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Centertown personals TI|E ()ill() ('OUNYY TIMES. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. MARCIi 30. 1978. PAGE 13 hasity Geary wishes to an- of her new brother, weighing 7 pounds and 6 which occurred at the Daviess County Hospital 14-inch snow on January ud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Geary of Rockport. are Mr. and Mrs. Geary of Echols and Huff and the late Ralph lMrs. Claud Ambrose had as guests Helen Burden, Ruby McKinley, James Sharp, Mr. Aders, Mr. and Mrs. ey, Mr. and Mrs. Rondal , Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and sons, Lynn and Collen. Sharp had as Easter Mr. and Mrs. Harold . and Mrs. Arthur King, Mr. Louis Anderson and and Mrs. Billy Ditto and Jarrod Dale Geary Mrs. Pat Jarvis entered the Daviess County Hospital, March 24 for treatment. Mrs. Wanda Jacobs returned from the hospital in Evansville, Indiana after surgery on her eye. She is im- proving fast. Mrs. Arthur King and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson and children attended tended church at Panther Creek on Easter Sunday. To report Bells Run news, contact Mrs. Rosie Sharp, 275-4905 or 4471. Good morning, The snow fell end melted this Easter morning. So like March. But it did not dampen the Christian Faith of us humans, to whom this life was made free by believing on Him who died and rose today for us. Thank you, Lord. Mrs. Nina Murphey, Owensboro, spent one day last week with her brother, Claud Shrull. Last Wednesday night after prayer meeting, a wedding shower was given Rex Reneer and Holly Snyder at the Baptist Church. Vernie Tichenor of Atlanta, Georgia is visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Tichenor. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brown of Nash- ville are spending Easter with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Williams, and David. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Elliott and children, David and Denise of Corydon, Indiana, spent Saturday with grandparents, the O.J. Porter's. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Render and children of Louisville and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Whitehead and son of Narrows spent Saturday evening with their families here. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bevil were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Foster and Mrs. Flora Smith of ttartford, Mrs. Katherine Bevil, (;race and David Bevil of Beaver Dam and Sidney Dupree from Hart- ford. Mr. and Mrs. John Howard of Evansville and George Howard were guests at the Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William James and daughters of Xenia, Ohio spent Easter with their mother, Mr.s. Olivia Doyal. The Ressurrection Story narrated Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby King and family were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stewart and family and Carroll King of Louisville. Rondall Allen of Rosine spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Leisure. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Rafferty and daughter and Mrs. Lula Sutton were Guy Rafferty of the Liberty community, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Sutton and daughter of Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Ezell Sutton and son of Illinois and Mrs. Rollin Dye of Cool Springs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. by Rev. Bill Holladay and sung by the choir was outstanding at the Baptist Church Easter morning. I must tell you it is nice to be awakened by coal trucks and cars that pass early in the morning. I am happy the mines are again producing. Easter visitors with Mr. I,S. Ashby were Dr. and Mrs. W.B. Adkins of Hopkinsville, Mrs. Gene Chavis of Fayette, Missouri and Mark Chavis and son, David of Owensboro. Bobby King and family were Mr. and Mrs. Manard Geary and family of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young and daughter of Arnold visited Mr. and Mrs. Gettie Morris and family Friday. Stephen Morris spent Friday night with the Young's. George Beck of Louisville and his daughters of Penrod, visited Mr. and Mrs. Conward Beck Sunday. Nell and Stoy Collard of Louisville and Jesse Collard of Leitchfield spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collard. m Friday, & 10 on nger Sewing Machinet; Also Have Sin um Cleaners That hn Save You $20.95' We Have Khaki Jackets, :/. Purses and Hats to Match and Sportswear Spring Hats: Straws, Felts, Khaki Caps New Stock One Table A Pair And Large Selection at Price Large Selection of Summer Wear for Price Fabric At 99 a Yard Thread, 12 Small For 59 While The G~EEN STAMPS rd, Ky. STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturda) 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orman Porter and Rita for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Porter and Ryan, Ronda and Brandon, Owen- sboro, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bartlett, Mike and Shelia of Hendersonville, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kessinger and son, Mr. Garland Patton of Bloomington, Illiinois and Carroll Bartlett of Hartford Remembering our sick who are Ms. Ann Ross, Alta Bishop and Mrs. Ansil Patton. news Mr. and Mrs. Claude Leach of ttartford visited Justis Wilson and Corene Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Crowder and children of Rosine visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Raley Sunday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Rafferty and daughter and Mrs. Lula Sutton were Mrs. Rollin Dye and daughters of Cool Springs, Hubert Sutton of California, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sutton and family of Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Burden and sons of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Sutton and daughter of Beaver Dam, Rev. and Mrs. Garrett V. Sutton and children of Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Henderson and Mrs. Mary Maze and daughter all of Cromwell, Wendell Ratliff of Calhoun, Charles Maze of Rosine. Those visiting in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton and daughter of Beaver Dam, Robert Whitely of Olaton, Mrs. Ezell Sutton and son of Illinois and Darrell Dukes of Rosine. To report Mt. Pleasant news, contact Mrs. Lula Rafferty, 274-4697. Kory Johnson is five months old Kory Stephen Johnson is the five- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry S. Johnson of Louisville. Mrs. Johnson is the former Brenda Sue Knight of Beaver Dam, a 1968 graduate of Ohio County High School. Grandparents are Elvira and John Knight of Beaver Dam and Beulah and James Johnson of Valley Station. "I am very happy," were the words Mac Leach of Rosine had to say, looking over the faces of all her children who were at her home Saturday night for the first time in a long time. Family members were gathered there for a celebration of Leaches having birthdays during the month of March. Those celebrating birthdays were Mae's granddaughter, Vickie Leach, March 1; son, Barney on the 2nd; daughter-in-law Jo Nell Leach on the 23rd; daughter, Lilly Beatty the 25th; son Noble and grandson Jeremy Beasley on the 28th. 36 family members and friends enjoyed a delicious buffet meal with plenty of music and singing during the evening. Attending were Vickie Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Leach and Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. James LeaCh and Patricia, Rev. and Mrs. James Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Leach, Barney Leach, Doris Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Beasley, Misses Opal and Isabelle Taylor, Tex At- cheson, Alice Baxley, Frankie Clark, Barry Leach, Mr. and Mrs. David Hall and Rachel, James Lewis Phelps, and the hostess, Mrs. Mac Leach. J