline Lee Pirtle, 19, Caneyville. Forget about watching "IV or lis- tening to the radio. Want to read a book or sew a fine seam? Better do it before dark. Nobody has to tell you electricity is an important part of your life. Tomorrow it will be even more important.., for your children, their families, and their jobs. That's why we must build new generating plants today. So you and your children won't be faced with a power shortage tomorrow. To meet your needs takes money to pay the inflated costs of materials, fuel, labor and environmental controls. We can't pay today's and tomorrow's #. err and Jonello HIGHWAY 231 NORTH - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY - PHONE 298-7781 SEE DISPLAY IN YARD HAROLD--PARVIN--GILBERT prices on yesterday'z income. We need your understanding that your electric bill must be higher than it was a couple of years ago. This is the only way we can con- tinue to provide the electric service you're used to. Electricity is something people take for granted and that's the way it should be. In fact you don't even think about it un- less things get real quiet at your home. And we're working to keep that from happening. ELECTRICITY,..USE IT, BUT USE IT WISELY. Edmons, Beaver Dam and Jenifer D. Chapman, Beaver Dam. February 6 James S. Bell, Hartford; William Chinn, Centertown; Robert Magan, Dundee; and Daniel "Magin, Beaver Dam. February 7 Juanita M. Hoover, Hartford; Wendy Simpson, Horse Branch; Carlie Watkins, Beaver Dam; and Glenna Metcalfe, Centertown. February 8 Archie Perry, Centertown; Patricia Simpson. Centertown; Brown L. Hampton, Morgantown; Nell Beaver Dam; Effie Burton, Irnee McKinney, Morgantown; B. Moore, Beaver Dam; Cartwright, Beaver Dam; Shrewsbury, CaneyviUe. February 9 Avery Hill, Beaver Dam; Gayhart, Hartford; Sarah Rockport; Mary Fleener, Ella Durham, Beaver Dam; Raymer, Beaver Dam; Moore, McHenry; Mary Centertown, and Misty Centertown. 114 West Walnut, Hartford, Ky. Phone 298-3201 D.M. Danny and and Ann Suzanne Sponsored By Rice FEBRUARY 14 There will be a Teen Dance at Wayland-Alexander School February 14th, sponsored by the PTA, proceeds to go to the air conditioning fund. Big Daddy Bobbalou will be there. FEBRUARY 14 A class reunion for 1966 graduates of Ohio County High School is being planned. County residents interested are asked to contact Ira Berry, 298- 3855, or Robbie Coppage, 298-7482, by February 14. FEBRUARY 16 Offices in the Ohio County Cour- thouse, Post Offices, local banks and the Ohio County Public Library will be closed, Monday, February 16, in observance of Presidents' Day. Of- fices in the Courthouse will also be closed today, February !2, in ob- servance of Lincoln's birthday. FEBRUARY 28 Local school competition for a Bicentennial spelling bee is being held through February 16. One winner from each school will compete in a spell-off February 28 at 10 a.m. at Wayland Alexander School. FEBRUARY 13 Lizzie Ford Chapter OES Chili Dinner will be Friday 13, 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. atthe Masonic Hall. FEBRUARY 19 The-Otha Daniel Homemakers meet February 19 at the Mrs. Tillie Canan. FEBRUARY17 Tuesday, February 17 has designated Heart Fund Coffee Ohio County. Proceeds from coffee in participating will be contributed to the Heart FEBRUARY 29 February 29 is Heart Everyone is urged to contribute ' a volunteer from the Heart calls, q '< MARCH 4