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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 23, 1972 7 ( PHIO COUNTY SOCIAL I!:VENTS Society News ,U ler Chapman Has E',ye Surgery 'wensboro Hospital Thursday her Chapman, wer Dam, en- Daviess County Wednesday for eye. He was nursday and is tcely. Mr. and l Chapman of diana are here Chapman of Was here over to visit his at the hospital. Jesse Daniel er 75th birthday ch 19, at the foster son, Mr. Carpenter of Also present Terri and Mrs. irthday was ice dJ nner with Cake was served some nice guests of Mr. Rumsey Smith, he, were her [rs. William dr. Wolfe of .Mrs. Jewell J. visited at )f Mrs. Sam r Street, over The visited he is a patient lty Hospital. !"d Irs. Ha vert Janice, and urpy were and Mrs. O. T. Street, Maddox and r of Old guests Monday Mrs. Charles Wortham, Route 3, Beaver Dam. Saturday guests of the Worthams were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wortham of Central Grove. * .... Friends of Mrs. Inn Whittaker might be in- terested to know she was admitted to the Ohio County Hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Liles, Route 3, Hartford, en- tertained with a dinner Sunday, March 19, in honor of Mrs. Vincent Aull. Her birthday was March 17. Mr. Aull, Mr. and Mrs. Jay May of Owensboro were there to make the day complete. Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Daniel, Susan and Bruce of Route 3, Hartford, were guests Saturday morning of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Daniel, Route 3, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Samuel Gash and children of Harrodsburg, Kentucky were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hagerman from Friday until Sunday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith at West Point while here. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hoover, Olaton, were Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hoover of Highland, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bechtel of Owen- sboro, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover and Mrs. Opal Paris of Route 1, Hartford, Mrs. Carl Hoover and daughter, Mrs. Shirley ,Craig and her grandson, Larry Dean Craig of Hartford. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs: Nat t King of Beaver Dam. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Petty, Render Street, were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morris of McHenry, Mr. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Naomi Daniel of Hartford. Mrs. Earmon Petty of Olaton called on them Monday morning. On March 14 the youth group from the Hartford Second Baptist Church had a skating party at Beaver Dam. Each youth invited a friend. There were ap- proximately 36 in at- tendance, including youths and adults. It was reported they had a very nice time. Mrs. Ronnie Bennett is the leader and Charles Crowe is the assistant leader. Mrs. Ernest Bartlett of Hartford is on an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ronnie Bennett, and family, Route 3, Beaver Dam, while Mrs. Bennett is convalescing from a broken arm. Mrs. Hilary Hurse, Iron Mountain Road, visited her father, Earl Pipes, Winslow, Indiana last week. She also visited her aunts, Mrs. Genevive Richardson and Mrs. Helen Shanner of Oakland City, Indiana. Mrs. L. C. Hunter visited her daughter, Mrs. Douglas Ganote, Mr. Ganote, Matthew and Hunter of Indianapolis from Wed- nesday until Sunday while Mr. Hunter attended the state basketball tournament in Louisville. tt's ' iii:i:iii!?: Matching Handbag $ | 5.99 The Shoe that beautiful .. gets Your week off to a all Week i art ' ' and lets you feel well dressed ahd =. Ong. Naturalizer, famous for fit 'ize .] extra good feel thanks lete rdnge . to a camp =23 o, Visit us now during Naturalizer Week OWENSBORO Footwear... Main Floor Bells Run Personals Bells t urch Members Mrs. Floyd Shepler, Union Street, visited her daughter last week, Mrs. Joe Hedges, and Mr. Hedges of Kuttawa, Kentucky. To report Hartford per- sonals contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel, 298-3317. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Higginbotham Lena Monroe Marries James Higginbothnm Lena Monroe and James Higginbotham were united in marriage at 11 a.m. on February 26 at their new home on Twin Hills Drive, Beaver Dam. Rev. Wesley Hanson, pastor of the Hartford Baptist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs, Bowden Hardison of Lewisburg, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong of Bowling Green, Darrell Higginbotham, Debbie Monroe and Susan Monroe of Russellville. The new Mrs. Higgin- botham is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bowden Hardison. An officer with the Hart- ford Bank and Trust Company, Mr. Higgin- botham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Higginbotham of Park City, Kentucky. Kathie Rains To Marry O. D. Wallace In April Mrs. Sam Rains, of High School and is also a Hodgenville, announces the graduate of the House of To Honor New Pastor Saturday engagement of her James Beauty College in The church members have planned a fellowship pot luck meal to welcome our new pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Jackie Ferguson and children. The dinner will be held in the church fellowship room this Saturday night, March 25th at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Be present and bring someone with you and join in the Christian fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Sinnett, Teresa, Pam, and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chesney, Susan, Becky and Tony and Mr. and Mrs. Roy King and family were guests of their mother, and grandmother, Mrs. Lucille HeRon and family of Zion on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. HeRon was celebrating her birthday on this day. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell T. Whitebouse and daughters, Tracy, Maehelle, and Kim and Mrs. Berna Stewart were guests for a country ham breakfast Saturday morning March 18th in the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Grady and children. Sgt. Grady left Sunday for one year's duty in Japan. Mrs. Dorothy Grady is the sister of Darrell Whitehouse and Berna Stewart. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Sharp included Mrs. Bobby Ford and Karen of Owen- sboro, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicely and Mark of West Louisville,. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sharp and son Brad of Pleasant Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sharp. Mrs. Lamar (Audrey) Chapman will be hostess at a stork shower given in honor of Mrs. Michael (Donna) Cambron of Hartford at the home of Mrs. Chapman on Thursday morning March 12th for the worship service. There were 9 girls participating from the church. The scouts were celebrating 60 years of service as they participated in the "Girl Scout Week" in Ohio County. Mr. Odie Hawkins for- merly of Bells Run who is now a patient in the Ex- tendicare Nursing Home on Old Hartford Road in Owensboro celebrated his 93rd birthday on March 8th. We wish him many more happy birthdays like these. Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Likens, Angle and Triva of Owensboro visited her parents, Mr. and M Mrs. Waymon Cambron on Sunday. The Cotton family visited Mr. Everett Cotton at the Madisonville hospital on Friday and also Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sharp and daughter Jan of Owensboro called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp, Saturday afternoon. BLESSINGS Each day passes and we never give thought To the wonderful riches we own-- The birds and the trees, the flowers and rain, The friendship of people we've known, The love of a man, a baby's touch. The freshness of new fallen sn0w; These things can never be replaced by all the riches we know. Though tragedy strike, and we sometimes feel cheated, We get bitter and sometimes explode, We feel we are needlessly punished And are carrying a Mrs. Pat Ferguson and children and Mrs. Goldean Jewell. The Cotton family has been visiting for a few days with their sister, Mrs. Lucille Lee and Mr. Lee of White Plains, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sharp have recently pur- chased several acres of farm land off Bells Run- Whitesville Road, Highway 764, originally belonging to James Sharp, across the road of his present residence. Mrs. Rosie Sharp who has been ill is now improved. A large crowd attended the worship services at Bells Run Baptist Church Sunday. Rev. dackie Ferguson, pastor filled his regular appointment. We welcome all visitors here at anytime. Mr. John W. Aud called on Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp Saturday. "A weak faith will bring your soul to heaven, but a strong faith will bring heaven to your soul." Miss Bonnie l,ou King went to Vanderbilt Hospital last Wednesday for a check-- up. Bonnie found the doctor's report to be very encouraging and she is very much improved according to her tests and x-rays. We know that God still hears and answers prayers. To report Bells Run news contact Mrs. Rosie Sharp. District WSCS daughter, Kathie, to Mr. Elizabethtown, Ky. night, March 23rd at 7 e-dliediQeededm O.D. Wallace, of Louisville, Mr. Wallace is an era- o'clock p.m. Everyone is terrible load; Meeting Set " ::=:i e son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard ployee of the Kentucky invited to attend. Then we lash out at God, not , iiii! e Wallace, of Beaver Dam, Manufacturing Co. in .... considering j i; ii=.!!!)i e * ! i! - Kentucky. Louisville. Mr. GusSharp has been ill All the blessing that still For Hartford i!i:==;i: .i::i!=i====i Miss Rains is a 1968 An April wedding is at his home with back remain. :i!i!i::i ..... :::i::i:ii " graduate of LaRue County planned, complications. There areso many things to The Owensboro District iii=!ii: i:J be thankful for, Women's Society of  iiiiiiiiiiii:ii=:ii!!i:! ...... " "O As you re walking down Christian Service will hold = ........ Johnsons Have Visit rs Mrs. Claude Ambrose memory's lane; its annual Day Apart observed her birthday on So, cherish what you have, Program on Friday, March T. C. Sanderfur  Sunday, March 12th. On dear friends, 24th, at the Hartford United Fa i Weekend guests f Mr" EmbryandMrs'Embryf Friday night prir t her And cling t yur many MethdistChurch r ureau n, and Mrs. Arthur Johnson the Cool Springs Corn- birthdate she was honored rewards; The theme for the p/,df- Bl Cross  were their grandson, Eddie munity. Other Sunday at a dinner at the home of Be thankful and grateful for program will be "New Life Embry, Mrs. Embry and guests of the Johnsons were Mr. and Mrs. Ron L. Am- blessings; in Christ" and will be E Ft - Au$o  son Chris Wilson, Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dortch, brose of Masonville. Other And give all your thanks to carried out in group and Phone 298-7354  They also visited his and Mr. and Mrs. Ray relatives were also present the Lord. personal worship, Bible a,aaom,a,aeoo,**r grandfather, Mr. Clyde Johnson, Mark and Lira, for the occasion. (omitted last week) study, special music, and a witha specially-equipped Plymouth Fury. When we order a Fury Ill, or a FuryGran Coupe, with special features like power front disc brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM radio and a few other popular options, the factory doesn't charge us for the vinyl roof, whitewalls, deluxe wheel covers and remote 0 control mirror. So we don't have to 'charge you. (IIR SLP:I Wownatto the  d Deler Amerlu vnmts. PAA W. S. TAYLOR & SONS, INC. 726 NORTH MAIN, BEAVER DAM, KY. City. Sunday night visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Euclid Shull of Beaver Dam. Mrs. Arthur JohnSon has been confined to her home with sciatica rheumatism for several weeks but is im- proving. Thanks to the Girl Scouts and Brownies of the Pleasant Ridge Troops who presented special message in song for a large crowd in attendance at the Bells Run Baptist Church on Sunday The Posey Shop "Where Business Is Blooming" 24 Hour Service 298.3149 eeeeoogoeooeoeoe*eeoeooeeee Come in and register for the drawing - March 31 at 4:O0 p.m. 3 prizes will be given away Easter Lily Spring Bouquet s3 Corsage o e o oeooeooooeoooeeeoo* o oo - OWNERS - Catherine Wydick - Joe C. Davenport DESIGNER - Pauline Davenport dramatic presentation. Kenneth Lee {Buddy) Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ray Sharp has recently been promoted to Chief Petty officer of the U.S. Navy base at Charleston, South Carolina. He is expected to be home on a leave soon for a .few days with his parents and sister Jan. Saturday evening dinner guests for a fish fry at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sharp and daughter Jan. Other guests in their home that day were Each person is to bring a sandwich. Drinks and dessert will be provided by the host church. A nursery will be provided. Mrs. Dale Dixon, district secretary of spiritual growth, will be in charge of the program. The following ladies from Ohio County will take part on the program; Mrs. Houston Austin, Mrs. Larry Westerfield, Mrs. Fred Westerfield, and Mrs. John Coppage. Mrs. Fred Westerfield and Mrs. W. R: Campbell are in charge of local arrangements. We Install Commercial Shag Free Hi to In & Out- Door