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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 2-t, 2002, PAGE 5-B Ohio County Times-News P *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries *Special Occasions Oooooooooooo ie Teglia 1st b irthday her first birthday on February daughter of Janet Biggerstaff and Bob By Frances Harvey 274-5552 and Selena Gilstrap 274-906 [ I I I I I ill ill I was her Grandma Shirley. and friends of atton of Ralphs are attend her 90th birghdzy March'23 at the Senior Citizens Cen- invitred to visit and eat to- 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Afore information is avail- Rea Greer at 233-4455 t'"; CENTER COUPON Offer Expires = 1/31/O2 :::::::::::::::::::::: DENTAL CENTER PSC DMD, General Dentist DMD, General Dentist DMD, General Dentist Owensboro, KY 42301 Sympathy is extended to the family of Hulbert Phelps, age 75, Bremen, Kentucky, who passed away on Sunday, March 3, 2002, at his home. Phelps lived in Rosine during the late 1940's and still has family living in this area. Funeral services were held on Friday, March 8, at Glenn Fu- neral Home, Owensboro, with burial in Mount Pleasant Cem- etery. Sympathy is extended to the family of Delora Allen, age 90, Horse Branch, who passed away on Friday night, March 15, 2002. Mrs. Allen was the grandmother of Eric Allen, who plays music at the Rosine Barn Jamboree on Friday nights. Visitors of Loretta Allen last weekend included Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Dean) Allen of Pleasant Ridge and Connie Jean Payton of Flint Springs. Rosetta Kiper had a phone call 155 Olaton Road, Horse Branch. This month's meeting of The from her daughter, Bertha King, Drawings for door prizes, etc. Rosine Association will be held Cabot, Arkansas, last week. Ber- will be held throughout the day. at 7 p.m. this coming Tuesday, tha plans to come home for her Regular store hours will be 9 March 26, at the Rosine Barn. mother's birthday, May 4. a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday. The main agenda for the Merchandise in the store will be evening will be the election of There will be a pie supper atthis and that, as the name ira- officers for the coming year. the Rosine Barn on Saturday, plies, but mostly crafts and fur- TRA officers are elected for a April 20, 2002, to benefit the niture. Proprietors of the store one-year term; directors are Rosine Cemetery Fund. The are Elvera and Kenny Simpson. elected for three years, evening will begin at 6 p.m. with The next director's election music (bands to be announced). Best wishes go to all who are will not be held until 2004, how- David Johnston will serve as the on the sick list this week. ever, there are some vacancies evening's auctioneer. ----- on the board. Persons willing Help in organizing the fund KET's production, "Louisville, to serve TRA in some official ca- raiser is needed. Persons will- Thirty Years of Change," was re- pacity are especially encouraged ing and able to help should please broadcast Monday night, March to attend the meeting, call Frances Harvey, treasurer of 18, due to popular response. The the Rosine Cemetery Fund, at show was produced by former Jason Hebblethwaite, Whir- 270-274-5552. Ohio Countian, Aaron J. ing, Indiana, visited his aunt ----- Hutchings, KET 2, Louisville. and cousin, Connie White andThe Rosine Area Community Becky Elmore on Saturday, Choir meets for practice at 7 p.m. Congratulations to Brent March 16. He and his family each Thursday at Rosine United Lindsey on his recent victory. were in Ohio County to visit his Methodist Church. The public is The only information available grandmother, Alma Wright, welcome to join in with the choir to the writers on Monday was Centertown. or to just sit and listen, that Brent had placed second in ____ ----- the state weight- g competi- The Rosine Barn Jamboree, tion over the weekend. The writ- sponsoredbyTheRosineAssocia-ers will try to provide more in- tion, is held every Friday night formation next week. at the Barn in Rosine. Music be- gins at about 7 p.m. All musi- Morning worship service is clans, singers and fans are wel- held at Rosine Missionary Bap- come. Admission is free. tist and United Methodist Souvenir cookbooks, T-shirts, churches every Sunday at 11 sweatshirts and caps are avail- a.m. with Sunday school at 10 able for purchase at the Barn. All a.m. Everyone is welcome. proceeds go toward operating expenses. Brandon L. Rock celebrated his 5th birthday with a Harley Daoidson party for family and Bob the Builder party for friends. He had his party at his home in Beaver Dam on February 11, 2002. He received many nice gifts. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rock of Beaver Dam. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lewis of McHenry, the late Hershell Rock of Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crowe of Cromwell. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sailing of McHenry, Margie Morphew and the late Wesley Morphew of Cromwell, the late Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Lewis of Central City and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Rock of Beaver Dam. The Grand Opening of This & That will be held from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. this Thursday, March 21 in the store, located at D Fort Hartford Chapter of Daughters oftheAmerican Revo- lution met March 16 at the home of Mrs. Joe Mac Hill of Beaver Dam. Presiding over the meeting was Regent, Mrs. Marilyn Hunsaker. She expressed her appreciation to Ann for having them in her home and also intro- duced Mrs. Marianne Sickling, daughter of Mrs. Hill, to their chapter. Members stood and pledged their allegiance to the American flag, sang their national anthem and repeated the American Creed. The devotional was read by Mrs. Annabel Taylor. She se- is a hearing solution that optimizes all of your senses. 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If you have news for next week, please give Selena or Frances a call. l lected scripture from First Thessalonians and read a poem "The Lord--My Shepherd." She closed the devotional with a prayer. The National Defense Pro- gram was given by Mrs. J.T. Boling, Sr. Her report was a message from our national presi- dent discussing the official posi- tion D.A.R. took on guns. She also stated that "we need our guns - do not ban them. Mrs. Boling asked the members to take up for their veterans at the next meeting. Regent Hunsaker gave a brief reading on the American Indians--their lives, this land and how it provided ways of life for them. Their speaker for the meeting was Mrs. Jerry Bradley, a teacher at Ohio County High School. She presented a book review entitled "Founding Brothers" by Joseph J. Ellis. She discussed several points of inter- est from the book. It was a very good, well-presented program. Ten members enjoyed de- licious refreshments served by Mrs. Hill and her daughter. It was very nice to visit again with Marianne Sickling. Her husband was a former pastor of some members from Centertown.