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JllE ()1110 COL N]Y |IMLS, IfARIFORD. KEN ! L (.K~. fAR(H 30, i978. PAGE 4 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlililllllllli :l :l :I IH ay, an exan :i :l Metal)ors of tile Wayl:md Alcx:m(ler Elementary Scht)ol sixth gr:ede b:lsketl)all team, top i)iclure, arc. front r()w, l'rmn left. Michael Brown. R.I)er! Kennedy, l):lnny Wilson and Timmy Taylor. Back row, from Icfl. "lr;wv Ilarris(m, Chris Johns(re, l)aym(m l]unch, Jimmy Leach and coach Phillip Row;ill. Another lemn member, Jimmy !). Tichem)r, is not i)ictured. Members of the fifth grade team, middle picture, :ire, frolll r )w. from left, Brad Brown, Lm'rv tt()over, Franklin l)ul)rce, Greg Boyd and Troy Robinson. Back row. h.m left, Gil Miller, Kevill Sinnett, J()el Smith and coach Rowan. The cl]eerleading team, bottom, is m:l(Ic up of front row, from left, Sherry Whitlaker, Sarah I)url)in, Windy Quinn, Tonya Coy, Mischelle Alvc Mariorie Milligan, Madge Leisure, Susan Crowe and Michele Hoagland. Back row, fromlefl, Brid- gel Iluml)hrcy, Les:l Alvcy, Becky Ward, Paula Franklin and Cathy Smidl. I i no appear at i Top notch talent from various n D. Roach L sections of Kentucky and Tennessee John D. Roach, 82, of Beaver Dam Services were held st.l ll are set to appear at Rosine May 19 and 20 at the Community Park. died Thursday, March 23, at the Ohio Saturda,y, March 25, at County Hospital. Chinn Funeral Home in He was born in Ohio County and was with burial in Sunnyside According to Wendell Allen of a retired gardener and a member of Beaver Dam. Rev. Roy Rosine, the following groups have the Beaver Dam United Methodist pastor of Beaver Dam been confirmed - for both dates, Church. Church officiated and was assi Hardy and Melba Brendle of Nashville. Brendle just had an album Survivors include several nieces c n,pastor and nephews including Mrs. Manuel BRae ii te hYur u .g . h PallbearCSl "Memories of Charlie Monroe" Lay of Louisville, Mrs. James R.Ralph Duke, Marvin Madd Frc released; Harold Austin from Dun- Martin of Owensboro and Mrs. Cecil Shown, Harold Tunks and Sat ville, Kentucky, former lead singer Chinn of McHenry. . Fuller. '|M for Carl Storey, making his third visit a F to Rosine; Clyde and Marie Denny and six member band from Mon- Mabel ( Brown ticello, Kentucky, who will be singing songs from their new album titled, Mabel C. Brown, 79, of Narrows Fordsville and Arthur ChaP "Monticello"; from Somerset, died Thursday, March23, attheOhio gre grandhish;Owe sb r '181c andchildren|aa' Kentucky, the Dalton Brothers; the County Hospital. c Hays Brothers, a Bluegrass group Services were held at lli t, e rto from Bowling Green; recording artist She was born in Ohio County and Saturday, March 25, at the. Gene Husky and singing partner was a member of St. John Catholic Catholic Church with burial An Melodic Jones from Owensboro; Church, Fordsville. Ma:ry Catholic Church Ce$, talented "Big River Grass," also of Survivors include four daughters, Whiesville. The Duke Funer$]-" Owensboro; the 1977 Kentucky State Nancy Sams and Ermon Hardesty, in Dundee was in chat Fair Fiddle Champion, Herman both of Narrows, Lucille Canary of arrangements. / Alvey along with guitarist, Carl / Baker from Owensboro, recreating Arnol, Craig L the winning numbers performed at the State Fair contest; the Singing Arnold Craig, 63, of Route 1, Hart- Survivors include a sister,r'm Sheriff, Ray Wilson; multi-talented ford died Monday, March 27, at St. Embry of Beaver Dam. ,101 Services will be held at Floyd Stewart, also of Owensboro; Catherine's Hospital, East Chicago, Thursday, March 30, atL pretty and talented "Gold{locks" DJ Illinois. and vocalist on WBKR Owensboro; Funeral Home in Hartford wlulV and a very special guest, Tex Justus, He was born in Illinois. in Fordsville Cemetery. from WBNL Boonville, Indiana who will have Billy Campbell and Cliff Wedding to join him in doing some western type singing. There will be others joining in during the show. The local Rosine Bank will be playing as well as hosting the event. The street along by the park will be roped off and a variety of carnival rides will be set up for the enjoyment of everyone. There is no admission charge for the music show. The festivity will get underway Friday evening and continue until midnight Friday night and begin again Saturday morning and run through midnight Saturday. Allen said, "We think this is the first time in Ohio County that' an event The Scattered Friends Homemakers met March 21 at the .home of Ann Carter. The meeting was called to order by president Janis Jones. Nine members were present, ii The lesson on house plan . given by Jeannie Maddox. A After the meeting a pot-luck was served. The April meeting [ at the home of Faye HumOrI Have your tax return prepared early at Haven Tax Service Cromwell Call for appointment 274-9543. such as we have planned, some 14 Please bring your federal and state books. ,groups of entertainers and a carnival, has played to a small community such ~llllllllllllllllll~,[ as Rosine. We are looking for a great time and we need your support." I"IV'T rl INSURANCE [ I w. DrOWn ! Little League,:o or~,ree, | meeting set,Hartford, Kentucky 42347 | FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARMOWNERS, LIFE, | The Ohio County Little League LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEJi[:I meeting will be Friday March 31 at 8 p.m. at the Wayland Alexander Licensed agents: W.E. Brown, Etheline Brown L Cafeteria. All coaches and interestedPIIONES: Office 298-3473 {across from post office), residence 298-3181 t~ parents are requested to attend. ~P'~IIIIII~'IIIIIIIIIIIII] Energy conservation is vital. Extreme winter weather and the coal shortage has created unusual energy limita- tions. And, the conservation efforts applied the past few months are equally important all year long--winter or summer. Using electricity wisely not only helps stretch out coal supplies, but saves money on your electric bills as well. You can help by using proper thermostat settings, turning off unnecessary lights, weatherstripping and caulking around windows and doors, and using appliances efficiently. It's your move! COMPANY