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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. MAY 11, 1972 OHIO COUNTY SOCIAL E I/ENT0000 Society News ard Residents Attend Service At West Point May 7 was set of members of Baptist Was a very attending. featured. members with those from ing were daughter tearman, Jr. and "4 Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Don Charts of Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lee Bishop of Owensboro. Mr. W. R. Carson Jr. of Tampa, Florida arrived in Ohio County last week for an extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. Tennyson Liles, Mr. Liles and Everett, Route 3, Hartford. FAT dght today. and eazy curb Eat less- ZO dangerous your co$ MONADEX King's - Hartford, rs. Lueille and Mrs. Evan .... ld Mrs. J.L. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram and Mrs. Wendell Chapman of and Mr. and tlammond, Indiana were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. l,uther Chapman, Route 3, Friday of Beaver Dam. They also 's. Bartlett visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ed Lee of tleflin of Beaver Dam. They Were Dr. were enroute to Florida. and )olis, Mrs. Orville Tichenor, Margaret Route 3, Hartford, who has Point, been confined to her home on Sunday the past two weeks, is much Mrs. improved. and Larry Evansville, Mrs. Blaine Moorman and Mrs. Edna Mae Patterson of Louisville were weekend guests of Mrs. era Griffin and Baker of Beaver Dam. Mrs. Griffin, who is a patient at Hagerman Rest Home, went home to be with her family for the weekend. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tichenor, Route 3. Hartford, were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Park, I Route 2, Hartford, Mrs. Betty Russell of Hartford Ci and Mrs. MiUie Hoover of Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Lindley Cliffie Bennett, Street, Hartford. Walker Mrs. Carl Goins and Mrs. Floyd Shepler of Hartford were in Louisville last Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Goins visited her daughter, Mrs. Hal McGahey and family, and Mrs. Shepler visited Mrs. Charles Meeks and family. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Addington of Whiting, In- diana were guests one day last week of Mr. Addington's grandmother, Mrs. Lois Phillips, Union Street, Hartford. They also visited Mr. Addington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conway Ad- dington of Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Petty of Render Street were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reynolds of Olaton. They were there to visit their grandchildren, Margie, James and Robbie Mattingly who make their home there. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bechtel of Owensboro and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hoover of Highland, Indiana were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Hoover and Mr. Ed Lee of Olaton. Mrs. Sam Mason, who has Miss Teresa Lynn Durham been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Rollie Durha Midkiff Wedding Rhoades and family of m - Planned For June lOth Tulsa, Oklahoma while recuperating from illness, wrote Mrs. James Ralph, saying she hopes to return home about May 16. All her friends will be glad to see her. Bennett Sr., Mr. Lindley .... Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lynn, to Stephen Jay University of Kentucky. I Bennett Jr. and children Sunday afternoon guests Durham of Rockport an- Midkfff, son of Mr. and The wedding is planned were guests Sunday of Mr, of Mr. and Mrs. Archie nounce the engagement of Mrs. Herman Midkiff of for June .10 at 7 p.m. Pond and Mrs. Joe Bennett and Felix, Union Street, were their daughter, Teresa Hartford. Run Baptist Church. I family of Pembroke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry Both are students at the 0 t 0 W  Kentucky. of Owensboro. I ........ rthday D brys Mrs. Opal Paris of Route To report Hartford per- • ° 1, Hartford was a guest sonals, contact Mrs. Jesse Bt mner Honors Em Sunday' afternoon of Mrs. Daniel, 298-3317. A birthday dinner was held May 7 in honor of Mr. VALUE ATTENTION MOTHERS and Mrs. Robert Embry at their home on Route I, : 8 X I0 Hartford. Living Color Mr. Embry's birthday was May 7 and Mrs. Em- bry's will be May 19. All of their children and grandchildren were present Portrait 0 97€ Plus 50c Film Charge Subjects $3.95 1.47 pe r Person No Appointment Necessary Full Selection of Poses No Age Limit All Work Guaranteed ONLY AT FAMILY CENTER SPINKS' SHOPPING CENTER MAY 16-17- 18 ALL MOTHERS FREE HOURS I P.M. TILL 8 P.M. for the occasion. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Nelson of Elizabethtown, Mr. and Mrs. John White Sr. and Susan of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Odrey Embry, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marx of Route 4, Utica, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Foreman and children Jayne Ann and Amy of Route 4, Utica, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Embry and children Brett and Sarah of Iron Mountain Estates, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Embry of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. John White Jr. of Hartford, Richard Embry of Route 4, Utica. Miss Sandra Eskridge of Beaver Dam. Everyone present had a wonderful time. Double Knit Fabric 2 95 3?.5 YD TO Nothing Higher Priced In Store Including 3 and 4 color designs with solids to match. Most goods 64" - 66" wide. Phone 685.5664 - 618 Dieterle St., Owensboro, Ky. Veatch Road Entrance To Lincoln Mall - Opposite Kentucky Rib Eye AMPLE HOURS: Mon.- Sat. 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. kNKAMBIIEMI| BANKAMERICARI) FREE Monday and Friday evening 'til 9 P.M. Cool Springs News Robinsons Return From Florida Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Robinson have returned home from an extended vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cox of Hartford were Sunday visitors of their son Chillton Cox and wife Anna Cox of Cool Springs. Mrs. Ram Mire, Mrs. George Wagner, and Mrs. Leslie Young of Louisville spent the past week at their home place, The Fox Brown home. Mrs. Irene Sullivan of Ennis, Ky., mother of Mr. Cecil Dortch has returned home from Baptist Hospital in Nashville where she had surgery and is doing very well. Mr. Kenneth Chinn is doing some painting at Lillian's Place in Beaver Dam. Guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dortch were Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Brown, little grand- daughter, Ashley and Jarred of Owensboro; Sheriff Lawrence Wester- field and his wife of Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. Buster Boyd of Beaver Dam, Mrs. Lillian Dortch of Crossville, Illinois, Brother Clarence Clark and family, .pastor of Cool Springs Baptist Church,and Mr. Louis Maddox of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. era Knight of Ohio County Rest Home is very ill at this writing. There will be a homecoming at Cool Springs Baptist Church May 21st. Come and meet your many friends. To report Cool Springs news contact Mrs. Pearl Kininmonth. Cromwell Personals Cromwell Residents Return From Hospital Mr. Willis Shephard, Mr. Orson Maples and Mr. Belve Bingham returned home from Ohio County Hospital last week. They are much improved. Mrs. Nana Rafferty came home Saturday after spending 10 days with her daughter, Mrs. Tommy Butler and Mr. Butler. Mrs. Lucille Wallace, Jeffersonville, Indiana is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mae Kittinger. Mrs. Vera Estes and children, Franklin, spent from Tuesday until Friday with her parents, Mr. aand Mrs. George Burden and other relatives. Mr, Clifton Maples of Tulsa, Oklahoma is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orson Maples. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark, Wooster, Ohio, are spending this week with their daughter, Mrs. Bill Daugherty, Mr, Daugherty and Eddie, and their son, Mr. Pat Clark and Mrs. Clark and granddaughter, Mrs. Donnie Wallace and Mr. Wallace. Mrs. Exa Pirtle and Kenneth were Friday nigh! and Saturday guests of her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell Brown and Mr. Brown, Owensboro. Mrs. Guy Matthew and children, Louisville were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Bertha Taylor and Glenda. Mr. and Mrs. Wilsie Spencer and Becky spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Cane and Mr, Cane of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hoxworth, Millersburg, Ohio are spending this week with their daughter, Mrs, Pat Clark and Mr. Clark. Dinner guests of Mr. anti Mrs. Boyce Flener were their grandson, Mr. Mike Flener and Mrs. Flener of Beaver Dam and their son, Mr. Bill Flener and Mrs. Flener. Recent guests of Rev. and Mrs. Romie Daugherty were their daughter, Mrs. Don Mathis and little Donnie of Princeton. Mrs. Mary Amos and Miss Eva Davis remain patients in the Ohio County Hospital. Mr. William Adams and son Charles of Wooster, p Personal o.00o, are spending their week with his mother, Mrs. Lillie Adams and other relatives. Lance Corporal Johnny .... i M, Givens and wife Pat Mrs. Audra Leach and returned home on leave daughter, Mrs. Estell i Thursday night, April 20 Barnard, Beaver Dam, from North Carolina. They were recent guests of Mr, spent the week with Mr. and and Mrs. Clarion Davis. Mrs. Dude Decker, Rock- - .... i port. and Mr. and Mrs. To report Cromwell news i Clarence Braye, Horse contact Mrs. Marion Cave. pencer, 274-3800. FURNITURE ANNOUNCES May 11 until May 31 ,nbelievabl__eepric___O_nn Merc_hhandise 211 'ain St'' Hattl°rd' K," FREE-PRIZES Prizes Given Away J What The Name Implies" (check list at store) May 31st O e ;•OIl )•O0•OOOeOOeOOOeql )ooql )•oeeooeoeeoeooe•oeeeeoo•oooeeeooeoeooeoeooeeeoooeeeeoooo•eq)oo••oo•••