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THE O1110 COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 30, 1978, PAGE ! 2 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis m Benji Lin Hartwig and Gary Davis were united in marriage on March 4 in an afternoon ceremony in the new sanctuary of the Lake Hills Baptist Church in Schereville, Indiana. Rev. Bruce Bigelow, pastor of the church, and Rev. Frank Hartwig, uncle of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Hartwig of Merrillville, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Davis of Portage, Indiana. Benji is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Tichenor of Hartford. Palm branches, potted, white mum plants, and baskets of pink car- nations, white mums and gladiolas, decorated the front of the church. A pair of brass hurricane candelabras and the unity candle were in the background. Three branch hurricane candle aisle posts decorated with white satin bows and lemon leaf, marked each family's pew. Mrs. Sheryl Ginevan, cousin of the bride, presented a program of organ music before the service. Miss Colleen Bocken, another cousin of the bride, sang "The Wedding Song" and "Color My World". She also sang "The Lord's Prayer" at the closing of the ceremony as the couple knelt at the profile prayer bench. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a gown of sheer ganza and chantiUy lace, styled with an English net bodice encrusted with seed pearls and a full flounced skirt with an over layer of lace and pearls which formed a chapel train. She wore a Juliet headpiece trimmed with lace and iridescent pearls from which flowed a fingertip veil of illusion. Her bouquet was a cascade of white and pink silk roses and baby's breath. She also carried a very old, blue han- dkerchief which she borrowed from a friend of the groom's grandmother. Maid of honor was Miss Martha Trowbridge, Merrillville, friend of the bride. She wore a deep pink gown of Rockport society news Mrs. Paul Fulkerson visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralph of Maceo last week. Mrs. Archie Chinn of Centertown and Mrs. Wilda Hudson and Doris Jean from Anchorage, Alaska visited Mrs. Walter Dortch Tuesday af- ternoon. Mr. Mike Givens and Scott of Champaign, Illinois is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Givens and family. Mr. Robert Givens is a patient in Hopkins County Hospital in Madisonville. Mrs. C.L. Morlaw is in the Ohio County Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dortch visited Mr. Russell Blades Saturday and also Mrs. Russell Blades in the Daviess County Hospital in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Ross and family of Philpot and Mrs. Lorene Beck spent Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ross of Adairville, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeMoville of Murfreesboro, Tennessee spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomas and family and attended Rockport Baptist Church Sunday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Fraley and Mrs. Virginia Bannon of Louisville. Sgt. Ivan Brown of Fort Bragg, North Carolina visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown Tuesday and Wed- nesday. Recent visitors of Mrs. Kate Tooley were Mrs. Edward Smith of Lake Malone and daughter, Jane of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. James Rigsby and Michael, Mrs. Kate Tooley and Mrs. Eva Rone had Easter dinner at the Coach House in Central City. Mr. and Mrs. John Gatewood and Mrs. Edd Spurlock spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chancellor were guests for dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sullivan and Amy of Rochester, Kentucky. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Carter and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brown and Kim. Mrs, Lillian Harper has returned home after an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benton and family of Indiana. Mr. Robert"" taken Sunday to St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville where he had heart surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Paxton and Jim and Mrs. Paul Fulkerson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Spinks of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dunn and boys of Roseville, Michigan stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Acie Key Friday on their way to Mayfield, Kentucky. They will return later in the week to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Key. Mrs. I.E. Taylor and Mrs. Iva B erry visited Sunday aRernoon with Mrs, Taylor's mother, Mrs. Minnie Coleman at the nursing home in Bowling Green. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dortch were Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Decker, Sheri and Brian. Mrs. Lillian Harper, Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper and children and Mrs. Logic Bennett spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lotis Carter of Island, Kentucky. To report Rockport personals, contact Mrs. Walter Dortch, 274-3858. 2803 VEATCH ROAD OWENSBORO, KY OPEN: Mon.-Fri. 10-6 10-8 {ALL SALES FINAL) SAVE ON ALL NEW SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES sheer organza. It featured a full wide flounce hem which was caught up at the back waistline by a delicate organza rose to form a ruffled bustle effect. She wore two pink silk roses in her hair and carried a bouquet of pink and white roses, carnations and baby's breath surrounded by white lace and pink streamers. Mrs. Billie Collins, sister of the bride, and Miss Diane Davis, sister of the groom, served as bridesmaids. They were dressed indentical to the maid of honor except in pale pink. Kimberly Dorsey, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a long, pale pink dress featuring a lace trimmed jacket and full skirt with lace inserts. She carried a basket of pink and white carnations and roses. Rick Collins, friend of the groom, was best man. Al Johnson, cousin of the groom, and Mike Hartwig, brother of the bride were groomsmen and seated guests. Robert Hartwig, brother of the bride, lit the candles preceding the service. They all were attired in navy tuxedos and white ruffled shirts with blue trim. Mrs. Hartwig chose for the wedding a long dress of light aqua blue knit with long full pleated sleeves and full skirt. Mrs. Davis wore a long dress of coral print with an over-layer of sheer organza with long, full sleeves. Each mother wore a corsage of white and pink silk roses. Nola and Annette Hartwig, sisters of the bride, greeted guests as they entered the church and handed out rice bags after the ceremony. They wore long light blue dresses with pink and white corsages. A dinner reception was held at the Cameo in Schereville. Diane Davis made a large centerpiece of pink and white silk flowers for the head table. She also made all of the flowers worn and carried in the wedding. The bride is employed in the Crown Point office of Indiana Bell Telephone Company and the groom is manager of McDonalds in Merrillville. After a honeymoon st Lincolnshire Resort, they their home in Crown Point. Pre-Nuptlal Ev$tl Martha Trowbridge was"1 a miscellaneous shower for at the home of the bride onl 5 Mrs. Bea Davis and l) ]i b,bal miscellaneous shower on h the Moose Lodge in Portag~r: Mrs. Billie Collins surl~.'lk th~ tide with a personal home on February 25. pro, The rehearsal dinner w :I) l March 3 at the Mr Steak ,-' : upa in Merrillville. b mh l, ! When You See Me Don'! Think Of Insurance But When You Think Of In, See Me. GLEN BERRYMAN urance 201 West Union Street - Hartford, Ky.- Phone 298-3: No matter what your financial problem, we're here to listen. And do more than that. When you need advice, we can guide you. We're here to help in any way we can. Count on us for all your banking needs. 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