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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, MARCH 3, 2005, PAGE ll-B Weddings ..... Birthdays ..... Anniversaries ..... New Arrivals ..... Grandparent's Corner OOOOO0 Pi Ain't WAS 24th FOR THE FIRST MONTH GET THE 2ND MONTH Hi 2701 Frederica Street Omensboro, Ky "A Retirement with different levels of assistance to meet your changing needs" Leasing 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments- O by Betty Hillard Ford 274-4905 I would like to begin the column this week by extend- hag sympathy to the family of Jessie Brown Hill, who has passed away. She had spent the past few years in Profes- sional Care Home in Hart- ford. She and her family have always been very special to US. And sympathy to the fam- ily of Earnest Ernie" Stone, who has passed away. He was of Owensboro, but for- merly of Ohio County. His parents are Robert "Bubbo" and Mary "Boots" Stone. Bubbo" is a brother of two of my aunts, Reubena Moseley and Lova Moseley. Services and burial were in Owenaboro. Sympathy also to the fam- ily of Ruthie Elizabeth Baize, who was a patient at Bon Harbor Nursing and Reha- bilitation Center in Owensboro. She was for- merly of Ohio County, the daughter of the late John and Becky Davis Jones. Her hus- band was the late Justus Baize. And sympathy to the fam- ily of Gladys Mac Sampson, who has passed away. She had been a patient for sev- eral years at Belle Meade Nursing Home in Green e, but she was from Ohio County. Services were held at Tucker Funeral Home in Central City and burial was held in Echols Cemetery. This family hasalways been very special to us. Sympathy also to our son, Sam very good friend, Adam Renfrow, his dad, Tim Renfrow, and grandfather, Walker Renfrow and all of the family on the loss of Adam's grandmother, Oma Rose Renfrow, who has passed away. We were saddened to hear of the unexpected loss of Mary Ann Brown Hawley. She was such a special per- son. Sympathy is extended to this family. And many of us see Chris Allen each day doing the weather on Channel 13 in Bowling Green. Sympathy to him and his family on the loss of his morn, Mary Alice Allen, whose services were in Tennessee Friday, February 25 and burial was in Nash- ville National Cemetery. Also, sympathy is extended to David's great-aunt, Jewel Hicks Ladd and all of her family on the loss ofher hus- band, Claude Ladd. Jewel fives in Dawson Springs and she is a sister of David's grandmother, the late Katie Belle Hicks Jones. Funeral Services were held Monday, February 28 at Bandy Fu- neral.Home in Nortonville, with burial in Rosedale Cem- etery. And sympathy also to David's -m-law Keith Ballard and his wife, Wanda (David's sister); and of that family on the loss of Keith's stepdad. Services were Saturday, February 26 in Indianapolis, Indiana. All of these folks will be very greatly missed. Birthdays: Logan Parks--- sixth birthday; Caitlin Gor- don-fifth birthday--March 3; Dicie Alsman; Macey Ward; Jackie Harbaugh; little Mollie Anne Shephard--sec0nd birth- day--all on March 4; Tammy McCoy; Kim Warren; Cindy Ellis Sandefur; Georgina Williams Dockery; Betty Jackson--March 5; Jessica Brown--March 6; Michael Moseley; Jackie Sailing-- March 7; Devon Cravens Francis--16th birthday; little Carlie Ann Hansen--- first birthday; Cindy Perry Davis; Grace BishoIy--March 8; Dual Crowley II (Dink); Emogene Bratcher; Mary K. Duvall; Jackie Decker-- March 9; Billy Douglas cel- ebrated a birthday on Febru- ary 27. Danica and Gabriella Shephard celebrated their sixth birthdays recently. Treva Jones Decker cel- ebrated a birthday recently. Last week in my column, I meant to send a special Happy Birthday wish to a very special lady, Inez Curtis who celebrated her 89th birthday on February 24. However, I )o-booed" and, after I did my other birth- days, I left that out. So, I apologize for that. I hope she had a wonderful day on her - birthday. She was in the Ohio County Hospital last we k due to pneumonia, and spent her birthday ifi the hospital. But she is doing much better now. I would like to send Spe- cial "Happy Birthdaf wishes to my cousin, Rita Sutherland, who will cel- ebrate on March 4, and her husband, Larry Joe Sutherland, who will cel- ebrate on March 6. Hope they both have very good birth- days! And special "Happy Birth- day wishes go to Chester Drake (of Beaver Dam Health Care Manor), who will celebrate his 95th birth- day on March 4! A birthday party was held at the home of C.W. Ford Sunday afternoon in honor of four grandsons who had cel- ebrated birthdays in Febru- ary: Zachary Hinton; Blake Hinton; Jarrod Ford; Nicho- las Ford; and a great-grand- son: Noah Minton; and granddaughter and hus- band, Karen and MichaeI Minton, who celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary on February 22. Several at- tended and enjoyed having lunch and cake and enjoyed being together. Wedding Anniversaries: Tim and Jamie Rafferty Evans--fourth--March 3; Paul and Lana Moseley-- 28th--March 4. I would like to send spe- " cial 58th wedding anniver- sary wishes to a very special couple, W.& and Jane Chan- cellor, who will celebrate on March 4! Ofceurse, W.A. has been a patient in Owensboro Medical Health System for a few weeks since he had his accident, so I'm sure he will be spending the anniversary in the hospital, and I'm sure Jane will be there too. But, I hope he feels well on that day, and that they can have a good day. A very special couple, "Skip" and Pat Scott cel- ebrated their 28th wedding anniversary recently. Hope they had a good day! And I'd like to apologize to Chester and Virginia Baize. Chester called me last week about their wedding anniversary alter I had al- ready sent the news column in. I thought I may be able to still get his item added on before it was too late, how- ever I called and it was al- ready too late, and I'm sure they were looking for this last week. But I hope they had a very good day on Feb- ruary 21, as they celebrated their 47th wedding anniver- sary. The wedding of Bradley Beebout and Dwaynetta Jones will be this Saturday, March 5, at 2 p.m. at Echols General Baptist Church, with the pastor of the church, Rev. Darrell Belcher per- forming the ceremony. Bra- dley is the son of Steve and Christina Beebout and Dwaynetta is the daughter of Claud Wayne and Annette Jones. He is the grandson of Maurice and Mary Ball. She is the granddaughter of Erma Allen McKinley and the late Conley Allen and Howard McKinley and Claud Jones and the late Dollie Jones. He is a 2003 graduate of Ohio County High School and is currently an employee of Western Kentucky Travel Center. She is a 2002 graduate of Ohio County High School and is a student of Owensboro Community Col- lege and is an employee of Kroger. A reception will fol- low at Cromwell Fire Depart- ment. The couple is planning to make their home in Ohio County. Congratulations to this soon-to-be-married couple! There is a Youth Revival in progress this week at Cal- vary Hill United Baptist Church. There is a different evangelist each night. Ev- eryone is invited. The church's pastor is Rev. Amos Alsman. The youth leader is Rev. Matt Alsman. Mable Snodgrass has re- turned home after visiting a week in North Carolina with her son, J.R. Snodgrass, his wife Melissa and Mable's twin grandchildren, Liam and Logan; who have re- cently celebrated their first birthdays on February 12. And also while in North Carolina, Mable was able to visit with her grandson, Scan Snodgrass and his girl- friend. While Mable was vis- iting in North Carolina, her mother-in-law, Mildred Snodgrass was visiting with her daughter, Barbara Giv- ens and her husband "Buck in Butler County. David!s nephew, Kyle Hinton, wife Heather and baby daughter, Jenna have moved to Antioch, Tennessee and Kyle has accepted a job position there. We wish them very good luck in their new location. And I'd like to men- tion that David's niece, (Kyle's sister), Krista Hinton, is spending this week in Ec- uador (in South America) with something relating to her field (the health field). Krista has been doing some internships, and will be graduating from the Univer- sity of Kentucky in May. Good luck to Krista also. Many may remember that back in August, a film crew from Western Kentucky University's PBS TV station was at Beaver Dam Cafe and did some filming which was later to be aired on "Dinner Cruise --a series about res- taurants in the area. This program is to be aired this Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m. on Western's PBS channel. Many were there at the cafe at the time of the filming and may be on the show on TV. A lady from there is scheduled to be at the restaurant again this Thursday, March 3 from 11 a.m. to I p.m. If you need more information about this, contact Beaver Dam Care and also there may be an ar- ticle about it, written by our son Sam, in this newspaper. But ff you were there when the filming was done, or whatever and you need more information, I'm sure you can get it. I would like to pass this along to everyone again: The Ohio County Genealogy So- ciety has a new book now for sale. It is the Ohio County, Kentucky 1880 Census. It is a good book to have for those interested in their family tree in Ohio County or who have ties to the county. This book is a nice hard-! bound book. If you are inter-i ested in buying a copy or need more information, con-! tact: Shirley Watson Smith at: (270) 274-4378. As usual, there are sick: people to be remembered in prayer. Some are: We have learned that Ray Dockery is a patient at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota at this writing. He is doing much better. My uncle, Vernie Moseley under- went surgery last week to remove his gall bladder. He has returned home and is doing fairly well with his re- cuperation. James Road is doing much better a. Owensboro Medical Health System and has been put into a regular room. And his two daughters, who were pa- tients in Ohio County Hospi-. tal, are doing better also. Phillip Rock has been re- leased from Ohio County Hospital and is doing better. Little CalebAllen has under- gone his surgery at Kosair's Hospital in Louisville and has done well. We have learned that Bessie White is doing much better. David's cousin, Cora Ellen McKinley Hall (of Elizabethtown) called us just last night and told us that David's cousin,i (her sister), Margaret* Stanley (of Texas), who has: had serious heart surgery. before, had suffered anothdr heart attack and had a couple of stints put in re- cently. And she said that Margarets's husband, Phil Stanley, who has many health problems, had spent the past couple of months in the hospital. So afterward, David called and talked to both Margaret and her husband, Phil. They seemed to be in good spirits and seemed to be doing fairly well. Remember them both in prayer. Remember Wesley Green in prayer. He is to have knee surgery this Thursday in Bowling Green. Keep remembering: W.A. Chancellor; Clyde and Marie Asbury; Jacob Scott; "Skip" Scott; Riley Scott; Anna Marie Johnson; Martha Parks; Glen Wells; Josh Fulkerson; Jason Peech;" Wilda Casteel; Kenny' Willoughby; Connie Burden; Margie Ross; Kenny Rock (of Indiana). There are still many we have known wha have been having colds, flu,; viruses and such. Remember them and others prayer. This week, I would like to thank Chester Baize for reading the column each week, and I'm glad that he and his wife, Virginia had a good day on their 47th wed- ding anniversary February 21. report McHenry News, contact: Betty Hillard Ford at 274-4905.