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i THE OHIO COUNTY TIMJ~,0 HAJLTIP'OJID, KBNTIXXY, AJPIUL 7, 1977 8. Domm J. M~dt! O Centertown news O Good morning. As we approach the Easter season, I hope each of you are happy and will remember The Great One who died for us. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Porter visited their son, Rayburn Porter in Owen- sboro, Saturday. Ms. Mary Alice Whitehead of Nash- ville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitehead. Cecil Fulkerson, Charlotte, N.C., is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Ollie Fulkerson. Ms. Saundra Karl Williams is home from Western Kentucky University visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Rommie Heflin, Evansville, spent th.e weekend with their mother, Mrs. Ethyl Heflin. ...w Mrs. Modene Hobdy is home from the hospital and is recuperating. Word has been received here of the return illness of Dr. Jerry Ashby, Mill Valley, California. We do pray that he will get relief. W. R. Doyal has had surgery at Vanderbilt Hospital, Nashville, and Boyce England, Dayton, Ohio has had Old Salem news heart surgery. We wish both a speedy recovery. .... Mrs. Edna Chapman has returned home after spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Hake Smith, East Ellijay, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. William James and daughters, Felicity and Melissa of Xenia, Ohio, spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Olivia Doyal. ...o. An inspiring song test by Wesleyan College in Owensboro was rendered at the Methodist church in Center and members of the Methodist church from Beaver Dam were their visitors Sunday evening. ....=,. Mrs. Juanita Hocker O'Bryan, Central City, is much improved. We would remember our sick, Mr. Shelby Mason, Troy Abner, Haygood Tomblinson, Mrs. Adkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Coffman and Mrs. Pat Bruden. Sunrise Easter service will be on the hill at Centertown Cemetery, Sunday morning at 5: 30. There will be special music. Rev. William Holladay, pastor, invites each of you. To report Centertown personals, contact Mrs. Lou Render, 232-4337. .... , Shane Lee Thompson ~ltannon Shane Lee Thompson celebrated his 14th birthday on April 6. Lee Thompson will be 10 on April 18. They are the children ofl Mrs. Charles Dennis Thompson of Owensboro. They are the ren of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowery of Guffy, Kentucky. David Kent Allen celebrated his 4th birthday Sunday March 3 with a birthday party in his honor at his home in Clarksville, Tennessee. Helping him celebrate were his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Allen or Rosine, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis of Central City. Other friends and relatives present were Jenny Mitchell, Central City, Mrs. Connie Jean Payton of Flint Springs, Wendell Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Magan and son Jarred of Olaton, Angela Allen, Brett and Chrissie Cook of Clarksville and his parents Sgt. and Mrs. David Allen. A dinner of barbecued hamburger, hotdogs, ribs, potato salad, baked beans, tossed salad and a birthday cake and ice served. Beauty Shop MEN & LADIES HAIR STYLES & 298-3257 - 220 MeHenry St. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel! Merritt of Philpot announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna J. Merritt of Morehead, to Kim Charles Kudar off Orlando, Florida. Miss Merritt is a graduate of Daviess County High School and is attending Morehead State University where she is on the executive board of the Student Home Economics Association. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Sadie Cain of Route 3, Hart- Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owensboro; Mr. Billie Whitely, Mr. Paul Embry Saturday night were Mr. Marty Whitely of Louisville, Mr. ford and the late Charles P, Cain. and Mrs. Rollie Basham from James Whitely and Mr. Rickie Mr. Kuder, the son of Dr. and Mrs.' McHenry, Mr. and Mrs. James Whitely of Beaver Dam. Roger Kuder, 5623 Balboa Drive, Mattingly and children and Mr. and .... Orlandg, i8 i d te, of aynard Mrs, Eather Bc yd'0f Horse B Wneh! Mr!'ami Mt . Eathef had i s Evans High $C 0oli Orlando, and is -._ visitors through the week Mr. and employed at Sunland Center, a job training facility for mentally retarded persons. The wedding will be Saturday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m. at South Hampton Baptist Church, Owensboro. Mr. J. O. Hoover celebrated his 67th of Route 4, Utica. After lunch, the four birthday April 2 at the Country Ham returned to Mrs. Clark's home for ice Restaurant, Henderson, with his wife cream and cake. Mr. Hoover received Mable, Mr. Robert Merrick of several nice cards and gifts. Owenshoro and Mrs. Lola Belle Clark Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright through the week were Mrs. Freddie Careway of Owensboro, Mr. Carrel Wright, Utica, Mrs. Etta Mac Whitely of Horse Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton of Olaton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wright and children of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Geary Wright of McHenry, Mrs. Charles Nance and Mrs. Huffy Frams of Horse Branch. Visitors this past week in the home of Mrs. Etta Mac Whitely were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton of Olaton, Mrs. Lena Opman, Mrs. Fredia Careway, Mrs. Susie Hockenberry and her friend Mr. Oscar Sander, all of Mrs. Rollie Basham of McHenry, Mr. and Mrs. James Mattingly and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Boyd and baby of Horse Branch. To report Old Salem news, contact Mrs. Etta M. Whitely, 274-4776. 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