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IIII~ OiilU LI)UNTY 2IMI~ l'~'|~OglD, KIff~TUCKY, APRIL 28, 1977, SECIION l, PAGE I0 -- I I II I 's Mr. and Mrs. Noal Mason of Ford- sville observed their 58th wedding anniversary on Easter, April I0. Surprise visitors included Mrs. Alice Kincaid, who was 92 years old on April 3, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Burnett of Owensboro, Mrs. Carrie Whorley of Lewisport, Pearl Pate of Hartford, Mrs. Myree Bruner of Fordsville and Mrs: Claud Richards. Mrs. Kincaid's husband, Edgar, was unable to make the trip. Standing left to right are Mary Burnett, Carrie Whorley and Grace Mason, with Mrs. Alice Kincald. The Masons received several nice gifts. Ice cream and cake was served to the guests. WBeaver Dam news Mrs. Linch Specs, Lexington, Mrs. David Kessinger and Sarah McKenney visited their brother, Mr. Charles McKenney Jr. of Murray on Sunday. Mrs. Linch Specs of Lexington, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenney Sr. and Sarah. Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Haven recently visited their daughter, Mrs. Tom Sch- wartz, Mr. Schwartz and sons Tommy and Timmy of Mauston, Wisconsin, enroute they visited their son, Mr. Joe Michael Haven, Mrs. Haven and little daughter Tina Jo of Carterville, Illinois. Tina Jo accompanied her grandparents to Wisconsin. Mrs. Hansford Hancock of Hartford and grandson Charles Hancock and Mrs. Hancock and baby of Grenada, Miss. visited Mrs. Hancock's sister, Mrs. Vernon Everly and Mr. Everly, Sunday evening. Ms. Koneta (Konnie) Westerfield and Mr. Jerry Edward Smith were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony, April 2 at 2 o'clock p.m. at the Hartford Christian Church. Bro. David Chandler officiated. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Judy Holly, Imlay City, Michigan, Mr. Bobby Westerfield, Warren, Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith, Sr. of Magnolia, Kentucky. Ms. Kathleen Riley was the organist. Among the selections were "Hawaiian Wedding Song," "Sun- shine On My Shoulders," "One Hand, One Heart," and "The Lord's Prayer." A large i~ot of mums was placed at the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her grandfather, on behalf of her mother, wore a long gown of ecru satin with a sheer muslin overlay that featured a high collar with an oval neckline trimmed with imported lace. The long, puffy sleeves were of matching imported lace, the same lace that formed the front panel of the gown She wore a yellow ruffled garden hat and carried an arrangement mat- ching that of the bride's. A special "attendant" was Miss Rhonda Suzanne Westerfield, daughter of the bride. She ac- companied her mother to the altar and received a ring following her mother. Rhonda wore a long blue dress accented with white lace and a white garden hat. She also carried an arrangement matching that of her mother's. The bride's mother wore a floor- length gown of lime green. Her cor- sage consisted of two white car- nations. The groom's mother wore a long peach-colored gown. She also had a corsage of two white car- nations. Best man was John A. Smith, Jr., Bowling Green, brother of the groom. Ushers were Steven and Robby Westerfield, Imlay City, Michigan, brothers of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Carter of Louisville and Miss Patsy Carter of Connecticut visited Saturday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter. Miss Jenny Clark of Owensboro spent the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Hayward Stevens and Mr. Stevens. On Sunday the Stevens had a cook-out with their relatives, Mrs. Elizabeth Rae Clark and family Melinch Clark Dennis, Nancy HoriZon, Kenneth Clark, Danny Clark, Jeremy Clark and Mrs. Margaret King. Early Monday morning Mr. Hayward Stevens fell at his home and was taken to the emergency room at the Ohio County Hospital where X- rays were made but no bones were broken. He has a cut on his leg which did not require any stitches. He returned home and is doing as well as can be expected. In Mrs. Stevens's rush to answer Mr. Steven's call when he fell, she broke a big toe. bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The annual bean dinner with the accented with tiny pearl buttons. The Ellis Renfrow. Candies, surrounded' Senior Citizens of the Beaver Dam waistline was defined by a lace sash by brjdalls ~eath, .were placed o~ Baptist Church was well attended and that tied in back. Thehem of the g6~~ .......... the tablb. ~e three:[fered bake was enjoyed by all, Mrs. Lorena Danks, was highlighted by a large flounce topped with double rings and white president of the group cooked the ruffle edged in lace. The bride wore a ruffled garden hat of ecru and carried a single yellowish-orange talisman rose, accented with baby's breath and streamers. Her only accessory was a pearl and diamond necklace that belonged to her mother. Maid-of-honor was Miss Kerry Jane doves. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Belva Newcom, great-aunt of the bride and Mrs. Marilyn Sunhart of Imlay City, Michigan. Miss Jayne Smith, Magnolia, sister of the groom, registered the guests. After a trip to the Kentucky Dam Village and the Land Between the Lakes, the couple resides on Route 3, beans, with Mrs. Maurine Wilson making the cornbread to go with the beans, salads, relishes, onions, pickles, desserts and coffee and tea. Plans are in the making in the future for a church bus trip and meeting the Senior Citizens of Erlanger Baptist Church and Mr. Bill Fowler and family. Mrs. G. Basil Keown. ..--N Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Wilson spent last week in Memphis, Tenn. visiting Mrs. Gearld B. Stewart, Mrs. Carrie Brett and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry Bard. Mrs. Birchell Coleman, daughters Mrs. Margie Nanney, Louisville, Mrs. Betty Taylor, Altemonte Springs, Fla. and Mrs. Virginia Dennis of Beaver Dam and Mrs. Coleman's grand- daughter, Mrs. Linda Wade of Owensboro flew from Louisville to New Jersey to attend Mrs. Coleman's son, Mr. Jewel Coleman's funeral on last Thursday. ..... Mr. and Mrs. William McGuyer visited their daughter Pare in Auburn, Alabama. While there they visited Roosevelt's Little White House in Warm Springs, Ga., also visited Plains, Ga. on a tour and saw the play "A Man For All Seasons" in Columbus, Ga. To report Beaver Dam personals, contact Miss Mary E. Brown, 274- 2971. We kn, Jomph Lee Baize Joseph Lee Baize wU honor at a birthday Saturday, April 23. His was Friday, April 22. Present for the party parents, Mr. and Mrs. Route 1, Horse BranCh; mothers, Reola Baize Brown; and Minnie Lou McDowell. included Ms. Mary Lou Scottie, Kevin Baize, April Dawn, Teresa Mrs. Miles McDowell, and Tommy. All enjoyed cake and Joey received many nice r. Thompson's Next to Burger Queen titl 8p.m. - Monday thru Saturday S a.m. _ 7 - Beaver =============================== :. Westerfield, Imlay City, Michigan, Hoover Hill. " .... at sister of the bride. She wore a long Both are employed by the Depart- Mrs. R. A. Danks returned home from,,e to enjoy retirement. yellow dress with a high neck, ac- ment of Transportation, Green River Hospital Sunday and is doing nicely. tented with ercu lace on tthe bodice, Parkway. Jeremy Beasley celebrates his first birthday Jeremy Dewayne Beasley celebrated his first birthday March 28. Jeremy is the son of Bobby and,, Pare Beasley, 833 West 2nd Street, Beaver Dam. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Leach of Horse Branch and Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Beasley of Beaver Dam. Mae Leach of Rosine is a great-grandmother. Daughter born to Raymers April 15th Ricky and Debbie Raymer of Beaver Dam are the proud parents of a daughter, Chanda Rochelle. Chanda was born April 15, at the Ohio County Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, one ounce. The proud grandparents are Reed and Beatrice Taylor and Ernest and Vine Raymer, all of Beaver Dam. The great-grandparents are Mrs. Myrtle Coleman of Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. Bon Raymer of Hart- ford. Personal Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Read and son Terry, Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Cohoron, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Porter and children Shanna and Chad, Mr. and Mrs. James Read and children Tonya and Laura Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Read, Mr. Len Read, Walter Read and Ronch Higgs. Jeremy D~wyna Beadey Mr. and Mrs. Sill Ward of Hartford visited Mrs. Ward's sister and brother, Miss Arma Plummer and Which is why we offer special savings plans "that Mr. James Plummer Sunday af- let you plan for the future. We offer time cer- ternoon. . .... tificate accounts, passbook savings plans and Mrs. Maude Clifford of Detroit is special retirement programs. Visit us soon and visiting her sister, Mrs. Blanche let us help you finda special plan that will allow Owens and other relatives, you to enjoy your years of leisure with traveling Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barnard spent or just taking it easy, free from financial worries. the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Roger Dill and Rev. Dill of Mt. Washington. Mrs. Betty Keown Reed of Bolder, Colo. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Hwy. 62- near Rockport UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Come See and Save Phone: 274-7923 Vote and Support For Hartford, Kentucky THE BANK THAT DOES MORE THINGS FOR MORE PEOPLE MORE OFTEN ",,,'Regular Personalized Checks Free ,I Emphasis On Accuracy And Service OF FICE RS Mri. Andy Anderson, Chairman of the Board James H. Higginbotham, President Cecil P. Taylor, Vice President Dlwld C. Brown, Anistent Vice President Richard Switzer, Ceshier Jerl Dean Adkins, Assistant Cashier Each depodtof.inmnal to $40,000 IIlOIlat 0111~1t, INIIAIANCI COIl~lArloll DI RECTORS Mri, Andy Andorlmn R. T. Baker James H. Hig~nbothom Haywm'd Spinks Cecil P. Taylor Rolly Tlchenor 1711 District (Butler, Hancock and Ohio Counties) Republican Paid for by C.B. Embry, Jr. for State Representative Campaign, Mrs. D. Hall, Treasurer, Beaver Dam. I I I I I I I Ill I THREE LOCATIONS TO SER VE YOU BETTER: -- Spinks Shopping Center-- 298-3261 298-3285