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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 5-B By Edie Coleman 232-,)136 of will be 50th wed- Saturday, April 24, at a reception to be held at Faith Freewill Bap- tist Church in Chandler, In- diana. Basil, formerly of Olaton and Mary, formerly of Beaver Dam, were married April 9, 1954, in Olaton. Basil is the son of the late Clinton and Lissie Ann Embry. Mary is the daugh- ter of the late Thomas Elvis and Eva Nelson. The Embrys have four children: Mike and his wife, Kathy, of Wadesville, Indi- ana; Sharon Morphew of Boonville; Mark and his wife, Christie, of Boonville; and Robert and his wife Michelle of Newburgh, Indiana. They have 11 grandchildren. The Embrys have pastored for The Pentecostal Mission of Prayer Church in Boonville for 32 years. Mr. Embry was employed with Midwest Roofing and Sheet Metal for 25 years. After leaving Midwest, Mr. and Mrs. Embry started their own business, Embry's Roof- ing. They retired from the business in 2001. They both love to travel and spend time with their family. Remember in your prayers, little Caitlin Eliza- beth Gordon and her family, Carla Bell Haire, Willie Winstead, Jr. Shrull, Bobby Whittaker, Ernest McConnell, Mac Cable, Carolyn and Raymond Kirk, Jr. Faught, Chris Carter, Larry Bennett, Norwood Montgomery, Mary Starnes, Terry Jo Faught, Damon Durall, the leaders of our great nation and all of our men and women serving in the armed forces of our coun- try. If you would like to make a donation for the City of Centertown's beautification project, you may send your donation to the City of Centertown and designate your gift to the city's park. Several donations have al- ready been received. You may also make your dona- tion "in memory of" or "in honor of" a loved one. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Sympathy is extended to the family of Lenora Daugherty and to the family of Audrey Whitehead. E. 1st Street, Beaver Dam UNIFORMS Message Phone 274-4304 TO THE TIMES-NEWS! Mae Boyd, who has been on the sick list recently, is now much better and appre- ciates everyone for the prayers and concerns. Visiting in Ohio County on Friday was Blaine Kessinger of Louisville. En- joying lunch with him at Bluegrass Cafe were Ed and Greta Whitehead, Sam and Carol Abner, Velvet Woosley and Edie Coleman. Shonie and Chick Coleman had as their guests Shonie's brother, Eugene Hill, and wife, Kathy of Cookeville, Tennessee. They enjoyed spending a few days / Saturday, April 2Hth, 200 t arad at 9:00 a.m.- fun continues until 3 p.m. Ohio County High School ALL EVENTS ARE FREE! m m,,mm m m ~ ~ ammmm ~ ~ ~mam~ mmmm :'Kids Around the World" Parade yo l. bOOR5 OPEN... follow surprise guests inside for: MADCAP THEATRE presenting "RumplestiltsKin" A people and giant puppet group from Cincinnati provides some of the best entertainment in the country. Don't miss this! Sponsored by McDonalds - thanK with them. On Tuesday their niece, Vale Rhea Maddox, was their guest for breakfast. Everyone enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by Chick. It was a sweep for the Western Elementary cheer- leaders who competed Satur- day morning at the County- Wide Cheerleader competi- tion held at Ohio County High School. The fourth, fifth and sixth-grade cheerleaders took first place in each cat- egory. Many hours of hard work went into preparing for the competition. Fourth-grade coaches were, Melonie Sheffield and Nikki Allen, fifth- grade coach was Kandi Nix and sixth grade coaches were Cindy Daugherty and Kim Vender. Congratulations girls! On Thursday April 15, Ed and Greta Whitehead cel- ebrated their 54th anniver- sary by having lunch with their daughters, Paddy Whitehead, Edie Coleman and Velvet Woosley. They also enjoyed phone calls from their other children, Ran, Brad and Robin. Visiting James, Norwood and Van Montgomery re- cently were Curtis Thomasson of Livermore; Hughetta Dale of Beaver Dam; and Jimmy Ashby of Mooreman. All visited on Sunday, April 4. Kenny Grose and son, Eric, of Rockport, Indiana, along with Eric's girlfriend, visited Tuesday, April 6. Also visiting was Keith Wqfitten. Visiting April 12 was Mertigene Bell and Keith Whitten. Visiting April 13 were Patty Sharp and Tommy Fulkerson of Daviess County and Keith Whitten of Centertown. Visiting April 14 were Rose Lemair and Millie Harth of Tell City, Indiana; June and Bill Holladay of Centertown; Mike Fulkerson of Daviess County; and Mark t The children of Barbara Jean Hedges and Burl James Johnson request your pres- ence at a reception celebrat- ing the recent marriage of their parents. The reception will be held Saturday, May 1, Hargus of Henderson. Visiting April 14 were Norman Payton of McHenry and Charlotte Owens of Hartford. Visiting April 15 were Buddy Patterson of Centertown and visiting April 16 were Norman Payton and wife Peggy; Elvis Doolin; Paula Smiley; and Charlotte Owens. Visiting April 17 were Keith and Linda Whitten of Centertown; Kenny and Veronica Grose of Rockport, Indiana; Lynn Fulkerson of Owensboro; and Jude and Kathy Edge of Whitesville. Visiting on April 18 were Edie and Ivy Coleman. .-----___ John and Gina Minton, along with their daughters, Brianna and Elizabeth, of Clear Creek, visited over the weekend with their families, including John's mother, Sue Minton, and Earl Eynn. On Sunday, John was the guest speaker for the morning and evening services at Centertown Baptist Church. Congratulations to Bro. Hanson and his wife, who celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary Sunday, April 18. Bro. Hanson is the pastor at Centertown Baptist Church. " Jeremy and Elizabeth Render hosted a Moonlite egg hunt at their home Sat- urday, April 3, at their home. 49 friends and family enjoyed a fun night of fellowship and hunting for 400 eggs. ....... Centertown Baptist Church hosted an Easter egg hunt April 10. 38 children and adults attended. All the children went home happy with prizes and eggs. Raymond and Carolyn Kirk enjoyed having their family with them for an Eas- dinner. "Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns; I am thankful that thorns have roses." at Ohio County Senior Cen- ter, located on Highway 69 East at Ohio County Park. It will begin at 2 p.m. All family and friends are cor- dially invited to attend. In an effort to promote health and fitness through walking, the Family Wellness Center is pleased to have its first ever Poker Walk. What is a Poker Walk you might ask? The Poker Walk is a two-mile walk from the FWC towards Beaver Dam and back. Each person will be assigned a number. (You must remember your number.) There will be five card sta- tions set up along the side- walk as well as rest stations. At each station, you will re- ceive a card. At the end of the walk you will turn your cards in and the people with the best card hands will win prizes. The Poker Walk will be held Tuesday, April 27, at 5:30 p.m. The Poker Walk will be open to members and non-members of the FWC. The walk is FREE to mem- bers and $3 for nail-members. To sign up, call the FWC at 298-4500.