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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 3--B Weddings ..... Birthdays ..... Anniversaries ..... New Arrivals ..... Grandparent's Corner OOOOO0 C I e Pope and Brad Duane Lacefield were united in marriage Satur- 4:30 p.m. at Central Christian Church in Lexington. Dr. Ray Holdren uncle of the bride, performed the double-ring ceremony. and a 2000 bm~iness gradua~p~;~stern Ken,: He is employed as an agent field specialist with t ate farm insurance. their home in Louisville. / "Indexed Annuities: fe Way to Grow Your Money" luncheon and seminar is a must for people who: r invested in the stock market because of fear sted in a potentially higher return than you are on other fixed interest savings plans sted in the stock market and want to preserve and/or prevent further losses higher returns without the risk of loss of RADIO 1600 DO TODAY... DETERMINE HOW YOU LIVE TOMORROW ( Tuesday, May 4 !! Lunch will be served at Noon, Compliments of Money Concepts 2 Ohio Count)' Senior Citizens Center 2320 Highway 69 North in MONEY CONCEPTS LNTE, RNATIONAL FINANOAL PLANNING NETWORK i MONEY CC~ICEPTS nNANClAL PtANNINC located in the offices of First Kentucky Bank jmayes@ ('~otafion Member NASDIS1PC. No~ FDIC Inked. No Bank (~I~ Ma) t.:~e Value. Snow fell in Western Ken- tucky last Tuesday, April 13, with accumulations up to five and one-half inches in parts of Ohio County, including Rosine. The last measurable snow in April, remembered by this writer, fell on April 29, 1961. On that date, more than a foot of snow covered most of Kentucky and that stayed on the ground for sev- eral days. Last week's snow was gone by Wednesday afternoon and the dogwood trees were in full bloom by the week's end. Last Saturday's fund- raiser for Rosine Cemetery was a great success. The evening began with music by Tunnel Hill bluegrass band and, as usual, they put on a very good show. The auction followed, with David Johnston serving as auction- eer. After the auction, there was more very good music by Jerusalem Ridge bluegrass/ country band. Food was served throughout the evening by Les and Jolene Johnson. Joyce Akins and Rita Ford kept records while the auc- tion was in progress and served as cashiers. Durl Johnson and Gayla Hofmann assisted the auctioneer and Eldon Howard helped out wherever needed. By evening's end, receipts from the auction, donations, food and "mystery pies" to- taled $1,164.03 for the Rosine Cemetery Fund. The mys- tery pies included a "pinto Patterson; w mandm'in or- a ge" bJlk Fredb Ford; and a-"shoo fly" pie baked by Edith Woosley. There were many donations of bakery goods and other items for auction and the people in attendance seemed to enjoy spending their money. It takes many people working in various ways to have a successful fund- raiser. Fund-raisers can be a lot of work, however, when ap- proached in the right man- ner, they can also be a lot of fun. That's the way of most fund-raisers in Rosine, in- cluding the one last Saturday night. All who helped with their time, energy, talent and money to make last weekend's fund-raiser for Rosine Cemetery a success are much appreciated. You cared and you showed your caring by positive action! Bobby and Jane Dye, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, were in Ohio County last weekend to visit friends and relatives and attend the fund-raiser for Rosine Cem- etery, held at the Barn Sat- urday night. Carl Hines, of Indiana, visited his sister, Darlene Filback, last weekend. He and Darlene attended the fund-raiser Saturday night. At the time this news was written, Russell Wallace was in Owensboro Medical Health System in serious condition. Best wishes go to him. Sunday morning worship services at Rosine Mission- ary Baptist and Rosine United Methodist Churches begin at 11:00 each week with Sunday school at 10 a.m. Welcome. The Rosine Area Commu- nity Choir meets for practice each week at 7 p.m., Thurs- days, in Rosine United Meth- odist Church. Welcome. [lllllllllllllllllll| I i 1 1 1 1 1 ! with coupon 1125 N. Main Street - Beaver Dam, KY [ 1 I The Rosine Barn Jambo- ree, sponsored by TRA, is held every Friday in the Rosine Barn. All musicians, singers and fans are wel- come. Music begins at about 7 p.m. each week. Admission to the barn is free. Payday Advances SSI & Disability Accepted No Credit Check Local Phone Service Available Illllllllllllllllllli RaceFs aria Race Fans My Apologies/ I expected to be ready to race at McHenry Raceway, by late April- early May but because of a unex- pected legal action, brought by a small number of share homers, this has delayed the start of rac- ing. I have no control of this action! Hang on to the rules that have been issued. Please be patient, it will happen ! Either this or next. My apologies again. Sam Hines, Promoter The Monroe Homeplace is open to visitors Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and on Sunday, 1- 5 p.m. Tickets are now on sale for chances on the "Sample Quilts" which will be raffled to raise funds for Rosine Park this summer. For infor- mation regarding purchase of the chances, please contact Doris Morris, Park Board treasurer, at 270-274-7357. Gayla Hofmann, of Greenville, spent last Friday night with her aunt, Frances Harvey. Best wishes go to all Rosine area people who are sick. To each of you, a wish for a speedy, complete recov- ery. The April meeting of The Rosine Association will be held this coming Tuesday, April 27, at 7 p.m. in the Rosine Barn. All area mem- bers are encouraged to at- tend. Non-members who are residents of the Rosine area are also welcome at TRA meetings. There was a guest speaker at morning worship services m Rosme Umted M:etl~o~lst Church last Sunday? Bro. James Coats, of McDaniel, Kentucky brought the mes- sage. Visitors of Loretta Allen last weekend included Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Connie Jean) Payton of Flint Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie (Dean) Allen of Pleas- ant Ridge; and Mr. and Mrs. David (Peggy)Allen and grandchildren, Jordon and Christopher Carson of Clarksville, Tennessee. 1 1 I This week's Rosine News | was written by Selena Gilstrap (270-274 90 i2) and | Frances Harvey (270-274- I 5552). Persons with news fi)r 1 the Rosine newsletter should I please call Selena or Frances. Have a good week! I TAKE IT WITH YOU I Lor , Lordy