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THE OHIO couNTY T/ML7 "+ ''R. Keitlt Cromwell Rockport Y0w Pkm kwzper C.R. (Bob) Keith, 89, of .A.+o.o. ,:+cKY. MA ,. ,960HI0 COUNTY ROY. Jokn4 Hgliiton Routehome,5:15 a.m.3'following aHartfrd'FridaYlong died atin ill-his Social Notes ness, DEATHS +,o.+v..n..m,lto...owa+aret,00oO 85, retired Methodist and born in Grayson County, Weekend guests of Mrs. minister, of 2622 Dart- March 28, 1880, and had Exa Plrtle and Kenneth Ella O. Wood Mrs. Ella D. Wood, 73, of 1207 Payne Avenue, Owensboro died at 5:40 a.m. Friday in the Owensboro- Daviess Count Hospital after two weeks illness. Mrs. Wood was born at Philpot on November 29, 1895. She had lived in Evansville, Indiana at 2278 Covert Avenue for 24 years before moving to Owens: boro 18 months ago. She  was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene. Surviving are her hus- band, Harold Wood; a daughter, Mrs. Charles W. Dawson, Route 2, Philpot; a son, Franklin Wood of Evansville; eight grand- children; three sisters, Miss Bertha Bailey, Miss Emma Lee Bailey and Mrs. C.J. Moore all of Owens- boro; four brothers, Car- ridine Bailey of Owensboro, Elms Bailey and R.J. Bailey, bothof Philpot and C.W. Bailey of Reynolds Station; several nieces and nephews. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the First Church of the Nazarene, conducted by the Rev. Cool- idge Grants, pastor. Burial was in Providence Me- morial Cemetery. The James H. Davis Fu- neral Home was in charge of the arrangements. *O* mouth, Owensboro dled at 11 p.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, following a week's illness. He was born December 26, 1883, in Ohio County, and had lived in Owensboro for the last 10 years end was a member of Settle Memorial United Methodist Church. Rev. Hamilton attended old Hartford College and Vanderbllt University, He served the following .churches in Kentucky as .pastor durlng .his 'active ministry: Moufit' Moriah, Stephensport, Rochester, Maces, Lebanon, Depoy, Drakesboro, Cadiz, Trent and Corydon. He retired in 1958 from serving the Russellville Circuit. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Beecher Hamilton; a daughter, Mrs. Marshall Kessler of Bowling Green; a son, McDowell A. (Mac) Hamilton of Owensboro; three grandchildren; two brothers, James Hamilton of Bowling Green and Tho-. mas Hamilton of FrankIin, Kentucky. Services were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the chapel of Delhert J. Glenn Funeral Home, with Dr. William James, pastor of Settle Memorial United Methodist Church, and the Rev. Charles Hall officiating. Entombment was in Memorial Garden Mauso- leum. lived in Ohio County most of his life and was a mem- ber of Pine Knob Baptist Church, Grayson, County. Surviving are four daugh- ters, Mrs. Kathleen Baughn, Route 3, Hartford, Mrs. James S. Glenn of Hartford, Mrs. Owen Lew- ellen, Route 2, Hartford and Mrs. Edgar Kendell of Jeff- erson, Indiana; a son, J.R. (Jake) Keith of Route 3, Hartford; six grandchild- ren; nine great-grandchild- ren; several nieces and nephews. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Miller- Schapmire Funeral Home, with the Rev. Arnett Wil- liams, pastor of Concord Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was in Clear Run Church Cemetery. The MiHer-Schapmlre Funeral Home was in charge of the arrange- meats. Kittie ,Inn Tailor Mrs. Kittie Ann Taylor, 93",' died at 10:15 a.m. Wed- nesday :at the Ohio County Hospital. She was born in Ohio County and was a member of Bald Knob United Metho- dist Church. She was the widow of James Martin Taylor. Surviving are a grand- daughter, Mrs. Mildred BoRo n of Salt Lake City, Utah; +and a great-grand- daughter, Miss Jackie Bol- were Cindy and Susan Spen- cer of Beaver Dam. Sun- day afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arol Hocker of Sandefur Crossing and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pirtle and Barry of Hartford. ,k** Mr. and Mrs. Cotton Kes- singer and Mrs. Taft Davis of Illinois were called home last week due to the death of their cousin, Mrs. Lena Amos. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thomas went to Bowling Green this weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hawkins. *** Little Karen Spencer was a weekend guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Spencer. ,fa, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Spencer of Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Havens spent the weekend at Ken- tucky Lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Herrald of Michigan are visiting her sister, Mrs. Ollte Southard and family and brother, Mr. Willis Shephard and Mrs. Shep- hard. *** Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ptrtle and grandson, Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Hud= son and Mrs. Lois Black of Owensboro were Sunday Society Mrs. Walter Dortch Phone 274-3858 Miss Linda Hayes of Bowling Green spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Noel Cavendar and Mr. Doug Cavendar. Mrs. Walter Dortch and Mrs. Glen Dortch were in Nashville ,Wednesday. Master Mark Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis was injured in a wreck in front of their home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wel- born and Sheila visited Sun- day with Mrs. Louise Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welborn of Leitchfield. **O Mr. and Mrs. James Gray of Louisville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dortch and Miss Flossie Wilson. *** Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harper were Mrs. Paul Tarrants and children, Beaver Dam; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Tarrants, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper and children, Pleasant Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Harper and children, Powderly; Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Carter, Centertown and Mrs. Bar- bara Edwards and son of Powderly. Mrs. Monty Daniel and Monica of Mt. Vernon, Indiana are spending a few COURT NEWS Jimmy Leon Scott, drink- ing beer on highway, plea of guilty, $10, cost $25, paid $35. Royce H. Bartlett, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, fine sus- pended, paid $18. Donald Stewart Cole, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, paid $28. Carroll Gene Hoops, driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages, plea of guilty, $93, cost $20 and laid 1 day in jail, 30 days probated 1 year, paid $111. Carroll Gene Hoops, dis- orderly conduct, plea of guilty, $43, cost $20, 90 days probated 4 year, paid $63. Coy Lee Crabtree, no operator's license, plea of uilty, $10, cost $18, paid 28. Coy Lee Crabtree, reck- less driving, plea of ullty, $10, cost $18, paid 28. James Holahan Atkinson, speeding, amended to dis- orderly conduct, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Thomas Matthew Powell, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, paid $28. John Leonard Lee, im- proper passing, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid$18. John Cooper, Jr., being dangerous to himself and others, committed to West- ern State Hospital. Larry Nelson Shadwick, Installing Plastic Tile Pictured above is a tiling machine laying pl The tiling operation is on Mr. Carrel Ta, the Robroy community of Ohio County. Shown on the tiling machine is Mr. Bobby operating the machine and a workman tic tile into the trench. The tiling system was designed and laid out bY I Soil Conservation Service personnel, located ford, Kentucky. Keith Mr. Clyde Boling is a The Delbert J. Glenn Fu- ton of Salt Lake City guests of Mrs. EttaHudson days with her parents, Mr. speeding, plea of guilty, patient at Our Lady of neral Home was in charge Services were field at and Victor. *** and Mrs. Bill McGuyer. $10, cost $18, paid $28. We Ire 0n The e Mercy Hospital. of the arrangements. 3 p m+ Friday at Danks *** William Nash, no 1969 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Funeral Home, with burial Mrs. Nana Rafferty was Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kentucky cab card in ve- !!! ..... Z iii in SunnysideCemetery. weekend guest of her Fulton spent a fewdays hicle for Kentucky, plea of For Granddad For ri :!:i ""  !:: The Danks Funeral Home sister, Mrs. Nlna Coleman last week with Mr. and Mrs. guilty, $18, cost $18, paid i!i _ __ #B$ [[[[[i:)2:[::'+2::dll iiii was in charge of the and brother, Charlie Ste- C.B. Fulton. $36. :::: VO',Wa i:i: arrangements, vens of Beaver Dam. *** Ronnle Lee Wallace, pub- --V O t e  !i!i r G 4rwfmE  :i:! . *** 0 r .:.: +. :.: Sunday afternoon guests lic drunk, plea of guilty, IF ::::  -- + +,: [dna T ruitt Mr. and Mrs. John of Mrs. Jeanette Embry $10, cost $25, 30 days in :::: .+,,,,,,.,.o.,, ++ W t ti Io'"es-er'e "" :':' '" : :: M E Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Bert jail, probated 1 year, paid :::: ....... IllllliilBIV/ ::: rs. dna Trultt, 79, of Edd Morphew are at the Goodwtne of Horse Branch. $35. i i!:: 1 I  hev ro |  t__  i! Marion died Saturday night Kentucky Lake fishing this *** Frank Lee Whobrey, pub- i::I C iii:i at the Owensboro-Davless week. *** Mrs. Roberta Smithwas "+ 000on' o,,u.t, For Sheriff :i:i mpala ustom, 2 door hardtop, new tires, one local :::i: County Hosoital after a dinner guest of Mr. and $I0, cost $25, paid $35. i!i owner, extra low mileage, like new. :!!!i short'illness" Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. C. B. Fulton last Paul Dean Marlow, im- i!!i ....... !ii She was born February 2, Westerman and sons of Ow- Wednesday. *** i:i: IVO7 Chrysler !! 1890 in Ohio County and ensboro spent Saturday proper passing, plea of "15 Years Experience" iii guilty, $10, cost $18, fine had lived in Marion for 60 with her si$ter, Mrs. Mr.  ,IVIx; Racrrtond . ....... yearst,.$h'wtm*a melt- NIalr,+ C. Porter and 'S t.ffrdafl"i  SUSll--pa!d$t8; . .... il Net Custom, 4 door sedan, factory air, power brakeS, power steering, one local owner, extra clean. 1967 Mercury Montclair, 4 door sedan, factory air, power brakes and steering, low milea% extra clean, one owner. 1966 Chrysler + 300. 4 door hardtop, all power and factory air, one ii!i ..... owner, extra clean, perfect condition, iill 1966 Dodge .... +++ D100 Pickup, custom cab, 318 C10engine, longwheel ii base sweptline, new tires, still under factory war- ranty, one local owner. i:: 1966 Mercury Comet, 2 door sedan, 6 cylinder, straight shift, one owner, low mileage, extra nice. i:!: ':': ber sT'the United Metho- :.:. !iii dist Church of Marion Surviving are three :::: daughters, Mrs. Rudell Hughes of Louisville, Mrs. Mildred Dollins of Deca- tur, Georgia, Mrs. Nancy Pate of Orange, California; two sons, Foster Truitt of Rockport, Indiana, and Evans Truitt of Stanley; 13 grandchildren and 6 great- grandchildren; two broth- ers, W.J. Foster, Sr. of Stanley and Dr. Ray P. Foster of Bowling Green. Services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church in Marion, conducted by the Rev. Charles Hulse, pas- tor, with burial in Marion 1966 Buick ::!! Cemetery. ilil The Tucker Funeral Wildcat, 4 door sedan, factory air and power, low Home, Marion, was in mileage, extra clean, local owner, ii!i charge of the arrange- 1965 Chrysler i!!:::: ments. Newport, 4 door sedan, one local owner, real nice, ii Applications F0r power brakes and steering, i! Job Corps And NYC 1965 Plymouth i; Belvedere II, 4 door sedan, power steering, one ilii To He Taken owner, still under factory warranty. : = t " :: p Iv iii A representative from 1965 %, office will be in the Com- Fury III, 4 door hardtop, power brakes, power i! munity Action Agency steering, vinyl interior, extra nice. " ,:.: office on the top floor of the 1966 court house on May 5 from Ford .... :, ....... i!:ii I:ZO to 3:30 p.m. Appli- Custom 500, 4 door sedan, power brakes and steer- :!:i cations will betaken for the ing, low mileage, extra clean. , ' ii 1964 Chrysler , 4 Newport, door sedan, factory air arid power, one local owner. Real sharp_yr  1964 Mercu v.':: Comet, 2 door hardtop, traight shift, 289 engine, completely overhaulCd; etra nice. *: vro ii 1960 Che let 3/4 ton Apache 10, flat bed, 4 speed transmission, made for dual rear wheels, low mileage, local owner, extra good. We have many older models on our lot. Before you buy, stop by and look them over, or see or call any of the following salesmen. Joe Fulton Joe Holland 298-3482 298-7195 Phone 274-4565 Pat Embry Capp Moore 298-7217 274-4503 W.S. TAYLOR 8, SONS CHRYsLER-DODGE-PLYMOUTH 726 North Main Street Beaver Dam. Kentucky :::: Job Corp and the NYC. :::: iiii i family.  Mr. and Mrs. Odle Burgess and son, Earl were Saturday morning guests of Mrs. Lucille Barnes of P rentiss. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthew attended a birth* day dinner April 23 in honor of her mother, Mrs. Laura Basham. Shewas 101 years old. ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell BoRon, Nelson, Kentucky visited Mrs. Janette Embry Monday morning. Mr. David Turnham of Hammond, Indiana has re- turned home after spending two weeks visiting rela- tives In Hartford and Nar- rows. Chrysler-Plymouth.I) odge Sales And Service 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE W.S. Taylor & Sons, Inc. 726 North Main Street Beaver Dam, Kentucky Phone Days: 274-4565 Nights: zgs-,sz 274-3381 i:i: !:!:i "...:: ii!i :!:! iill +',+ :::: :i:!: 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped Duke Funeral Home iili Hartford, Kentucky Phone 298-3287 ::::: ::-:: i.'." :::: :.:, i:!:: Andy Funk Announces For ::ii :.::.: :::: :: ::: iiii Paid Political Announcement Democratic Nominee For County Judge After considerable thought and encouragement from so many, I have the office of Ohio County Judge, subject to action of the Democratic May 27. I am 47 years of age and have been a lifelong resident of Ohio CountY+ for the three years I was in the Navy during World War II. Since that have been a businessman, former Jailer of Ohio County, and served fou! as Judge of the City of Hartford. During my tenure as Jailer, I circuit courts and county courts, thereby learning all the court A resident of Hartford, I am a member of the Hartford Baptist Church, of Foreign Wars, Ohio County Fish and Game Association, Ohio County of Commerce, Farm Bureau and Masonic Lodge. For the past eight months, I have been on the Police force for the City ford and have worked diligently for law and order,showingno favoritism it arrests. There is much to be done, but if nominated and elected, I F my best to bring about enforcement of the laws in all violations. Believing I am qualified to serve as a judge that will bring honor to and trusting to make right decisions in all matters concerning the of Ohio County, I hereby solicit your vote and influence. It may be impossible for me to personally contact each voter during the but anyway you can help me willbe incerely appreciated. Thank you for taking time to read my formal announcement. Hartford,