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f TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 6-B I would like to begin the column this week by extend- ing sympathy to the family of Mindy Sue Landrum, who has passed away. She was a daughter of Bill and Carol Brown, and a granddaughter of Ed and Kat Spurlock. Sympathy is also extended to the family of Osco Casey, who has passed away. I didn't know him personally, but I've known him as a businessman in Beaver Dam, since I was a little girl. Also, sympathy to the family of Lenora Daugherty, who has passed away. Birthdays: Rev. Recie Young; Jason Haynes--21st birthday; Shirley Ruppel; Harold Davis; Margaret But- ler (of Owensboro)--all on April 22; Brandon Perry (of Bartlesville, Oklahoma)- April 23; Randy Bivin-- April 24; Neil Simpson-- April 25; Sue Hunter; Yoshiko Tonosaki Simpson-- both on April 26; Dwaynetta Jones (of Richland, Indi- ana)--20th birthday; Jeanie Williams; Ryan Wayne Moseley (of Texas); Christi Stewart--all onApri127; my husband, David's sister, Ellen Ball; Chad Ford; Haley Canler; Matthew French-- 12th birthday; Maxine Duncan--all on April 28. Brandon Scott--recently. (Brandon and his family are very thankful for this birth- day. He had undergone a kid- ney transplant, and things have gone really well). Wedding Anniversaries: David's sister and brother-in- law, Jerry and Sherry Hinton--28th --April 24; William C.D. "Doody" and Fay Givens--45th; Jerry D. Moore, Jr. and Susan Francis Moore--sixth--both couples on April 25; Claude "Moon" and Alta Mullen--seventh-- April 26; George Lee and Brandy Michelle Lee Arnold Casey--second--April 27; Paul Lee and Rebecah Moore Miller (of Louisville)-- third--April 28. Congratulations to Scott Daniel and DeeDee Ingram, who were married March 27 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. He is the son of Gardiner and Edith Daniel. She is the daughter of Bobby and June Ingram. A reception was held in honor of the couple, April 10, at the Ohio County Com- munity Center. Congratulations to Jason Arnold and Shelly Nalley, who were married April 10 at New Assembly Church. Ja- son is the son of Bobby and Moody Arnold. Shelly is the daughter of Steve and Mary Nalley. He is the grandson of Charlie and Mary Wright and the late Othie and Lettia Baize. She is the grand- daughter of Kerry and Jean Baize; John and Hazel Ann Rayner and the late Gilbert and Dimple Henderson. Congratulations to Hali Gaither and Nicholas Middleton, both of here in McHenry, who were accepted Durbin Sam and Tonya wish to announce the birth of their son, Dakota Ralen Durbin. Dakota was born April 4 in Owensboro. He weighed five pounds, 7.7 ounces and was 18 1/2 inches long. Dakota was premature and spent 10 days in St. Mary's Hospi- tal in Evans- ville. He is home and do- ing well. His grand- parents are Wes and Sherry Eads and the late Steve Durbin of McHenry, Gail Mohs of Beaver Dam and Mike King of Harlan, Ken- tucky. His great- grandparents are Lennie and Jennie Baggarly of Echols. His great- great-grandmother is Alder (Lucy) Baggarly of Beaver Dam Health Care Manor. into the People t b People World Leadership Forum. This took place in Washing- ton, D.C. recently. Those ac- cepted earned high school credit while studying leader- ship and exploring some of our nation's most prominent monuments and institutions, there. They are both stu- dents at Beaver Dam El- ementary School. Hali is the daughter of Todd and Becky Gaither and Nicholas is the son of Tom and Melody Middleton. We are proud of both of these fine young people! Congratulations to Lindsey Graham on being named to the Dean's List at Belmont University in Nash- ville, Tennessee for the Fall 2003 semester. She is the daughter of Greg and Pixie Graham, of Florida, formerly of here in Ohio County. She is majoring in commercial vocal performance. Family and friends en- joyed Easter at the home of Claude Jones. A little while back, Rev. Pete and Nell Leach and Harold and Debbie Sutton went to Norris City, Illinois to visit Roger and Sharron Rock. They also got to visit with the Rocks' daughter, Krissy; her husband, Jason and their daughter, Peyton Blaize and they also visited the Rocks' son, Adam Rock. David and I had the plea- sure of seeing our new great- nephew, Finn Owen McBride, of Minnesota, last week, for the first time. Finn and his parents, Brian and Debra McBride and Debra's Mom (Finn's grandmother and my sister), Peggy H. Barnes of Florida, all flew to Nashv ,Wednesday evening and spent the night there before going on to the Knoxville area to visit friends there. So, David and I drove to Nashville and enjoyed seeing Finn and all the others and having supper with them, spending the night, and hav- ing breakfast with them Thursday morning before they left for the Knoxville area. Finn is 5 months old now. They all plan to visit relatives and friends, here in Ohio County and to intro- duce Finn to them in Sep- tember. Cinema Our son, Sam and daugh- ter-in-law, Amanda, enjoyed a trip to San Antonio, Texas recently. Of course, they are both students of Western Kentucky University. Sam was sent there by Western to speak at the Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association's 2004 National Conference. The speech went well. They met some very interesting people and heard some other inter- esting speeches. They also enjoyed seeing a few sights of interest, such as The Alamo. Church. Mark Young (who works at Young Mfg. in Beaver Dam, where David works) was in- volved in a serious accident over the weekend. He was taken to Owensboro Medical Health System, however he wasn't hurt nearly as badly as he could have been. So, we are very thankful for that. Shannon Johnson has bro- ken several bones in her foot. Continue to remember: Carl FuIkerson; Carrie Jones Schroader; Ann Bullock; Rev. Chris Carter; Rita Raymer; Clyde and Marie Asbury; little Caitlin Gordon; Chester and Marie Drake; Donnie Holland; Richard Moseley (of Illinois); Ray Dockery; Crys- tal W-flson; Geraldine Render (of Illinois). Remember them and others in prayer. Don't forget that this Sat- urday, April 24, beginning at 9 a.m. will be the annual "Celebrate the Child." This event, now in its llth year, has become a very big event in our county. It is sponsored by our O.C. "Together We Care." It is something that the whole family can be in- volved in. So, come out Sat- urday. The event is held at Ohio County High School. Our children are very impor- tant and certainly something to "celebrate." This week, I would like to thank Alta Mullen for read- ing the column each week. rd like to wish Alta and her hus- band Claude "Moon" Mullen a Happy seventh wedding anniversary on April 26! To report McHenry News, contact: Betty HiUard Ford at 274-4905. Shannon Kay Bartlett and Gary Wayne Bumpus, both of Owensboro, are engaged to be married at 3 p.m., May 1, at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, Beaver Dam. She is the daughter of Ruth and Kenneth Bartlett of Owensboro. She is a 2000 ' graduate of Longview Chris- tian Academy in Beaver Dam and has an Associate's De- gree in Business from Daymar Owensboro. currently eI Weight Loss He is the Bumpus John W. Owensboro. graduate of High School Mr. BumpUS em Ohio County High School will be holdivg council parent member elections May 10 the school cafeteria. Nominations must later than 3 p.m., May 6, to the school Anyone having questions concerning 44 tact Elaine Clouse at 298-9288 or 298-03 CALL THEATRE FOR 13 GOING ON 30 (PG 13) (pO STARTS Frakes/Isbell A daughter to Tiffany Frakes and Tim Isbell of Utica on March 25 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Ling A daughter to Mary and Bobby Ling of Philpot on March 26 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Boatman A son to Lori Boarman of Whitesville on March 26 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Carrico A son to Christa and Eric Carrico of Beaver Dam on March 27 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Todd A son to Cansa Todd of Whitesville on March 27 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Bradley A son to Kim and Jon Bra- dley of Hartford on March 29 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Ward A son to Diane and Darren Ward of Fordsville on March 29 at Owensboro Medical Health System: Keown/Bryant A daughter to Laura Keown and Allen Bryant of Hartford on March 29 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Parker A daughter to Cherokee and Aaron Parker of Philpot on March 29 at Owensboro Medical Health" System. Gray A daughter to Jill and Ja- son Gray of Utica on March 30 at Owensboro Medical Health System. Kitchens A daughter to Melissa Kitchens of Utica on March 30 at Owensboro Medical Health System. BUCKLE UP your boby As usual, there are sick to remember in prayer. Some are Jim Williams is very ill. He has spent some time in Ohio County Hospital. He has been transferred to Owensboro Medical Health System and is there at this writing. Word is that he will probably be sent to Nash- ville. He needs our prayers very much. Kim Belcher Akers (of Butler County) spent time in The Medical Center in Bowl- ing Green, over the weekend. She was having complica- tions with her baby to be born. However, the baby came Sunday afternoon, April 18, and mother and baby were tired from it all, but doing fine. The baby is a girl weighing six pounds, eight ounces. Congratula- tions to Kim and her hus- band, Mike Akers. They also have a son, Jonah Michael. Kim is the daughter of Rev. Darrell and Helen Belcher. He is the pas- tor of Echols General Baptist @ The Times-News annual graduation tabloid published MAY 20th along with senior files and business ads. We invite you to personal message to that special graduate. may be included) DEADLINE WILL BE MAY 7th