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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 28, 1977, SECTION 1, PAGE 8 Rosins news O O Rosine community will play host to all political candidates in a "Meet The Candidates Day" Saturday afternoon May 14 at the Community Park. Mrs. Marie McDaniel has returned home after visiting her daughter Mrs. William Pilkington, Mr. Pilkington and children of Moscow, Indiana. ...-u Mrs. Paul Doolin and sons Gene and Danny of Evansville, Mrs. Doug Nabors and Mrs. Marvadene Whittler both of Whiting, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Berkley of Olaton visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Decker, Saturday. Wednesday night of last week Miss Opal Taylor attended the James Robinson Crusade being held in Owensboro at the sportscenter. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll King of Louisville spent Friday with Mrs. Bessie Basham and Ernest (Kate) ller. The Joyful Four, a gospel singing group from Morgantown, sang last Saturday night at the Baptist Church. Money collected during the sing went toward the purchase of a church bus. Mr. and Mrs. Enus Ferguson moved to their property midway Beaver Dam and McHenry, on Thursday of last week. We were sorry to see them leave. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Larry Goff and son of Owensboro visited Mr. Goff's uncle, Arthur Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Blondell Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payton of Flint Springs, Saturday night. Elton Flener of Morgantown recently visited his step sister, Mrs. Doomie Burden and daughter Darlene. Mrs. Henry Strauss and children of Hartford spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Taylor and children. Rev. Barney Priar, pastor of the Baptist church is preaching in a revival at Smallhous Baptist Church this week. Miss Gloria Kays Wade is spending a few days with her uncle, Leo Taylor and family. Mrs. Mae Ferguson of near Rosins is a patient at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. Norma Jean MacAdams who was seriously injured in an auto accident' April 4, has been moved to the in- tensive care unit at Owensboro- Daviess County Hospital. Bill Monroe will hold another Bluegrass Festival between Rosins and Beaver Dam the weekend of May 21-22. Isabelle Taylor spent Thursday night with Sandy Embry of Owen- sboro. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Wallace and children of Owensboro visited Sam- my's mother, Mrs. Hazel Wallace on Sunday. Another business opened last week in Rosine, that of Ohio County Tire Service, operated by Stoy Geary. Local Rosine Band is scheduled to perform Saturday May 7 at Horse Branch during their spring festival, May 14 at 1:30 at the Professional Care Home in Hartford and 3:30 p.m. at the Rosine Community Park. To report Rosine news, contact Wendell Allen, 274-7631. McHenry news O~ Sheila Ann Welborn m announce Mr. and Mrs. Billy Welborn, Twin Hills Drive, Beaver Dam, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Ann, to Jerry Wayne Killough 'of Madisonville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Densil Killough, 639 Powhatan Drive, Madisonville. Sheila is a 1975 graduate of Ohio County High School and is employed at Tichenor Chevrolet-Olds-Buick, Inc., Hartford. Jerry is a 1971 graduate of Madisonville North Hopkins High School, and is employed at Peabody Coal Company. The wedding will be Saturday, Mary 21, at 7 p.m. at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. President Ms. Lucille Taylor opened the April meeting of the Beaver Dam Woman's Club with a poem, "Beginning Again," in keeping with the Easter season. During the business session, Mrs. Eldon Hoxworth reported that the club now has a new girl to sponsor and had sent an Easter gift to her. Mrs. Alva Bennett, Mrs. Basil Keown and Mrs. Darrell Taylor were appointed to the scholarship committee. The club members voted to give $100 for prom decorations and $30 to Kentucky Educational Television. Joan Benton sang "Climb Every Mountain," accompanied by Greg Phelps at the piano. Mrs. Neff Zmbry brought an inspiring devotional. Mrs. Rita Ridley of Dawson Springs, an educator there, presented Mrs. Peggy Hunter who is at the University of Kentucky working in the Outwood Center for Mentally Retarded. Her slides of Outwood and her work in this capacity was very interesting and thought-provoking as it gave insight into how much can be done for this group of people on their own level. A lovely salad plate was served from a table beautifully decorated for spring by Mrs. William Reynolds, Mrs. Goebel Moore, Mrs. Eldon Hoxworth, Mrs. Robert Herren and Mrs. Reathel Goff. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrison were honored Sunday with an an- niversary dinner at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Barbara Hedge and Loyd of Hartford. Mrs. F'ronia Stec, of Gary, Indiana, an aunt of Mrs. Hedge, was also honored on her birthday, Sunday. Other dinner guests included Mrs. Katie Embry and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Evans of Ashland, Ky. Summer Tennflle Sh~ Summer Sharp celebrates first birthday Sunday Little Miss Summer Tennille celebrated her first birthday party at her home on 24. Twenty-three party treated to birthday cake cream. Summer received gifts. She was assisted in packages by her big brother age 9. Summer is the daughter Mrs. James M. Sharp Ridge. Beauty Shop MEN & LADIES HAIR STYLES & PERM$ ~W8-3257 - 220 McH~r,/St. II OO0 Mrs. David Ford spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Beulah Hillard. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Rock and Terry and Mrs. Neoma Rock spent a weekend recently visiting relatives in Whiting, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hillard, Louisville, visited relatives here last Saturday. Rev. Alton Crows was the guest speaker at McHenry Baptist Church Sunday. Pastor, Reecie Young was away for a revival. S. A. Moseley is a patient at the Ohio County Hospital. Mr. Chester Thompson is at home after a stay in the Ohio County Hospital and also Hopkins County Hospital in Madisonville. Mr. and Mrs. David Farley had relatives from Louisville to visit them on Sunday. Terry and David Hillard, Louisville visited their mother, Mrs. Lucille Hillard and family recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hunter, Mrs. Cordelia Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moseley and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moseley were in Owensboro shopping Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. B. Lindsey and Mrs. Beulah Hillard were in Morgantown shopping Monday of last week. Mrs. Maxine Thompson visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Zversole last week. Mr. and Mrs., Dennis Chinn had Mrs. Chinn's sisters from Rockport to visit them several days. Mrs. Beulah Hillard and Mrs. Flora Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Hook this week. To report McHenry personals, contact Mrs. Beulah Hillard, 274-4649. Offer Expires: April 30, 1977 '2.2s per sq. ft. 27' x 12' Sliding Door 24' x 14' Sliding Door Four Skylights One Man Door Colored Steel Roof and Sidewall "To be built as construction schedule permits, on level site within 30 miles of Umbaugh Sales Off=ce, Terms: 10% down, 40% on delivery of materials, hal- ance on completion. Plus tax. I izw'r n INSURANCE ~ t IIIUlmAIIP.U ~ Please send more information.. w. Drown AGENCY | P0LEBU"IL'D 'NG '().,INC. Same oc'r | 1 1 1 Center Street P.O. Box 44 $ | Hartford, Kentucky 42347 | Kentuckiana Division [ Aodress ................ n P.O. Box 616 Henderson, Ky. 42420 [ clt~ - ............ Co ................. ] FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARMOWNERS, LIFE, I $02.826.8377 I ........ "'" --- Call Toll Free 1-800.821-2270 Ext. 806 [ State ................ _'. ......... 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