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... o.,o 00oo.. TIMES Your Pkm Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY I, 1969 8 Proffitt- Brown Wedding Vows Exchanged Miss Sandra Lynn Proffitt became the bride of Mr. James Wilson Brown at 8 p.m. April 3 at the First Baptist Church, Midlathian, Texas, in a double ring, ceremony performed by Rev. Russ Moxley of Arlington, Texas. The couple knelt before a cushioned prayer bench be- fore an ornamental archway entwined with greenery in- terspersed by white button chrysanthemums. Large, floor candelabra holding lighted wedding tapers were on either side of the arch- way while Grecian columns on which were placed bas- kets filled with greenery completed the setting for the marriage rites. A program of wedding music was presented by Miss Julie Tucker of Dallas, Texas, soloist, ac- companied by Mrs. Bith Van Winkle at the organ. Miss Tucker sang "One Hand- One Heart" and "The Lord's Prayer". The new Mrs. Brown is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis Prof- fitt of 1428 Ridgecrest. Midlathian, Texas. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Brown of Echols, Kentucky. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose for her wedding an empire styled gown of white peau de sole designed with scoop neckline and elbow length sleeves. A wide border of Chantilly lace, beaded with crystals and pearls, circled the hemline of the gown and the edge of the sleeves. Medallions of beaded lace enhanced the skirt and bodice and were appliqued at intervals on the chapel train which swept from the waistline in back. Her el- bow-length veil of silk il- lusion was bordered by beaded lace and fell from peau de sole petals edged with pearls. A diamond necklace, given to the bride back and tiny buttons down the front. The gown was styled with elbow length sleeves. Her veil of mat- ching illusion was held with a green peau de sole bow. Miss Denise Landell, Miss Dee Eagle, and Mrs. Rusty Culp, all of Dallas, Texas, served as brides- maids and wore gowns identical to that of the maid of honor. Each of the bride's attendants carried one long stemmed yellow rose tied with yellow rib- bons. Mr. Larry Dortch of Iowa Park, Texas served the groom as best man, and Mr. JohnToole, Mr. Mike Mor- gan, and Mr. Jim Perry, all of Dallas, Texas, were groomsmen. Serving as ushers were Mr. Dusty Fryer, Mr. Jimmy Proffitt, the bride's brother, and Mr. Steve Foster, all of Mid- lathian, Texas, and Mr. Harold Green of Dallas. For her daughter's wed- ding, Mrs. Proffitt chose a two-piece suit of gold linen with matching accessories, with a white and green or- chid. The groom's mother was attired in a rose two- piece suit with matching accessories and a white and pink orchid. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Refreshments were served to the 125 guests present by Miss Karen McVean of Dallas, and Miss Fredlyn Trull of Midlathian, and Miss Mary Ann Brown of Echols, Kentucky, was in charge of the register., After a wedding trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, Mr. and Mrs. Brown will make their home at 3307 West Pentagon Parkway, Dallas, Texas. Among the 350 guests at the wedding were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Smith of Midlathian, Texas and Mrs. Nannie Proffitt of Waxa- ' q . . Beaver DaM Social Eve#Is 90CIETY 00EW9 mrs. Carlton Daniel, 9oietv Editor 274- 3496 Rosine Society News Mr. Boyce Taylor Phone 274-3756 Mrs. Grace Woosley, an Ohio County School teacher, suffered her second heart attack in the past two or three months. She was rushed to the Ohio County Hospital where she remains in critical condition at this writing. She had returned to her school work two weeks ago. Most of our Sunday School members remem- bered to set their clocks up Saturday night. The Baptist Sunday School had two or three more people than the Sunday before. We urge all of our friends in and around Roslne to try and attend one of our local Sunday Schools. Both meet at 10:00 a.m. Miss Christine Burden of Nashville visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Burden, and Darleen from Friday night until Sunday evening; Mr. James T. Taylor, who is employed in Louis- ville, spent the weekend with his wife, Maltnda, and little, daughter, and his mother, Beryl Decker, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Collard. J.T. was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Collard of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Tay- lor of the Renfrow Com- munity visited his parents, Miss Kathy Haynes Haynes. Rowan Wedding Plans Announced Mr. and Mrs. James Beaver Dam. Haynes of BeaverDam an- Mr. Rowan is also a1968 nounce the engagement Of graduate of Ohio County *** Mrs. Arthur Everley is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Don McEnroe, Mr. McEnroe and children in Owensboro this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cook, Jr. and baby daugh- ter, Debra Gale, visited his mother, Mrs. Elmore in Louisville over _the week- end. Mr. Oscar Kelly received word of the death of his brother, Frank Kelly in Wooster, Ohio Sunday. Mrs. Jean Brown, Ted Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kelly, Clarks- ville, Indiana attended the funeral Wednesday after- noon at Wooster. Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Frizzell visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenney, Linda and Brenda Sunday afternoon. *** Rev. and Mrs. Hershel Woodburn and children, Lynne, Jeffery, and Gary, Nashville, Tennessee were guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Ethel Foster from Friday till Sunday. Rev. Woodburn was the evangelist in a revival at Woodward's Valley last week. *** Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rule and daughters, Benise and Sharon of Chicago are spending this week with her father, Mr. Emel Esk- ridge. James M. Kelly, Clarks- ville, Indiana visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kelly and TedSatur- by her grandmother, was her only jewelry. .... Miss lat  Proffit of Midlathian, Texas was her sister's maid of honor. She was gowned in floor- length A-line dress of nile green with a flowing panel of peau de sole down the hachie, Texas; and the Mr. and Mrs. V.C. Tay- groom's grandparents, Mr. lor, and boys Sunday. and Mrs. J.A. Wilson of_ . *** Rockport; Kentucky. Other  "Mr. allf MrS.'Bell Baize guests from out of state were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Brown and Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and Chris, all of Echols, Kentucky. of Beaver Dam visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baize Sun.. day afternoon. Miss Opal Taylor and little niece, Leora Norine, McHenry Social Notes. By Mrs. Hubert Hillard Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hillard and Tlmmy, Ham- mond, Indiana are here this week on vacation. They are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hillard and family. $$$ The 4th and 5th grades of McHenry school went to Owensboro to the museum on Wednesday with their teachers, Mr. Karl Brown and Mrs. Imogene Hines. Mrs. Daisy Miller was, taken to the Ohio County Hospital last week and is in fair condition at this time. Mrs. Elizabeth Hardin, Nellie Hillard, both of Ow- ensboro and Oscar Hillard, $$$ Malvin Holland and family of Shepherdville, Kentucky were guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. (Berch) Holland. Oscar Hillard, Whiting, Indiana spent last week with relatives here, in Owens- boro and Central City. $$$ Mrs. Edward Rock and Mrs. Imogene Hines have spent some time with their mother, Mrs. Daisy Miller at the Ohio County Hospital. Mrs. Jackie Hillard, James Pharris and several others attended the pro- gramon Channei 13, Bowl- ing Green Saturday night. of Louisville, arrived Fri- day to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Taylor, and family. Valeta arrived on Saturday night and stayed until Sunday afternoon. Earl Thomas Daniel of Owensboro was in town Monday on business. $ta, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman KuykendM1 of Owenshoro, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wavy Beatty and Johnie for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene "Tack" Hammer of Louis- ville visited the Milton Beattys Saturday night. *** Freddie Harold Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Leach, leaves Thursday for New York en route to a naval base near Naples, Italy. their daughter, Kathy, to Phillip Rowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rowan of H artford. Miss Haynes is a 1968 graduate of Ohio County High School and is em- ployed by Host Inter- national on the Western Kentucky Parkway near ter, Mrs. Len Allen, and Mr. Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baize Saturday afternoon. *** The Youth Choir of Ro- sine provided special music at the morning ser- vices of the Rosine Meth- odist Church. Cary Paul Baize of Louisville visited his sis- ter, Mrs. Donnie Crowder, and Mr. Crowder here Sun- day. Mr. Baize's wife and daughter are to arrive this week from Arizona. Mrs. Mac Leach attended a special dinner Sunday in Owensboro at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Hall, and Rev. Hall honor- ing their son, David, who leaves Saturday for a Naval Base in Japan, and for Mrs. [.each, who celebrated High and is employed by Chapman Construction Company at Hawesville. Thewedding will .be, Jun... 21St at 4 p.m. (CDT) atthe Beaver Dam Baptist Church. No formal invitations will be sent. Relatives and friends are invited. Oak Grove Beovor Dam Society N weekend. They were joined ews by Mr. and Mrs. Haney who accompanied Rachel Nevitt Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cannon and children of Owensboro visited his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Nevitt. $*$ Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Burgess visited her mother, Mrs. Sylvia Wil- son. Mrs. Sylvia Wilson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nevitt of Morgantown vis- ited his brother, Mr. ill- burn Nevitt, and family. Mrs. M. G. Sandefur, No Creek, visited Miss Hattie Ward Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carter returned to their home in Chicago Saturday after spending a weekvisi- ting his sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Hunter, Hartford, Mrs. Myrtle Wright and Mrs. James Haynes, Mr. Haynes and daughters, City. Relatives of James F. Park received word of his death last week at Knox- ville, Tennessee. Burial was there. Dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kelly and Ted were Mrs. Earl Hazelrigg and Mrs. Ken- neth Kirk and Beckie Kirk Hartford; Mrs. AntonChinn, Mrs. Henry Daniel, Mrs. Carlton Daniel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Persona] Oscar Kell anniversary.*** Mrs. Mary entertained dinner in honor of ther, Mr. birthday. Guests and Mrs. Rural Route, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jaclde Hartford and Heflin, City. $$$ Mrs. John Route, Hartford sister, Mrs. Carlt0 and Mrs. AliCe Monday evening. *** Mr. C. O. President of Kentucky was the at the eleven vice of the Baptist Church Mrs. Brown him. They live at Green. Y $*0 S. Sgt. and Mrs. Forrest t Jameson and little son have T" mov.ed .'(0 Ju0ction City, i Karts'as, S Sgt. drneson :: ......... has recently returned from a tour of duty in Korea ::N: and is now stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Kindley visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Williams, Marissa, Illinois ove]: the oined Cecil them home. Mrs. Kindley and Mr. and Mrs. Haney are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Daniel and little daughter in Ohio this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Barnard and Jimmy, their son, Mr. Mickey Barnard and Mrs. Barnard, Louis- ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Werncke and sons at Greenville, Indiana Sun- day where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barnard and family of In- dianapolis, Indiana. All enjoyed a picnic lunch. Miss Lummie Taylor, president of the Beaver Dam Woman's Club, Mrs. Whiting, Indiana visited re- Hubert Hillard All that are interested her birthday Monday. Also Mr. Chester Moore of Conrad Young and Mrs. ll latives here Thursday. in having a Rosinebaseball attending from Rosinewere Ohio visited his parents, Hamilton Render attended i *** team this year, please meet Mr. and Mrs. Milton Beatty M r. and Mrs. Frank Moore. the 74th Annual Convention Mrs. Juanita Harris Celebrates Birthday at the basehan park here, and son. *** *** of Kentucky Federation of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Women's Clubs at Brown )ent e time ,eek Everett Park, to help with Bryant, Mrs. Pearl Bryant, Hotel, at Louisville. ith  md Mr bert On Sunday, April 27, a the mowing and leveling of Danny Curtis has re- arri birthday dinner was given the diamond. Be sure and turned to his home here and Rev. and Mrs. Charles *** at the home of Mr. and be there. We need someone after spending severaldays Bryant visited Billy Bryant Harrells Announce Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Hubert Hillard in with a tractor and blade for at the Ohio County Hospital Sunday at Fort Knox. Billy Birth Of Daughter Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of Mur-' freesboro, Tennessee, a girl, April 24th. She weigh- ed 7 pounds and will be called Carrie Ann. Grand- where he was very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crowder and baby of Louisville called on Mr. and Mrs. Blondel Davis and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Len Allen recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Wright of Goodlettsville, Tennessee and Mr. and Mrs. James Schroader and family of Owensboro wis- ited their father, Mr. Van G $2. Du TWO LOCATIONS-"MAIN BANK: HAIN STREET, BRANCH BANK ITS MOTTO: SAFETY-SERVICE A STRON6 CONSERVATIVE BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BAld [ NONE WILL SERVE YOU BETTER FEW AS WELL III II O. House, St., and Mrs. House. They also visited their brother, Mr. Van O. House, Jr., and Mrs. House and family over the week- end. Taylor's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harrell, Sr. of Mur- freesboro, Mrs. Amanda Sheffield, Hartford, and Mr. Jess Sheffield of Flor- ida. Mrs. Amanda Sheffield is visiting her daughter. Department Store Beaver Dam, Kentucky honor of Mr. Hillard's birthday which is on April 30. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hillard, Ivan and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hillard, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Hillard, Bonta Culbertson, Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hillard and Timmy of Hammond, Indiana. Mr. Hillard received several nice gifts, cards and well wishes. Wilson and children of Horse Branch and Mrs. Gilbert Martin and Linda Lou were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hil- lard and family. *** Mrs. Ione 'Frailhas been a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ralph and granddaughter. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Embry, Jr., Laura, Bar- bara and Chuckle of Beaver Dam. spent some time this week with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parritt. working on the diamond. Grave side services were held Saturday afternoon here for Jessica Robin, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Beatty, who was born Friday at the Ohio County Hospital. Mrs. Clarence Wilson and daughters, Miss Shir- ley Wilson and Mrs. Joe Zigler, all of Louisville, visited Mrs. Wilson's sis- is in the Army there. The friends and members of the Oak Grove Churchof God had a supper Friday night at the parsonage. Sev- eral attended and had a good fellowship with one another. i Dresses " $4.98'$15.98