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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTU(~KY, MARCH 4, 1976 14 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steven Weeks ana Miss Candy Lynn Likens and Mr. Paul Steven Weeks exchanged marriage vows at 4 p.m. on February 7 in Lake Hills Baptist Church in Schererville, Indiana. They received guests at a reception at Holy Name Hall in Cedar Lake, Indiana. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Likens of 7475 West 84th Place in Crown Point, Ind., and Mr, and Mrs. Paul B. Weeks of 2911 Kenwood St., Hammond, Ind. The bride is also the granddaughter of Beaver Dam Personals CUSTOM PRINTING OF ALL Out | is Not It MORRIS PRINTING COMI Rt. 1 - Horse Branch - Mesdames Elsie Montgomery, Ethel Armendt, Lorena Brown and Miss Lurnmie Taylor have returned from a ten-day visit with Mrs. Henrye Butler formerly of Beaver Dam, now of Gainesville, Fla. While there they visited Silver Springs, St. Augustine, and Disneyworld. They enjoyed the beautiful flowers, azalea, red bud, dogwood and tulip trees. They had a good time catching up on their talking, as well as visiting points of interest. They went by Amtrak from Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jolly, Mark and Mike of Evansville were visitors of Mrs. Jolly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Black and other relatives and friends on Sunday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Gaff, Jackie, Ray and Mike on Sunday were Mr. Goff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gaff of Cromwell, and Mrs. Goff's mother, Mrs. Clay Keith, Morgantown and Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Goff's daughters, Miss Tommy Gaff, Bowling Green and Mrs. Richie Holmes and Mr. Holmes of Terre Haute, Ind. Happy birthday to Miss Tammy Gaff whose birthday was Feb. 19 and Pete Gaff, who celebrated his 75th birthday Tuesday, March 2. m Miss June Park visited Ms. Arlene Park Trunnell of Philpot last Sunday. Ohio County has lost two fine citizens, Mr. Gordon Chinn, age 85 years, whose funeral was Friday and Mrs. (John) Keown, 80 years of Cromwell whose funeral was Monday, at the William L. Danks Funeral Home. They will be sadly mediately. Mr. Ward passed away Monday. His body is at the Lindsey Funeral Home in Paducah. Funeral arrangements are not known at this time. Can it be just March or are we having April and May with tem- peratures in the mid-seventies this past week. Surely gets people out of their hibernation to the yards and gardens. A wonderful time to add a bit of muscle exercise and the op- portunities to breathe warm fresh air. Have an enjoyable time, for we are having predictions of 20's by Friday. That will hurt won't it? It is good while it lasts, enjoy it! .,...... Mesdames Walter Cohron of Bowling Green and Rhoda Taylor, Louisville, spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Richard McKee and Mr. McKee in their, new home on Central Avenue where they recently moved. WANTED HAIR CUTS i From 1 to 75 years of age They visited Mrs. Dearinger's cousin, ,' Miss Mary Brown and Miss Novia PERMANENTS Ross on Saturday afternoon. They From10 to 75 years of age were enroute to their home after " MEN OR WOMEN spending two months in Florida. Myrtle, Mark & Wanda To report Beaver Dam news, MYRTLE'S BEAUTY contact Miss Mary E. Brown, 274- 305 Apple Alley- Hartfmd- 4871. The Difference Is In The Service Glenn Berryman Martin Tichenor We handle complete insurance req Insurance 20] West Union Street - Hartford, Ky - Phone 298.3242 Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dearinger of Louisville were in town last weekend. Practical, economical, versatile! Five models to choose from in the Head Rest series and the unique STREAKER/Clipper. See the Van Conversion by Gerring today... America's Best! The newly formed Brownie Troop, 252 held its first meeting Wednesday, Vacation; shop; use one in your missed as well as others who haveFebruary 25 at Western Elementary Beautiful interiors, real wood passed away lately in their cam- School in Rockport. The new mere- fully insulated, many options plus Mrs. Dora Likens of Beaver Dam. munities. . bet's are Tommy Durham, Patty " Is For The bride is a graduate of Lake .__ Decker, Loriscott, Mary Curtis, Lori acUtf tmh~:hV=n~lsdth:;tl?vmeumotTthelrn Central High School and is employed Hunsaker, Sherry Decker, Amy by Hammond City School System, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Ramsey, Krueger, Gloria Jones, Sherry see a Gerrlng convers,on--- '----TODAY at: Hammond, Ind. Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mr. and Harper, Annette Southard, Sara Mrs. Jesse Haven of Shepherdsville, Im, m M(,tm Co Harbaugh, Leah Stewart, Karen The bridegroom is a graduate ofspent the weekend with Mrs. Ross, Krisondra Asberry, Teresa Morton Senior High School and is Ramsey's and Mr. Haven's mother, Childers, Pam Childers, Karen I (, attending Calumet College. He is Mrs. Rhoda Haven. Baggerly and Annie Baggerly. I C0v'ers~ns ";~ ~ North - Beaver Dam, Kentucky ..... ny ......... working on an associate degree in law Leaders are Mr=. Diane Chflders and ] Gerrin~, Inc. :' enforcement. He is employed with Mrs. Ben T. Powell was called toMrs. Billy Jean Perry. Consumers Roofing, Hammond. Paducah Sunday evening. Her father, The couple will make their home in Mr. J. W. Ward fell and broke his hip. St. Johns, Indiana. She and son, Richard, left im- Josep, Last Wednesday was declared "Father Joseph O'Donnell Day" by the Senior Citizens of Ohio County. They came from Fordsville, Dundee, Centertown, Cromwell, Liberty, Beaver Dam, Hartford and McHenry. Each one with a covered-dish of food for a pot-luck dinner at noon. After registration the group assembled in Hartford First Baptist Church Sanctuary. The group was led in singing the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Mr. Dean Gray, Minister of Music of the Hartford Baptist Church. A word of welcome and invocation was given by Rev. Wesley O. Hanson, pastor of the church. After introduction of guests, the McHenry nutritive group under the direction of their capable leader, Mrs. Mary Watts presented a patriotic program in keeping with the Bicentennial celebration of our nation. The main speaker was Mr. Ronald Logsdon, executive director of Audubon Area Community Services, who had been associated with Rev. O'Donnell for several years. A solo, was presented by Mr. Dean Gray. Rev. O'Donnell is pastor of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Beaver Dam. The Ohio County Middle School 4-H Club met February 10 in the school lunchroom. President Ginnie Albin called the meeting to order and secretary Cristi Wilson called the roll. Demonstrations were given by Cristi Wilson, Cathy Wilson, Sandra Ward, Vickie Tinsley, Sitney Mid- dleton, Mellissa Bartlett and Beth Allen. Refreshments were served by Cristi Wilson and Susan Felty. Leaders are Mrs. Wilma Wilson and Mrs. Nova Felty. Our business office formerly located on Main Street, Hartford, has been moved near the rock mine, 2 miles north of Olaton. Our business office telephone number and quarry telephone number will be the same. 12Ts-asa61 Our Mailing Address Is Box 206, Hartford, Ky. tti "9 Quality Limestone Products "The Hard Blue Rock You See Around" ee@ Rates are lower on weekends till 5 PM Sunday, when you dial the 1+ way. So you can call more often and talk longer. Low 4 + rotes do not apply to 0+ dialed long distance calls. 1 + rotes do apply to stotton coils you dial yourself, or station coils placed with an operator where long distance dialing facilities are not available. Low 4+ rotes do not apply to operator-assisted coils such as person-to-per- son, coin, hotel-motel guest, credit cord, collect coils, ot~l on calls charg~::l to a~ nt,tml::~r, including special billing numbers. ]!]1 I m TWO LOCATIONS- MAIN BANK: DOWNTOWN, BRANCH BANK: N. MAIN A