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TIlE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 30, 1978, PAGE 14 Hartford society news Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dale Leach i Karen Jeannett Cook became the bride of Kenneth Dale Leach, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock on yellow sweetheart roses, white carnations, and babies' breath. Miss Laurie Lee Cook of Baizetown, February 11, 1978. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend Charles Bennett in the sanctuary of the Hartford United Methodist Church. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cook of Baizetown. The groom is a son of Mrs. C.A. Leach, Jr. of Hartford and the late Mr. Leach. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a full length gown of white satin interlaced with gold thread. The gown featured an empire waistline with puffed sleeves. Her veil was of illusion held in place by a band of white velvet trimmed with lilies of the valley and babies' breath. The bride carried a bouquet of Beaver Dam society news Captain and Mrs. George Croslin and daughters, Jennifer and Jeanette Ft. Walton Beach, Florida are visiting Mrs. Croslin's mother and grand- mother, Mrs. Penny Dennis and Mrs. Birchell Coleman. Other visitors Saturday Sunday were Mrs. Dennis' daughter, Mrs. Jim Riley, Mr. Riley and son, Keith of Winchester, Ken- tucky. Miss Phyllis Everly of Louisville spent the weekend with her grand- mother, Mrs. Vernon Everly. On Monday, Mrs. Everly's grand- daughter, Mrs. Jerry Snodgrass of Griffin, Indiana psent the day with her. Dr. Bill G. Luce of Oklahoma was called home because of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horton Luce's critical illnesses at Ohio County Hospital. Mrs. J. Morton Williams of Ohio County Rest Home was moved to the Ohio County Hospital Saturday with pneumonia. Mr. Arvin Heflin was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Sheffield, Beaver Dam. Other guests over weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Brien and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sheffield and children, all of Louisville. Opal Maddox and Mary K. Maddox of Centertown and Vale Rhea Maddox of Bowling Green and called on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Heflin Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. Allie Fentress of Owensboro was among the visitors who attended church services at the Hartford Second Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. W.D. Foreman of Dundee visited his sister, Mrs. Mable P. Brown, last Friday. Easter weekend guests of Mrs. A.E. Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Lanier of Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Embry and Patti of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mrs. Gerald Crowe of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida was a guest of Mrs. Rae Parks last week. She came back with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Park. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Burton were Mrs. Bill Woodring and daughter, Mrs. Glendon Gillim and children. Callei-s in the afternoon were Orville Ed Jamison and Elisa, and Kermit Daniel. entered the County Hospital Monday surgery Tuesday. Her Maxine, of Louisville is Easter Sunday dinner and Mrs: Jesse Daniel Mrs. F.M. Carpenter Beaver Dam and Green. To report Hartford contact Mrs. Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campbell and Dortch, Mark Johnson of the U.S.Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Pam of Louisville were Saturday Navy stationed in Brooklyn, New Cliffie Bryant were Lena Gayheart guests of Mrs. Stanley Petty. York, Mrs. Kaye Johnson and Saraand Arvin Hoover. and their guest, Mrs. Eva Harris of Bedford, Indiana, Margaret Mosey of Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and t FILM Miss Layanna Peters of Tullahoma, Canada and Jeff Jessup of Owen- Mrs. Kell Carson and Mrs. Flora Tennessee returned home Sunday sboro, i after spending the past week with her --- Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. David ! IKVEIOPINfi father, Mr. James Peters, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kipling and Carson and Susan of Beaver Dam, Peters of Beaver Dam, and her children of Owensboro were Sunday Laura Ruth Carson of Bowling Green, i COLOR PRINIS grandmother, Mrs. Roscoe Peters.guests of Mrs. Ellis C. Hoover. and Edith Ann Voyles of Owensboro. v SP[NKS [ She also visited her great-aunt, Mrs. i Robert Himes, and Mr. liimes ofThe Hartford Second Baptist Mrs. Manila Mitchell of Dundee k)'i'! 237 Mare Hartford. Church held sunrise services at 6:45 a.m. Easter morning. Breakfast was Mr. and Mrs. Garland Patton of Bloomington, Illinois were guests of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Bartlett and sister, Bernice Tucker, Route 3, Beaver Dam. Other guests over the weekend were Mrs. Bartlett's ,grandson, Mr. Wendell Kessinger, and Mrs. Kessinger of Bloomington, Mr. Carroll Bartlett of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Orman Porter of Cen- tertown, Mrs. Alma Roeder and Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Brown of Beaver Dam. -.M Mr. and Mrs. Larry Park and children, Marty and Mindy, and Mrs. Katherine Park of Hazel Park, Michigan arrived Saturday to spent the Easter holiday with Mrs. B.R. Everly. Mr. and Mrs. Park and children went on to Lake Barkley to spend a few days while Mrs. Park remained with Mrs. Everly. Other guests for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Evan Render and Charlotte, Eddie Hendricks, and Mrs. Margaret Tichenor of Centertown. Stofers are parents sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mr. Charles A. Leach, III of of baby boy Manchester, Tennessee, brother of the groom, served as best man. Mrs. John Coppage provided the organ music. The mothers of the bride and groom were escorted by Mr. Leon Embry of Balzetown. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the fellowship hall of the church. Presiding over the reception table was Mrs. Leon Embry of Baizetown, Mrs. Jerry Render of Centertown, and Mrs. Charles A. Leach, lit of Manchester, Tennessee. The newlyweds are now making their home in Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Stofer, Route t, Llvermol.e,'are the proud parents of a baby boy, Joshua Allbh, born March 16 at the Owensb0/'o- Daviess County Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds and 11 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Francis, Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stofer, Route 1, Livermore, Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Southard, McHenry, Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Atherton, Route 1, Livermore, Mr. Garland Stofer of Route I, Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blanchm;d, Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughters, Courtney Lynn and Susan Lee of Louisville, visited Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Annabell Taylor and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor and children. Several from here attended the state basketball tournament at Freedom Hall in Louisville. M Misses Novia Ross and Mary Brown were included in the Ross Family for a time of food and fellowship on Easter Sunday. This occured at the home of Mrs. A.T. Ross of Drakesboro. In addition these In addition to these three there were Mrs. Virginia Spinks and Tommy of Louisville, Miss GeNe Spinks of Scottsburg, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. Rae Ross and GeNe Marie of Elizabethtown, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sumner, Sarah and David of Lewisburg, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Knight, Drakesboro, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McDonald and Mary of Browder and Mr. and Mrs. David Todd of Providence, Kentucky. It was so good to be out and able to visit with loved ones the first time in three months. Mrs. Labern Likens Sr her daughter, Mrs. Clark Ashby and Mr. Ashby of Centertown, visited Mrs. Likens' son-in-law, Mr. Jim Porter of Owensboro at the Daviess County Hospital where he was a patient because of a hand injury received while at work. Mrs. Porter was at his bedside and they were able to visit both. Mr. Porter is expected to go home this week. Mr. Curt Crume and children, Jeff, Elizabeth and Laura of Hen- dersonville, Tennessee, visited Mr. Crume's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Crume and his sister, Mrs. Ronnle Gene Southard, Mr. Southard and Andrew last week. To report Beaver Dam personals, contact Miss Mary E. Brown, 274- 4971. served to 15 members. Cottage prayer meetings started Monday at the home of Mrs. Georgia Daniel, Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne White, Wednesday at the church, Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Leach and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hardin. A revival will be held later. Henry W. Block Mr. and Mrs. David Parks of Henderson were Thursday night guests of David's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Going. They were on their way home from Gatlinburg, Tennessee where they spent their honeymoon. Mrs. Carl Coins will enter Owen- sboro-Daviess County Hospital Monday and will have surgery on Tuesday. 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