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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 10, 1975 Beaver Dam Personals Lena Robinson Ends Va 00tion, Entertains Relatives It Mrs. Lena Robinson spent 10 days of her three weeks vacation with her nephew, Dr. Harold Robinson, Mrs. Robinson and children, Cathy, Todd and Dawn of Lakeland, Fla. She visited her niece Mrs. Tom Hayes, Capt. Hayes and children of Ft. Ruckes, Ala. Mrs. Lena Robinson had several visitors last week. On Monday her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Ball of Leit- chfield visited her. On Wednesday, Mrs. Nicki Ball Devine of Greenville visited her grandmother. On Thur- sday, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Fulkerson of Warren, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxwell of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. David Ball and daughter of Hartford were dinner guests. Mrs. Vernie Ashby has recently returned home after a three weeks visit with her daughter, Peggy and son-in-law Geary Dean and little son, David of Frankfort. Mrs. Walter McGruther of Muskegan, Mich., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Haven of Shephardsville, and son Mr. Jesse Ray Haven, Mrs. Haven and daughters, Cynthia, Angela and Duncan Family Members Meet In Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Noon and their seven children of Lainsville, Ind., were hosts to a homecoming Sunday at l,ainsville Community Center for the children and grandchildren of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duncan of Itorse Branch. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Graver Duncan, Mrs. Nelle Me- Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Duncan and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Jones and Chris, all from tlorse Branch; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Duncan and Tina from Alabama; Mrs. Edna Sue Sanders and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bratcher and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Bratcher and Tricia, all from Louisville; Mrs. Lillie Fay Coy, Tommie and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Duncan, Miles and l)ebbie, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Duncan and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Denny R. Duncan and children, all from Fulton, Ky. ; Mrs. Jo Nell Phelps, Sheila and Candy, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stewart and Margo from McHenry. Many friends, aunts and uncles came in the afternoon. String music was played and all joined in the singing. Laura of Louisville were guests of Mrs. Rhoda Haven the past weekend. Miss Flossie Wilson of Rockport was a noon dinner guest of Misses Novia Ross and Mary Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Baker of Louisville visited Saturday with Mr. Baker's sisters, Mrs. Wallace Chick and Mr. Chick and Mrs. Leo Case. who is a patient at Ohio County Hospital at Hartford. They also visited Mrs. Effie Taylor at Professional Care Home, Mrs. Wilma Taylor of Beaver Dam and Misses Novia Ross and Mary Brown. Misses Novia Ross and Mary Brown visited Mrs. Lee Jones in Hartford Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casebier enjoyed a visit last week with their son, Mr. John Casebier, Mrs. Casebier and little son, Brian of Memphis, Tenn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Ercil Blankenship were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blankenship and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blankenship of Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Casey, Shirley, Kerry and Gina, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Casey, Wendy and Heather. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Burgess and daughter, Grace of Louisville visited Mr, Burgess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burgess, sister Vicki and grandmother, Mrs. Maurine Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shaver have returned home after a visit to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glass and daughter visited Mrs. Glass' father, Mr. Conrad Render of Goshen Community during the weekend. Bryan Luce and friend, Keith Butz of Orland Park, Ill. spent part of their vacation with Bryan's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luce and aunt, Miss Oma Sue, Luce of Goshen Community and Mrs. Archie Ward of Miss Deborah Evans Deborah Evans To Wed Joe Leach Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Evans of Beaver Dam announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Deborah, to Joe Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leach of Beaver Dam. The wedding will be held April 19 at Olaton. : , 7:00 p.m. at the Ridgecrest Bapst ,, II  The NGW" Look at...  - f I .oo, I --->'--J/- " . W? I FREE I /  I ormal ear ' MORE Formal "ff- I ISX'-- .... TUXED oAREN;IS R *All Colors O f Ru filed Shirts : ,'flef:r t s$12.95 /i' " '' '" TUXED0 RENTALS 319 W 4Ih S! O,',ensl)oro. Ky Phone 6837020 ..... -i I  ' ...Bv Long Distance. me Senior Citizens Entertain lit Rates are lower on weekends till 5 PM Sunday, when you dial the 1+ way. So you can call more often and talk longer. @ Low I+ rates do not apply to O+ dialed tong distance calls 1 + rates do apply to station calls you dial yourself, or station calls placed with an operafor where long distance dialing facilities are not available Low I+ rates do not apply to operator-assisted calls such as person-to-per- son, coin, hotel-motel guest, credit card. collect calls, and on calls charged to another number, including special billing numbers n Church. A reception will be held at the church, immediately following the ceremony. No formal invitations will be sent. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Several from Ohio County attended the Senior Citizens dinner at Morgantown Friday, April 4th. T.ere was a large crowd on hand for the dinner and entertainment. After dinner and Rook, some fine music was furnished by a group of Senior Citizens musicians; Jack' Hack, Davis McKinney, Boots Faught, Mrs. Ona Bell Whitaker and Mrs. Blanch Miller, who took the I r.,mu..tm uvup .llt. -uu .,. ,- F' The docqi:  " least a " irn to v .4 hvy I a ' l[ ' .:::' iisab ,(. wl ) ,'- c'' t crowd back to the was a big hit with all The musicians appearances in Leitchfield, soon. The Senior dates are the at Morgantown, Bowling Green and monthly at Hartford. i:ili NOW OPEN FAMILY FACTORY OUT "Factory to You - Prices No Middleman!" "WHY PAY THE PRICES OF WHEN FAMILY HAS C PRICES OF * NAME BRANI)S * JUNIOR & P451 HALF SIZE DRESSES WESTERN SHIRTS BankAmericard & Master Charge ,* FIRST QUALITY * Some Slight Irregulars CLEARLY MARKED ;]- I Something For Every Member ] " l 9t Your_ F orally- Men____, W__omen,hii__d_drer l Family Factory 0utlet00, o producd. ' ,, ,, rich Ireland |  No Plush Interior - JUST LOW PRICES"  t $rl'  118 W. 2nd St. - Owensboro, KV. " J Af_/" ! 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