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o.,o c TIMES Your Pkllm bwIm HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 11, 1972 14 The Family Tree By Mrs. Agnes D. Ashby of Centertown Phone 232:4397 I Clark Cemetery Clark Cemetery is located four miles south of Fordsville, Ky., in Ohio County, and on a farm owned in 1967 by Alfons Brunnell. John Spencer, a soldier in Company A, 17th Ky. Vol. Inf., USA. (Civil War) Martha E. Spencer (11-2-1859 - 12-23-1936). Wife of John SpenceP John A. Clark, a soldier in Company A, 12th Ky. Vol. Cavalry, USA. (Civil War) Elizia Fraize, wife of Frank Fraize. Mary Ann Fraize, wife of Frank Fraize. Frank Fraize (12-3-1866 - 2-28-1935. (He lies between the two above named wives) Nathan Hibbs and his wife (her name is not given on the marker) Crow baby (The name of the baby is not shown on the marker) Maggie Mills, wife of H. Mills ( 1-7-1855 - 1-29-1916). A grave next to this is likely that of H. Mills but this grave is not marked. There are at least fifteen additional graves here. Some of them have sandstone markers but no names are legible. R osine Personals Congregati Rosine on Attends Revival Service At Bells Run A large crowd of the sons from Germany visited congregation of the Rosine his grandmother, Mrs. Mac Baptist Church went to Bells Leach and other relatives Run Church on Sunday here. Laurie will be night to attend the last of the stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. revival services with Rev. ---- .lackie Ferguson who delivered the message and Freddie Leach left the Melody Trio, Nell Monday for New York Ferguson, Lillie Beatty and where he has employment. Wendell Allen who sang .... l here. ttobart Wallace who was ..... operated on at the Ohio Mrs. Sally Malburg is County Hospital recently visiting her brother, Mr. was able to return to his and Mrs. Ernest Stiles of home last Friday. Bowling Green this week. ---- .... Mr. and Mrs. James T. Taylor and children of Walley Ruby and wife I,ouisville are spending from Fort Riley, Kansas some days with their arrived last Friday to spend parents, Mrs. Beryl and Mr. a leave with his mother, Decker and Mrs. Rosetta Mrs. Golda Ruby. Willie and Mr. Darrell Dukes. will be stationed back at Fort Riley on special Mr. and Mrs. James assignment. Cottrell and son of Louisville Mrs. Donnie Crowder spent the weekend with her a student at Eastern University spent the weekend with parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuykendall and Beckie. Mrs. Mae Johnson of I,ouisville spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Golda Ruby. Miss Kathy Royal spent Sunday with relatives in Louisville. Brownie ([tonert) Kessinger was awakened at 4:(X) Cch)ck Sunday mor- ning by a visitor Mr. Ash- ford for a short visit. To report Rosine news contact Mr. Boyce Taylor, 274-3756. Corn Variety Test Plot University of Kentucky College of Agriculture personnel were in the May 5 cooperating with the local Extension Service in planting a UK Test Plot. Sixty-four corn varieties were planted on the Walter Ray bell farm north of Hartford. Local farmers will be able to view these Corn Field Day in September. parents. Mr. and Mrs. ,-o,0.- -- On a high hill about a mile west of Olaton, Ohio County returned to her home here Boyce Taylor and family, i i i  Kentucky, and on property owned in 1967 by Alvey Oller, following a lengthy stay .... Olaton, Ky., is a small cemetery, with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Mr. Hubert Kessinger of Only one grave is marked but there is found evidence of (;earv of Hartford. Mrs. several other graves. ('rowder had recently un- l,ouisville spent the  , weekend with his brother, The grave that is marked is that of Massa Hoover, who dergone surgery at Ohio tlobart Kessinger. ;UNOAI served in Company "B", Seventeenth Kentucky Volunteer County Hospital. i ' Infantry, USA, in the Civil War. (omitted aast week) IAY 1 There is no information given on the marker that would Mr. Len Allen who resides indicate the date of Hoover's birth or death, at the Ohio County Rest Mrs. Verdie Swift, age 66, tlome, Beaver Dam, spent passed away Wednesday PEGIAL Saturday visiting friends morning at the Ohio County 9 and relatives at Rosine. theHspitalRosineand WaScemeterybUried onin Fordsville FHA ers Nancy Swift was Friday. Our sympathies go i operated on at the Owen- to this family. d Sprig M ting sboro-Daviess .County . Cash and Carry Atten n ee ttospital last Tuesday night. The late Loney B. +. Crowder received a write-up I Congratulations to in the April edition of the The theme brought out The Fordsville FHA Rnndail and Marl. They Illinois Central Railroad Magazine. Loney was a CARPET MILL during the spring meeting of Chapter had a record were remarried last former employee and was lhe Future tlomemakers of number in attendence. They weekend. quite a rail fan" I R :MNAN (ll ! America was Caring- were represented by 36 I Sharing. The meeting was chapter members, 2chapter Mr. and Mrs. Junior :,ld May , 6th at advisors, and 1 chapter Riley and children of Wendell Allen, Lillie reckenridge County High parent. :haul, ttarned, Kentucky. Future Homemakers of I,ouisville spent the Beatty and Nell Ferguson FiIA chapters in the America is a national weekend visiting Riley will sing Sunday night at the lizabethtown District organizatiml oF boys .,and p.a.ets. + ...... +++  ..... Bells Run Baptist Church" I /:.::[ ! :!:: t, " :scrihcd activities they girls studying home (! carried out this year to economics in the United Hobart Wallace was  , ?ornate the national Slates. Puerto Rico, and the L.B. Crowder and wife of operated on in the Ohio oiects to dare is to care Virgin Islands. The overall Whiting, Indiana arrived County Hospital on the 28th. (i "stable home stable goal of FHA members if to Monday for a visit with Mrs. He is showing improvement I I i  e." help individuals improve Donnie Crowder. now. The F)rdsville FHA personal, family, and ,r as +n charge of community living. tting the theme for the Mr. ' and Mrs. Stanley Mrs. Gary Wade who is "ing district meeting. Allen and Wendell visited the daughter of Mrs. Beryl a Blan. Sheila Fled- Fordsville NHS Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Allen Decker underwent a major  l)onna Greathouse, and sons of Gilstrap on operation attheOwensboro- ! held lreckenridge County High School. ltarned, Kentucky. Flizabethtown described activities they Fund carried out this year to promote projects to dare is to care and life." t'hapler was in charge of presenting the theme for the '72 spring district meeting. Ih'enda den. I)ehra Staples, Pamela Sunday. Daviess County Hospital laughn. Crabtree, presented a t)rogram which stressed the importance of the theme for the meeting "Sharing- ('aring". .Ioyce Ambrose, Joyce Roach. Sharon Robinson, (;all White. Darlene Russell, and April Acey told the group attending what their chapter had done to promote lhe national projects. The chapter had two girls running as candidates for dislrict officers. They were lh'cnda Blan and Shelia Ih, dden. Brenda was selected to serve as E-town dislrict secretary and Sheila was elected district reporter. and Cindy Plans Trip The National Honor Society of Fordsville School held its monthly meeting April 27th in the library. The annual trip was discussed Ihe club decided to leave the state of Kentucky and journey to Nashville, Tennessee. May 27 was the dale set and arrangements for transportation, sights to be seen, time for arrival, elc. are being made by the president, Donna Cum- mings. Everyone is looking forward to having an en- joyable trip so look out Nashville. here we come? WITH MOTHER IN MIND Gift Certificate Coupon YOU SAVE 532 to 552 because These Rugs Would Sell 59995 to 5,120 O0 If They Were Not Rennants Reduced for Clearance =5 00 OFF with the purchase of +20 or more. Sale Runs Until May 13th Dresses and Suits Dresses, Pant Suits, Suits Sizes 10.20 AGNES' DRESS SHOP 914 East Fourth St., Owensboro .... last Monday. i i Mrs. Lena Baize of .... McHenry visited her Mr. and Mrs. Goffery daughter, Mrs. Billy Allen of Louisville spent the --FIRST COME... l,ogsdon and husband last weekend with her parents, A week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie FIRST SERVED! Kuykendall. 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