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Dupree Son to Paula and of Hartford 12 at Medical Health Maze to Melissa on Feb- at Owensboro Medi- System. Call.way to Melanie Call,way of on February 14 Medical Ion to Micheala and of Utica February 14 at Medical Health Hamilton to Tammy and Hamilton of on February 15 Medical to Sarah Knox Aull of on February 16 Medical L System. Stewart to Erica and 18 at Medical Health Hibbard I on Feb- ' 18 at Owensboro Medi- We Care needs During the month they will be busy need to know your- v information and the corn- and how the Seg Mr. and Mrs. Opal Frame and Joetta Renfrow would like to announce the ap- proaching marriage of their son, Kevin Frame, of Horse Branch, to Dana Moore, of Rockport. She is the daughter of Mary and Richard Parritt of Rockport and Chuck and community feels about cer- tain issues. That's where you can help them! Let us know your opin- ion regarding the following: "What is the biggest drug problem in Ohio County. Is it alcohol, methamphet- amine, marijuana, smoking, KY 42320 Phone: (270) 274-331 Tiffany Ford & Trenton Calvert April 3, 2005 Leah Stewart & Kyle Graham May 15, 2005 & Jonathon ! June 18, 2005 Jennifer Williams & Chris Luttrell TIM]ES.NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, MARCH 3, 2005, PAGE 13-B Weddings ..... Birthdays..:..Anniversari s.....New Arrivals ..... Grandparent's Corner OOOOO0 P by Frances Harvey 274-5552 or Selena Gilstrap 274-9062 charge for admission to the barn. The Monroe Home Place on Jerusalem Ridge is open to visitors from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Fri- day and from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. on Sunday. June 18, 2005 Amy Mayes & Gregory Luttrell July 16, 20O5 m ,, ,,, , , Deepest sympathy is ex- tended to the family of Dor- othy Russell. Dorothy, age 83, passed away on Wednes- day, February 23, 2005, at Hillcrest Health Care Center in Owensboro. She was a long-time resident of the Rosine area. She and her late husband, Dean Russell, had raised their family near Rosine. Dorothy will be missed by all who knew her. Funeral services were held at Danks Funeral Home, Bea- ver Dam, on Saturday, after- noon, February 26, with burial in Rosine Cemetery. There will be a benefit auc- tion with music at the Rosine Barn Saturday, March 12, 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. Musicians scheduled to perform include the Tunnel Hill, Jerusalem Ridge and Vince Combs bands. David Johnston, di- rector of Ohio County Parks, will serve as auctioneer for the evening. Items for auction will in- clude pies, cakes, other baked goods, miscellaneous house- hold items, etc. All proceeds go to Joey Bratcher to help pay medical bills. For more information or to make dona- tions of auction items or cash, please call 270-274-9744. weekdays, or 270-274-5552, evenings and weekends. Senior lunches are served: at the St. Francis Commu- nity Center in Horse Branch at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Costs for people age 60 and older is a one dollar donation. A letter was received last Saturday from a young lady in Dartmouth, Devon, UK. Isabell Morriss had visited Rosine with her mother and grandparents in June, 1999, when she was five years old. She sent her best wishes to everybody in Rosine. Her grandparents, Dave and Rose Morriss, of Saltash, Cornwall, plan to be in Rosine with the Morriss Boys Bluegrass Band the last week in May and first two weeks of June. The Bluegrass Boys have confirmed that they will have their annual reunion in Rosine Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 26, 27 and 28 People who wish to use the Rosine Barn or Rosine Com- munity Park for a family or community activity are re- quested to please call Frances Harvey to schedule the barn or Selena Gilstrap to sched- ule the park. People who used the barn or park last year and wish to have the same time this year should please call and confirm the date. Bryan & Rachel Phelps March 10, 2005 W sit us the next time you're shopping for a V edding or shower gift. We'll help you select the perfect gift; we will wrap and ship it if needed. The service is free! Renee Allen of Hartford. The wedding ceremony will take place Saturday, March 19, at 1 p.m. at Saint Francis Community Center in Horse Branch. A reception will take place aRerward. All family members and friends are invited. No formal invi- tations will be sent. /" prescription drugs, etc.? Please call 270-298-7744 or e-mail to sbarnar l@ohio.k or jrobinso@ohio.k As- set #7 - Community Values Youth - Young person per- ceives that adults in the com- munity value youth. i NEW & LIKE NEW brand name clothes, shoes, purses for the whole family and houselmld items. * * * * * $ *Levi*Lei Mudd AmericanEagk Tommy GAP Nil~*Oshkosb OIdNa~*Redx~ Limited Too Nautica polo Liz Cl~ib0mc Jc~ NY VJ Exp* I~vana Republic... Mon. - Sat. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (l BLOCK FROM DANKS 501 W. 3rd St. (270) 274-0411 FUNERAL HOME) Beaver Dam, KY 42320 CONWAY & KEOWN ATTORNEYS AT LAW 124 West Union Street Hartford, Kentucky 42347 Civil & Criminal Trial Practice Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Professional Negligence, Products Liability, Criminal Defense, Automo- bile Accidents, Social Security ability, Workers' Compensation, Wills & Trusts, Estates, Real Estate CALL 298-3231 FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION Kentucky Law does not certify specialities of legal practice Best wishes go to former Rosine-area resident, Ma y Margaret McElrath, Grand Rivers, who is recovering at home, following recent sur- gery. She would probably appreciate cards from friends. Her address is P.O. Box 13, Grand Rivers, KY 42045. Congratulations and best wishes go to Brian and Kay Wade Westerfield on the birth of their son, Brian Keith. The young man was bern on Saturday, February 19, at the hospital in Leitchfield and weighed seven pounds, six ounces. He was 19 inches long. Proud grandparents include Phyllis Wade and Bill and Faye Westerfield. The ministers and congre- gations of both Rosine churches, United Methodist and Missionary Baptist, wel- come all who wish to worship with them. Sunday morning services at both churches begin at 11:00 with Sunday school one hour earlier. Mis- sionary Baptist also has ser- vices at 7 p.m. on Wednes- days and at 6 p.m. on the second, fourth and fifth Sun- days. The RosineArea Commu- nity Choir meets for practice at 7 p.m. on Thursday in United Methodist Church. The public is welcome at practice. The choir is made up of singers from several different churches in Ohio County. The Rosine Barn Jambo- ree is held at 7 p.m. on Fri- days in the Rosine Barn. All singers, musicians and fans are welcome. There is no Recent visitors of Loretta Allen included Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Dean)Allen of Pleasant Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. David (Peggy)Allen of Clarksville, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Connie Jean) Payton of Flint Springs and Mr. and Mrs., Joe-(Karlene) Kost of Rockport, Indiana ..... The Rosine News is writ- ten for this newspaper each week by Frances Harvey (274-5552) and Selena Gilstrap (274-9062). People with news for next week should please call Frances or Selena. Woman' s .12th Mrs. Riley carried out a Valentine's Day theme with miniature cupids and hearts scattered around a sliver pitcher filled with red and white carnations as her din- ing table centerpiece. Tea- time treats, punch and cof-: fee were served to her guests. As each lady departed, she was given a cloth Valen- tine treat bag with a mini loaf of Mrs. Riley's signature bread, tea and candies. Mrs. Perry Lewis will host the March meeting. The following is the Nutri- tion Site menu for March 7 - 11: Monday: Lemon pepper chicken; breaded omatoes; mixed greens; white bread; pudding; diet pudding Tuesday: Ro t beefwith gravy; baked potato; carrots roll; peaches; unsweetened fruit Wednesday: Salisbury steak; parsley potatoes; green beans; roll; mandarin oranges; unsweetened fruit Thursday: Spaghetti with meat sauce; tossed salad; breadstick; cooked al ples; unsweetened fruit Friday: Pimento cheese; chili soup; sweet and sour slaw; wheat bread; cookie; diet wafer met Site menu Valentines, both old and new, were shared with 13 Woman's Club of Hartford members and two guests at the home of Mrs. George Riley February 12. The guest speaker for the afternoon was Ms. Marcy Button of Georgetown. Ms. Button, a Center*own native and teacher in Georgetown, reviewed the book, Under the Banner of Heaven, by Jon Krakauer. Nutrition