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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. MARCH 30. 1978. PAGE 15 Adaburg society news entertain Clara Farmer celebrated her March 23. Most of her grandchildren and great- were at home some the week. She received gifts and cards. came from as far away as Arizona and Indiana. rmer lives on Main Street in and invites her friends to come visit her any le stays busy in spite of ar- making quilts, pillows and Mrs. Clara Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cheek visited friends in Lewisport Friday night. They went on to Owensboro to the show. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Farmer and Itora entertained a number of their friends in the country music field with a supper and did some picking and singing Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Ralph visited Bertie and Betty Farmer Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Smith and boys are visiting her father, Mr. Ezra Ward and Mrs. Ward this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helm had most their children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren home for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magan and children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Magan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Babe Wedding were guests of Mrs. Alma Ashby Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Willoughby and Rosine society news children are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lendon Willoughby this week. Mrs. Mattie Howard and Mrs. Vada Patton are in the Owensboro-Daviess County hospital. Miss Lisa and Michelle Magan visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ozna Lewellen Saturday. Stephen and Ryan Cheek spent the night with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Otis Farmer Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bridgmon and Justin and Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Bridgmon visited their grandmother, Mrs. Clara Farmer and Jewell one day this week. Happy birthday Lendon Willough- by, Danny Moseley and Chrissy Ann Hardesty. . TO report Adaburg personals, contact Mrs. Otis Farmer, Route 2, Whitesville. Angela and Stevie Merideth Angela and Stevie Merideth celebrated their birthday on March 26, at the home of their grandmother, Ora Merideth, whose birthday is on March 30th. They received many nice gifts. Stevie will be 3 on March 30th and Angie will be 10 on March 31st. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Merideth. Grandparents are Ora Merideth, Dundee, Mr. aud Mrs. Shelby Burden, Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. Glendil Griffin, Beaver Dam. eave COME IN AND REGISTER FOR A FREE SNAPPER PUSH MOWER TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, APRIL 1 ST. (No purchase necessary). Easter worship services were held at the Methodist and Baptist churches Sunday. However with snow falling, yes snow I l the annual egg hunt for the churches was held in the basement of each church. Alma and Edd Wright of Whiting, Indiana, are spending a Spring vacation at their residence here and also visiting Mrs. Wright's sister, Mrs. Golda Ruby. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Evans of Conger, Illinois visited Mrs. Evans' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Probus. Also visiting the Probus' were their granddaughter, Miss Anita Probus of Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Autry en- tertained the following guests Sun- day: Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Elmoe and children of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hardin and family of Evan- sville, Mrs. Alma Wright, of Whiting, Indiana, Joe Ruby of Evansville and Mrs. Golda Ruby and Mrs. Blanca Ruby and children of Rosine. Mrs. Mae Leach played hostess to 36 guests at her home Saturday evening. ()wensboro's Lawn and Garden Equipment rI II'LETT ST. OWENSBORO Service Center PH. 685-5515 A revival is scheduled to begin at the Baptist Church Monday night April 3 at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Ron Prater of Owensboro preaching. Six o'clock prayer meetings are un- derway each evening this week. Mrs. Donnie Crowder who has been ON THIS FAMILY-SIZE REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER! confined to Ohio County Hospital for the past several days has returned home. Rosine and the entertainers she produced is featured in a recently published book. (See related story elsewhere) Mrs. Evelyn Taylor and daughters, Opal Taylor and Mrs. Norine Cottrill of Louisville entertained members of the Rosine Band and friends of Isabelle Taylor at their home Friday night. Isabelle is leaving for Dallas, Texas to work. Those present were Doug Morris, Ralph Goodwine, Barry and Mary Stout, Wendell Allen, Mike Beatt,Noble and Mel Leach, Lilly and Bud Beatty, Steve, Ann and Allan Moss, John and Jackie Olson and children and Frankie Clark. Isabelle plays and sings with the local band. . ,r Mr. and Mrs. Enus Ferguson had 5 .their 6 sons home with them for dinner Easter Sunday. They were Carl,'Robert, Donald, Bill and Jackie Ferguson and their families. Son Jesse of Whiting, Indiana was not present. Mrs. Ervina Jackson had as callers during the weekend her son, Billy Jackson and Jim Probus of Morgantown. - Sgt. and Mrs. David Allen and children of Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Morris of Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Payton of Flint Springs, Randy Allen of Gilstrap were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Allen and son, Wendell. Grandson Kent Allen returned to Ft. Campbell after spending last week here. o Henry DeHart has returned home from Ohio County Hospital where he had been a patient last week. He is doing fine. Mrs. James Cottrill and son of Louisville and Mrs. Evelyn Taylor and daughters Opal and Isabelle visited Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Sarah Malburg of Owensboro on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Blondell Davis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payton of Flint Springs Saturday night. As soon as this weather breaks work on the park playground equipment and grounds will begin and we will need everyone who will come help in any way to get things ready for the summer season. (omitted last week) Mr. and Mrs. John Probus of Holder, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gene Stewart and children of Bloomington, Ill spent the weekend with John and Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Probus and other family members. Mike Allen arrived home Friday night from Cleveland, Tennessee, to spend his spring break away from school here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rondall Allen and his sister, Gaye. Sympathy is extended this week to Mrs. Arthur Nolan Baize and Billy Burden in the death of their brother, Louis, last week, also other family members. With ,all the expected visitors coming the weekend of May 19-20, lets all work together all we can to im- prove things around our property and within the community. We would like to be proud of our town. Wendell Allen was guest Friday night of Dr. and Mrs. Coy Ball of Owensboro. Some 12 groups have been con- firmed that will be coming to play and sing for us at the Community Park May 19 and 20 during our Carnival. We will furnish a complete list of talent next week. By the time our readers read this column, Mrs. Donnie Crowder should be back home after spending a few days at Ohio County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Allen and son, Wendell, spent Sunday at Ft. Campbell visiting with the Allen's son, Sgt. and Mrs. David Allen and children. Grandson Kent returned home to spend this week with them. Members of the Ohio REACT team are planning a sale at our local park Saturd !,'. 15 to help them raise most rlt,ec, funds. Mrs. Mae Leach and Shelby Atcheson were called this week i, inform them that their broth, Homer Atcheson, was seriously i!i and in the Intensive Care Unit of Louisville hospital. Mrs. Faye Westerfield crocheted a lovely afghan an i donated it for the purpose of raising money for the playground equipment. Mrs. Phyllis Wade and children Owensboro spent Sunday with Wade's mother, Mrs Bea Decke: and other family me ',hers. Rev. and Mrs. Barney Priar family of Owensboro were dinnv guests Sunday of Mrs. Evelyn Tayl and daughters, Opal and Isabelle. Guests of Mr. ar, d Mrs. Les Prob : were Mr. and Mrs. James Allen ac family of Akron, Ohio, Mr. and Ronald Stewart and famil . Bloomington, Ill Mr. and Mrs. Job Probus and family, Holder, Ill and Mrs. James Probus, Rosine, and Mrs. Jerry Bobby from Norm Ill Mr. and Mrs. Doug Camp and s, of Horse Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Da Allen and family of Hartford, Mr. Mrs. Clifford Probus of Morgantowr, Ervene Jackson and son from Rosim Louis Embry of Spring Lick and Jerr' Hayse of Horse Branch. To report Rosine personals, contac Mr. Wendell Allen, 274-7631. Mr. and Mrs. James W. VanFlec Highway 231 North, Hartford, had tb following guests on Easter Sunda Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hutchinson Jaime, David Maglinger and Kris Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Atherton Allan and Scott of Owensboro Donna VanFleet and Danny Spark ; Lexington. Mrs. Hutchinson cc brated her birthday that day. I NO-FROST, 2-DOOR 15.7 CU. FT. HOTPOINT PRICED TO SELL-OUT[ [] 15.7 Cu. ft. of storage space [] Meat pan 13 3 Adjustable cabinet shelves [] Twin crisper drawers [] 2 Easy- Release'" ice trays with stor- age bucket r-I Egg rack and covered butter bin [] 3 Cabi- net door shelves [] Rolls out on wheels. Model CTF16EV WITH TRADE PT ONS Accurately and promptly filled Your Prescriptions To Spinks' or Beaver Dam Drugs Have your doctor call your prescriptions to Spinks' or Beaver Dam Drugs Free prompt delivery S & H Green Stamps Phone 298-3463 or 274-3341 --- m Drugs Your Prescription Stores In Hartford And Beaver Dam