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l(Osine news I~, and Mrs Ronald Gene Stewart played Sunday night at the Baptist . i.ngton, Ill., are, presently Church here. with Mr Stewart s parents, t~l Mrs. Les Probus and family. Jackie Lynn Allen and Jerry Clark - of Louisville were in town over the ~.d Mrs. l~y Leach of Lowell, weekend to visit with friends and ~vlslted Mr. Leach's grand- relatives. ~y, ~lr. and Mrs. Homer Leach ...... "~ and Troy Wade. Taking part and enjoying all the ~/~e~dM~. S~n"ley Allen and son music this past weekend that was O~,~, and the Allen's daughter, going on at Austin Peay State Jean Payton were in University, Clarksville, Tenn., from le, Tennessee during the Rosine area were Wendell Allen, ~d visiting Sgt and Mrs. David Barney Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald ~'~, and children Angela and Kent. Lee Allen and son Mark. J-~k was celebrating his 4th birthday. l~:l~t~.~d Mrs. Orville Westerfield of With spring already here and the grass growing -- mowing time for the ~vuie. Were dinner guests Sunday local cemetery begins -- it is through I~' Westerfield's mother, Mrs. your donations that the upkeep is paid "~uawesterfield and Dwight. for. Mrs. Edith Woosley is the ,,Thursday oi"last week Mr. and ~. ~.av~y B eatty and their daughter l~i~lt~Ie ~andefur of Horse Branch ~d ~,meBeatty,s son Bud Beatty -" o. ~eatty. local Rosine Band sang and treasurer. Porter Stewart who suffered a heart attack last week is much improved. Irvin Royal, who visited our community during our musical festivities, and who plays a very good harmonica -- We are happy to say he took first place Saturday night at the Old Time Fiddlers and musicians contest at Clarksville, Tennessee. Congratulations! Tony Wade of Owensboro returned home Monday morning after visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Bea Decker. THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 7. 1977 q Cram well news Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reeks, Lansing, Illinois were guests last week of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Reeks. ..... Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gustfson and Robin of Louisville were Sunday dinner guests of her aunt, Mrs. Erna Flener. They were Sunday afternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. Steve Babbitt and Mr. Babbitt. Rev. and Mrs. Louie Best of Taylorville were recent guests of her uncle, John Keown. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Brown, Owensville and Mrs. Ernest David, Hartford were Sunday guests of Mrs. Exa Pirtle and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Wilsie Spencer and Mrs. Ressie Daugherty spent Sunday with Mrs. Daugherty's d ughter, Mrs. Jimmy Cane and family of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart and children of Highland, Indiana were weekend guests of her mother Mrs. Virginia Taylor. Mr. Myrl Taylor remains a patient at the Owensboro- Daviess County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warren, Louisville were Saturday night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loarn Warren. Mrs. Hester Buchanan of Hartford was a Sunday guest of her sister, Mrs. Bill Flener and Mr. Flener. Mrs. Erna Flener spent Saturday with her cousin, Mrs. Maurine Wilson and family of Beaver Dam. ~Ir. and Mrs. Jerry Shepherd and Chris of Owensboro and Mrs. Kathleen Smitz of Hatfield, Indiana were Thursday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Pat" Shephard. Sunday guests of Mrs. Ella Havens were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Havens, Scottsville, Mrs. Milboline Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Berry and children, Mrs. Mike Conley of Zlizabethtown, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jenkins of Aver- deen, Mr. and Mrs. alas Havens, Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Havens and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ford and baby. To report Cromwell personals, contact Mrs. Marion Spencer, 274- 7368. New Panther Creek news ..... To report Rosine personals, contact Wendell Allen, 27@7631. Bnmdl aural M~an BOWLING GREEN, KY. JOIN THE FUN AT OUR SUNDAY * WIN A GIANT EASTER BUNNY ...IN OUR BIG EASTER EGG HUNTI 10,000 CANDY EGGSI DOZENS OF VALUABLE PRIZES! EGG HUNT STARTS AT 2:00 P.M. SEE WANDI THE MAGICIAN PERFORM GREAT FEATS OF MAGIC ON THE STAGE ..... BEGINNING AT 3:00 P.M. OPENS EASTER SUNDAY! AMention participants! Come and get your car ready for the '77. Bracket Season Po~nts will accumulate starting with the first points meet on May 1, and build up to the Season Championship this Fall, It's going to be the greatest drag racing season ever for participants and spectators. TRACK OPENS 10 A.M. im There will be a sunrise service Sunday morning April 10 at 6 p.m. at New Panther Creek Church. Break- fast will be se[ved alter the service in the church i asement'/ Everyone is invited and if you plan to stay for breakfast, call Mrs. Hettie Morris, 233-4912. There will be an egg hunt and sandwiches at noon. l B,r Mahan.,ef a iii. , the ind .m pglis Chr!stian, Mr. and Mrs, C rroll Taylor,. Benton, Kyll in Bowli {, i an$ unce ,the,, schoial in Indiaha. Miss Mahan is the the home of their daughter, Mrs. engagement of their daughter, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brenda Carol, to Mr. Joseph E. Ullrich, son of Dr. and Mrs. Donald P, Ullrich of Elm Grove, Wisconsin. Miss Mahan graduated from Warren Central High School and is a graduate of Western Kentucky University, where she attained her Bachelor's Degree in art and in 1978 attained her Master's Degree in art education. She is presently teaching Raymer of Beaver Dam, and Mr. John M. Mahan of Central City. Mr. Ullrich graduated from the University of Denver, Colorado in the' class of 1975 and is presently the manager of Holiday Inn 1-65 in Bowling Green. The wedding will take place June 11 in the Twelfth Street Church of Christ. OPEN 7 DAYS OPEN 7 DAYS Values to :79" Priced s9", Sll", :19", :22", & 24" Valued :3'9 Priced ........... . 3,for .. .: Valued :1595 Price :995 . Valued 189 Special :39" ALL MEXICAN STATUES 30% OFF 20th ' ' .... .... & BRECKENR-TDGE OWENSBORO Sandra Thomas and children in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sweeny and children were Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rager, Pleasant Ridge, Ky. The Sweeneys attended Baptismal services Sunday evening at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, where Mr. Sweeney was one of the candidates for Baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rager are the proud parents of a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rager are the proud grandparents. He has been ,named Mark Anthony. He weighed 6 pounds and has a little brother, Matthew. Mrs. Thelma Westerfield~nd ~. Sandra Geary and Heath visited Mary Westerfield and Miss Agatha Westerfield Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. P. Warner spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. O. C. Helm. Mrs. Helm will be going later to Florida to visit her son and his family. Mrs. Mayme Taylor and Mrs. Mae Warner went to the Senior Citizens Monday and did some shopping in Owensboro:'" .... Mr, Carrol Taylor ate breakfast Sunday morning with his sister, Gladys Patton. Mr. Douglas Patton was an afternoon guest in her home. Happy birthday to Terry Burden, Joey Renfrow, Elizabeth Evans, Shane Thompson and Shannon Thompson. To report New Panther Creek personals, contact Mrs. Aldra Patton, 275-4744. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Midkiff had as guests Sunday their granddaughter, Amy Lynn Midkiff, and Mark Bush from Louisville. They went sight- seeing in the afternoon. PHILPOT, RY. PHONE 729-4721 The Selling And Servicing Arien$ and Tillers ... THEM. FOR A DEMONSTRATION Rldtn| I~wem 4 models -- 6, 7 snd II HP Power TIIlem 7 modem ,-- 2 to 7 HP Ohio County Studio Hartford, K y. ay ill -- ~ -- ,p ON ALL SIZE PORTRAITS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY IIII __ lli ~ ~ I III1|111 ,~,.