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un News Westerfield s Tom Adkisson last Week) :ty Westerfield Adkisson on 20th in tty is the and Mrs. aSter field. went to visit their father, Mr. who is a hospital at Cotton is return to the 'less County to SUrgery there Leasant Ridge .Gt members roast at farm in ,n Saturday went on a Pause and Ln God really that we ) praying He'll that was And as we seems SOrrow is sof OUtlook is we when 'Prayer is the the heart rt opens the 3rues in and we felt we is so easy Lord un- gives us new touch of His ;Ympathy is of the in his here last comfort s. Jimmy visited Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cambron, Hartford, are the proud parents of a son, born Wednesday, April 19th, at the Ohio County Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds, three and one half ounces and shall answer to the name of Jason Michael. Mrs. Cambron is the former Donna Paxton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Paxton of Beaver Dam. The paternal grandparents are Mrs. Betty Cambron, Bells Run, and the late Mr. James Cambron. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ambrose, Bells Run. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cambron, of Pleasant Ridge. The Bells Run Baptist Church W.M.U. met at the church for their regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday evening, April lath. They had an interesting program. Mr. A. L. King fell from a ladder at his farm home here Saturday and injured his arm. He is a patient in the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital at the time of this writing and is ex- pected to return to his home the first of this week. He is improved. Other patients known in the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital at this time include Mr. Paul C. Jackson, Kenneth Sharp who had major surgery last week, Mrs. Mae Belcher, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton, A. L. King, and Mr. Tommy Adkisson who is in the In- tensive Care unit suffering from an apparent heart attack. We wish all these a speedy recovery and hope they are all back to their homes soon. To report Bells Run news contact Mrs. Rosie Sharp. SAt. Chester Bratcher Bratcher Promoted obile Schedule ay 15 8:45- (Hayti a.m.; Home, Cromwell Hall), noon . 12:10'- Iartin's 12:50- SPrings, 16 B:15-8:4 5 Road), 11:15-11:40 a.m.; Madison Street, 11:50-12:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 17 Dundee School, 9:00-10:45 a.m.; Dundee Store, 10:30- 10:50 a.m.; Mattingly's, l1:00-11:30 a.m. ; Fordsville Library, 12:30-4:15 p.m. Thursday, May 18 Central Park School, 8:45- 10:15 a.m. ; James Grocery, 10:20-10:45 a.m.; Western School, 11:00-12:15 p.m.: Chester L. Bratcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bratcher of Cromwell, has been promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant at Vitburg Air Base, Germany. SAt. Bratcher, with the U.S Air Force in Europe, is a 1968 graduate of Ohio County High School. Dr. Oscar Allen To Address HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 11, 1972 13 Local Historical Society Family Reunion (Goshen 2:15 p.m. Dr. Oscar Allen will ad- dress the Ohio County Historical Society at their monthly meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at Myers Restaurant, Hart- ford. Dr. Allen, 90, remains one of the oldest doctors in the state of Kentucky actively practicing medicine at his office in Beaver Dam. Born April 5, 1882, Dr. Allen has been described as a physician "who has never said no when called". He has given 67 years of altruistic service to his fellow man. The story of Dr. Allen, told countless times throughout Kentucky, is that of a young physician of horse and buggy days returning home with a medical degree, opening an office, and becoming a faithful prac- titioner and a solid civic- minded citizen. After graduating salutatorian of his 1905 graduating class at the University of Louisville School of Medicine. young Dr. Allen began the practice of medicine in Ohio County when there were no paved roads. Methods of reaching patients included walking, horseback, buggy or wagon, skiff, or railroad. Dr. Allen used these modes of tran- sportation more than once in making calls. A member of numerous medical organizations, Dr. Allen was among the first to advocate a county hospital and one of the most in- fluential in obtaining it. Over the years he has kept abreast of the changing times and the advances of his profession by attending post graduate courses. Dr. Oscar Allen This meeting of the Ohio County Historical Society will be a dinner meeting held in the dining room of Myers Restaurant. Persons who plan to attend the dinner are asked to come at 6:30 p.m. Those wishing to attend the meeting only and hear Dr. Allen speak are urged to be there by 7 p.m. Old Salem Personals (omitted last week) To report Old Salem news contact Mrs. Etta Mae Whitely. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Goodwine had as visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eather Boyd of Horse Branch Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Waier Whitely's home {hruugh the week were Mr. Walter Bullock, Mr and Mrs. Louis Daniel of Horse Branch, and Mr. Billy Whitely of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitely had as visitors over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Daugherty and sons Roger and Greg of OCHS Student Awarded 00rKU Scholarship Kathy McClure from Ohio County High School is 'among Kentucky high chool seniors who are ,recipients of Regents Scholarships from Western Kentucky University for the 1972-73 academic year. The scholarships were awarded to students from Kentucky high schools on the basis of scores on the ACT exam, grade point average in high school, rank in class, and the recom- mendation of their high school faculty, says Bradford Mutchler, director of University-School Relations at Western. eeeoeeoeeeooeeOO ' 2 . 8:55-Re,ds (Rockport), 12: 5- U. i bury 12:40 p.m.; Dairy Dip NOW Yo 2:i.'4 /Roekport),12:45-1:15p.m.; iCn Find0000 i Echols Post Office, 1:20- 10:45- l40 p.m.' Robinson's, 1:45- : A Way To : " Shrink : i Hemorrhoids i ! AND PROMPTLY i !STOP ITCHING: iRELIEVE PAIN IN : MOST CASES : Science has found a.: ! medication with the: !ability, in most cases -: :to stop burning itch,: : relieve pain and actually i shrink hemorrhoids. : : In case after case" : doctors proved, while i i gently relieving pain and : : itching, actual reduction i !(shrinkage) took plaoa.." : The answer is: i Normeta -- there is no: : other formula like it for i : hemorrhoids. Normets: i also soothes inflamed, i irritated tissues and: i helps prevent further : : infection. In ointment i ! or suppository form, i i Spinks' Pharmacy i ! Hartford, Kentucky : Beaver Dam : : Drug Co. : i Beaver Dam, Kentucky i oooooolooO oooeeoaoee' o.'I ls A Travel Agency To Ohio County Residents l'heir Charge To Y ou ? Nothing ltow Is This Possible? They Are Paid By The Airlines And Steamship Lines They Represent. VP, LU MART COUPON BOUNTY TOWELS 2 roll pack Without Coupon 2/69 Offer Expires May 13, 1972 VALU.MART COUPON L SERVICE LINCOLN MALL g UWensboro. Phone 684-0416 Pages Under Travel Bureaus" Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Onell Frames and children from Margin, Indiana, Rev. and Mrs. Earnest Whitely and children, and Mr. Curtis Brigham of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton had as visitors through the week Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniel of Horse Branch. Saturday visotors at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely's home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton of Olaton, and Mrs. Ethel Daniel of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daniel had as visitors through the week Mr. Noble Stewart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payton of Olaton, Mrs. Joyce Bullock and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ford of Horse Branch. The Big Parade Someday you'll join the big parade and pass the judge's stand but he will look into your heart and not into your hands. The Judge Supreme will not be swayed by color, race or creed, but only by your record in his book of golden deeds. Mr. and Mrs. Eather Boyd has as visitors through the week Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Boyd of Horse Branch. Please don't dump any of your garbage on Old Salem Road sides as the ones who live on this road are trying to keep everything clean. Held At Cromwell A family reunion was held at the Cromwell Community Center Sunday, May 7, for Bruce Morris and Leara Gilstrap Vittitoe. Everyone had a very nice day even though it rained. A group from Louisville played music and sang gospel songs. Those present from out of town included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gatliff and son Jimmy, Mr. Dale l)augherty, Joe and Pat I)augherty and children, Joey and Chris, Lee and Ernie Welborn, Alvia and Leara Gilstrap Vittitoe, Fred and Sue Schmitt and son Ricky, Claude and Anita Welborn and children, Cindy and Lisa, Woodie and Bualah Moore and children, Woodie Jr. and Karen, Jim and Vonell Akridge and children, Allen, Gene and Donna, Mrs. Rpby Basham and son William, Freddie and Barbara Burton and stationed in Germany. Larry and Ada Morris; of Owensboro. Local people attending included Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Morris and son Gary, Mrs. Bertha Morris and daughter Margie, Mr:-.:. Sheila Raley and children, Angle and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Jones and son Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Willis and children, Steve, Terry, Sherry and Mike, Mr. Dennis Stewart, all of Beaver Dam; Mrs. Lula Belle Morris and children, Donald, Phillip, Waymon, Theresa and Betsy, Mendell and Emma Johnson and boys, Ricky, Danny and Joe, Mrs. aria Gilstrap, Vernie and Lillian Gilstrap and boys, Gerald, Glendon, Eddie and Rodney, all of Cromwell; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Perry and Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson and daughter, all of McHenry. girls, Lisa and Rhonda, all -e-e-e-m#iV##ge-is#si- of Louisville; Greg and  = e Theresa Read of Cape Girardeau, Missouri; and Mrs. Jannie Morris, wife of - * Sp. Bruce Morris Jr. who is ,U Tourist Attraction E . C. Sanderfur 00Farm Bureau Ins.00 n hi00to.:a, mu00o00m SLU'e- Bh.e Ohio County could be a great tourist attraction and, at the E Ftre- Auto same time, preserve some P Phone 298-7354 ,4 of the county's colorful past. r0000uau00ou,tutuau00 BALLARD 8 oz BISCUITS ............... :_6/49 KELLY'S 15 oz SLOPPY JOES ...... ._..:..45 JIF PEANUT BUffER ................. 59' DIXIE BELLE CRACKERS .............. 25' BY THE PIECE BRAUNSCHWEIGER.00.00;.49' FIELD'S SAUSAGE ................ TEGRIN LOTION(SAVE 66') SHAMPOO ,.,,.z. 89' SCHICK SUPER CHROME D.E. (SAVE q") BLADES . -', 89' LADY BETTY PRUNE JU I C E ............................. .... 49' STOKELY GREEN BEANS ................... YELLOW EAR CORN ................................. 3/29 GREEN Ib CABBAGE ............................ :.10 CRISP LETTUCE ......................... 9 ' PRICES GOOD MAY 11, 12, 13, 1972 Thelma's Rockport - 274-3871 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES VALU-MART COUPON 1 lb. 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