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THE OHIO COUNTY Your Pk re Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 25, 1967 t2 VOCATIONAL EDUCA- record this year with TION nearly $10 million infed- Vocational - technicaleral, state andlocalmon- school construction in ey set aside for this put- Kentucky will set a highpose, the State Education Department says. Fordsville Road Large shady lot, 3 bedroom, largeltving room, basement, drive-in garage in basement. " > : ,i i i//~ i// :%>>/ !~)iii /i=i i~ L/~~ ~>_ . North Broadway 3 bedroom, 1, bedroom with built-ins, large living room, no money down, small payments, immediate possession. i:%:!11!i _ )~, North Main 3 bedroom, nice shade, glassed in porch, new furnace, can assume low interest loan. North Broadway Corner lot, 3 bedrooms, living room, dining area combined, pay owner equity and assume payments of $42.00 per month, immediate possession. ! ii/i i i!// ii i i Highway 62 35 acre farm, all in pasture, 7 room house, plenty of shade, several out buildings, small down payments, owner will carry balance. BEAVER DAM PHONE 274-3361 or 274-3340 John Woodburn John M. Woodburn, 78, Beaver Dam died at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, at the Ohio County llos- pital, Hartford, following a brief illness. Born August 3, 1888, at Rockport, he was the son of the late tienry and Rosa Campbell Wood- burn. Prior to moving to Bea- ver Dam in 1964, Wood- burn had been a resident of Greenville tle was a retired miner and a mem- ber of the Beaver Dam Methodist Church. Fte is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mamie Beck of the Maxwell commun- ity; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; o ne great-great-grand- child. Funeral services were held at Walton's Creek Baptist Church in Cen- tertown at 2:30 p.m. Fri- day, May 19, withthe Rev. James O'Dell of the Ma- ChO Methodist Church of- ficlating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Betty Sanders Mrs. Betty Jean San- ders, 32, of El Paso, Iexas, died Wednesday, tlOSPITAL EQUIPMENT May 17. available, wheel chairs, She was a native of walkers or crutches. Ohio County and a mere- Other sick-room sup- ber of the Church of piles. Spinks' Pharm- Christ. acy. 298-3463. Hart- Survivors include her ford, Ky. tin husband, Sgt. Alvi San- ders; her parents, Mr. TELEVISION SERVICE- and Mrs. Shelby Crowe We make house calls. FOR SALE FOR EXTERIOR or In- LOTS for sale, Call 298-WANTED TO BUY: OLD terior painting, con- 3764, or see Ray Fos- COINS, BUY OR SELl, tact Troy Willis, Bea- ter. 5-4-c(m) ...SEE J C cASE_* ver Dam, after 5:00 BIER, CAS'EBIER'5 call 274-4588.5 (18) 4w RESTAURANT. tin FREE Gulf spring and summer "Safety Car C h e c k" inspection. Where your car gets FOR SA LE Cabin on Green River, fur- nished. Low down pay- ment, easy terms. Call or write C. L. South- ard or C.T. Young, Phone 274-3244. tin All persons with bills Woodburn of BeaverDam; of Beaver Dam; four sis- Taylor Radior and TV the best of care and a twin brother, Ben ters, Mrs. ttayward Baize Service. Beaver Dam, service. Hartford Gulf, on tsh(e estate of Irl Hen" W oodburn of ttartford,and of Cromwell, Mrs. Shir- Ky. Phone 274-4575.tfn 298-9193, Main and FOR SALE 90 ft. slot der on mustpresentthelllli several nieces and nelS- Icy Clouse of St. Joseph, -.-----------.----- Walnut. tin car track equipment BEFORE July lsttoEmt'ii hews. Kentucky, Mrs. Margar- "THE DIFFERENCE Is In and stock. See Ray lou Ratcliff, Box 53, BeJ' i ! et Crowe of Louisville andThe Service" at Mar- AGRICULTURAL lime Plummer or Ronnie vet Dam. ?: Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cecil Chinn Funeral ttome chapel with the Rev. ()wens Hoskinson, pastor of the Beaver Dam Met- hodist Church officiating. Burial was in the Sunny- side Cemetery, Beaver Dam. Cecil Chinn Funeral Home in McHenry was in charge of the arrange- ments. Albert Akin Albert F. Akin, 92, died at the McLean County Hospital Wednesday af- ternoon, May 17, after a long Illness. He was a former re- sident of Centertown and had lived in the Maxwell community, Daviess County, for many years. Survivors are one dau- ghter, Mrs. L. C. Smith, 1 Hariford, Kentucky Phone 298-3315 'MON THRU FRI Opens 6:45 Starts 7:00 SAT AND SUN Opens 1:45 Starts 2:00 FRI-SAT MAY 26-27 CO-FEATURE 114041011 A I, Mi nttlal SUN-MON MAY 28-29 TUES-WED MAY 30-31 "Funeral In Berlin" Starring MICHAEL CAINE Mrs. Buelah Brayof Bea- ver Dam; four brothers, Ray Crowe of Owensboro, Jerry Crowe of Texas, Kirby Crowe and J. L. Crowe, both of Beaver Dam. Services were held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the William L. Danks Funeral Home with Lloyd Splvey, minister of the [lartford Church of Christ, officia- ting. Burial was in the Leach Cemetery. Samuel Rafferty Samuel Alexander Raf- tin Tlchenor Agency. 228 Main Street, Hart- ford, Ky. Homeowners, farm, bonds, trip ins- urance, hail, automo- bile. Phone298-3413. tin children and 19 great- grar)dchlldren; one bro- ther, Henry Guy Rafferty of Evansville. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church with the Rev. Gary Jones, pastor of the church officiating, assls- ted by the Rev. WllUam ferty, 81, of Route 1, Holladay, pastor of the Cromwell, died Wednes- Centertown Baptist day, May 17, at the OhioChurch. Burial was in the County Hospital follow- ing a lengthy Illness. He was born In Ohio County and was a mere- charge of the arrange- her of the Mount Zion merits. Baptist Church. Survivors include tWO Everett Truman daughters, Mrs. R e b a Dukes of Bloomington, I1- Everett H. Truman, 74, llnols, and Mrs. Floron died at 2:25 p.m. Friday Iler of Leroy, Illinois; at the Ohio County Hos- two sons, Elbert Rafter- pltal. ty of Route 1, Cromwell Surviving are one dau- and Guy Rafferty of Route ghter; two sons; two sis- 3, Beaver Dam; 13grand- ters, Mrs. Carllne Mose of Sharpsburg, Maryland hauling and spreading Prentice Snyder, 274- 4149 4-6-2m GA LA'S FLORIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY PHONE 298-3149 FOR SALE: Petunias, all colors; and tomato lants. Call Ann's ower Shop, 298-3723. Dam was in charge of the arrangements. Mt. Zion Cemetery. The William L. Danks George Matthews Funeral Home was in George "Dee" Matt= hews, 81, died at 7:10 a.m. Sunday at the Owens- boro - Davless County Hospital. Mr. Matthews was a member of the Karns Grove Baptist Church and the Joseph H. Branham Lodge No. 436 F&AM. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Llllls Matt- ira. wNt mulli... Imm GET5 INTO YOUR BLO00 --IIOIW OALIIOUH -" U ~l. rain H|. m lllliil SUN-MON- TUES MAY 28-29-30 8|1h6 ALONG !~ COL~TR~ gTYLg~W ! th/ DANCEs, WED MAY 31 THIlR COURAGE BLA|TR A WAR WlO| OPENI TRU! STORk OF' N|Nt NERORR! JgRK fDOedq~ IDOUOUB ANTHONY MANNS 114al OF'IIZLOAmAJ P W e e d m a n, Beaver Dam. 5-11-c(3) TOMATO and Sweet Po- tato Plants for sale, at 712 Griffin Street, Call 298-3505, 5-II-c(3) i i COTTAGE on Green Riv- er, short drive on good roads, has R.E.A. Pow- er. Call C.L. South- ard or C. 7['. Young. 5-18-c(4) FOR SALE Registered Angus Bulls. The best in imported and domes- tic breeding. Senior herd sire, Ankonlan 142, son of Ballot of Belladrum. Charles L. Price, M.D. Phone 298- 3157. cow GROCEI Y STORE and Filling Station for rent in Fordsvllle. Neat counters, c o o 1 e r s, scales and register al- ong with filling station equipment. C o n t a c t Mrs. Grtfflth, Hwy 54 and Fredertca St., Fordsville, Ky. 5-25-c $,, Bids Bids will be taken undi! May 31, 1967 for the In;':: mediate purchase and 1" stallatlon of two air con" dltloning units to replace older units rated at five tons each. ttospttal reserves right I to reject any or all bld l submitted. Details may be obtained from office of admlntst" rator Ohio County HoS nltal. Hartford, Ky. en by a heart attack, He was a son of tl l late John W. Coppage a,d Delia Elizabeth Ballard. Fie was born August 31, 1901. Coppage was a member of the Hartford BaptiSt Church and a member of the Hartford Masonic Lodge. lie was also s member of the Lizzie Ford Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Lie was a past minis ter of the Masons and worthy patron of OES. Coppage is survived bY his wife, Cliffie PatiO" Coppage; a daughter, and Mrs. Kathryn Cooper hews; two sons, Leo and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nina Schroader of of Paducah. Preston Matthews, bothofMrs. Eugene Horn of Beaver Dam; and three Funeral services were Phllpot; three grandsons; Route I, Owenshoro and grandchildren. held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday three great-grandsons; 1Mr. and Mrs. Orville Final arrangements had at the Phillips Funeral step daughter, Mrs. Faught of Owensboro; not been made for the Home conducted by the Christine Basham of great-grandparents, Mr. funeral services. Rev. Roy Douglas, with Fordsvllle; one step son, and Mrs. Charles N. burial in the Fordsville Hershel Burton of Fords-Baird of Hartford and Cemetery. vllle; five step great- Mrs. John RaymanofOw- FIRST'STATE grandchildren; one bro- ensboro. Kentucky is the first Wilbur Vance ther, L. F. Matthews of Graveside services state to establish a child Brentwood, California. were held at 3:30 p.m. welfare department as a, Wilbur Vance, 78, of Services were held at Monday conducted by the independent agency. Route I, Hartford, died 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Rev. Charles E. Parks. Sunday in a Hopklnsville Phillips Funeral Home GLASGOW- IS HUB hospital following a leng- with the Rev. Charles Mrs. Elsie Pasfield Rich in Kentucky hiS" thy illness. Payton officiating. Burial tory, Glasgow is the hub He was born in Ohio was in Pleasant Grove of the ll-county Central County. Cemetery. Masons were Mrs. Elsie lark Pas- Kentucky Cave Area. Tlae He is survived by one in charge of graveside field, 66, of Chicago, II- city is the northern gate son, Osvil Lee Vance of services, linols, formerly of Ow- way to Barren River Re: Hammond, Indiana; one Pallbearers were Arch ensboro, died Sunday af- servoir State Park and grandchild; two sisters, Leathern, Morgan Rog- ternoon, the southern gateway to Mrs. Ethel Thomasson of ers, Carl and Harvey She Is survived by her Mammoth Cave NatiomU Route 3, Hartford, and Phllpot, Malcolm Suth- husband, Ernest Pasfleld;ParK Mrs. Ruth Ralph of Hart- erland and Walker Hay- a son, Clarence Clark of ford; two brothers, Ce- nes. Owensboro; 20grandchll- phas Vance of Louisville dren; four great-grand- FIIGERAI and Raymond Vance of Judy Horn children; one brother, John Decker of Rockport. FREEZER Route 1, Hartford. Funeral services were Judy Gatl Horn, infant held at 10 a.m. Wednes- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. day at the William L. Frankle Lee Horn of Danks Funeral Home, Route 1, Owensboro died conducted by theRev.Ar- Sunday afternoon at Our nett Williams. Bu lalwas Lady of Mercy Hospital. in Bethel Cemetery. Surviving besides the The William L. Desks parents are one sister, Funeral Home in Beaver Sarah Jane, at home; James Coppage James Robinson Cop- page, 66, died unexpect- edly at his Beaver Dam home Tuesday at 1:30. Coppage, a resident of Ohio County, was strick- ELECTRIC IIANG[ I ,HIO COUNTY LOCKEIli our Frozen Food CentO EAVER DAM Z74-329 J Translation for Paleface: Don't waste time with old.fashioned way sending message. BEST way to SELL used equipment, find HELP,SELL Phone 298-7100 RATES: Minimum Charge $.50, 5 per wora, first insertion 4 per word, repeat insertion. Please insert the following ........ tlm s In the OHIO COUNTY TIME& ........oo..oo.,.........m...o,.o.-.,...*'.- P.O. Box 226 OHIO COUNTY TIMES, Hartlord. Kemtucky