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? TIlVIES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 12 , 2003, PAGE 5-B *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries OOO0 Howard R. Sand- announce the and upcoming mar- their daughter, Sarah Derek Jon Hetherington, and Mike Thyne of Illinois and Jim and bIetherington of Forrest, Douglas Cheek Richards of and formerly of Ohio County. The bride elect is a 1999 graduate of" Apollo High School and is attending Western Ken- tucky University, majoring in secondary education with an em- phasis in social studies and gov- ernment. She is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. Derek is a 1995 graduate of Prairie Central High School. He attends Illinois University and will be attending Western Ken- / like-new brand clothes, shoes, purses, men, ladies, children and household items. .6 LOW PRICES (I BLDCK FPd)M DANT S FUNERAL HOME) 501 W. 3rd. St. Beaver Dam, KY 42320 )iil Darnel JoRc)an yee've i ,o a y m$ "HAPPY 15TH BIRTHDAY" JUNEI4 1202 N. Main KY~ 274-4488 E cE ALL Ow D sz6NS Designs * Custom Monument S klles * Gifts De$isners: Sillie Maddox. Owner Leisut'e WAft ........... tucky University this fall. He is currently serving in the United States Army with the 160th Special Operations Avia- tion Regiment, and holds the rank of Sergeant. The wedding will take place at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, July 26, at First Baptist Church, Owensboro, with a reception immediately following at the Owensboro Country Club. READTHE ) Don't be Sad? Don't be Blue! We wouldn't forget Little Miss 32??? pp irrhda? PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO & PORTRAITDESIGN SPECIALIST 1307 N. Main St. Beaver Dam In the Bluegrass Center Remm ev p ou or 270.274-0074 By Erma McKinley 274.4396 Everyone appreciates the nice sunny days we have had the past week, but the weather forecast calls for more rainy days ahead. We do hope for warmex tempera- tures, so everything will grow. Farmers havebeen scurrying to plant their crops, cut and bale their hay, and set tobacco, be- tween showers. They have made some headway in the past week or two. Some enjoyed cookouts during last weekend. Adron and Alice Kiper had all the family in for an outdoor cookout Sunday, in honor of all family birthdays. They de- cided to do this in June because several have birthdays in June, and it is normally a good time for outdoor activities. Larry and Debra Allen had a cookout Sunday, inviting their son, Larry, Jr. and children, Jeanna and Bubba. Wayne and Annette Jones had their reunion of their 20th wed- ding anniversary, at their home in Richland, Indiana, last Satur- day afternoon. They cooked up a feast of good foods and were happy for those who did attend. They would love to have had more to come out, but it is hard to find a convenient time for everyone. Our sympathy is extended to the family of Gilber Wallace of Rockport. He died last week of a sudden,, massive heart attack, according to his wife, Margaret. They had been attending church services together, just a few days prior. Remember in your prayers this week Patsy (Frizzell) Brown, wife of Mike Brown of the Concord community, also daughter of Jean Frizzell. Patsy is scheduled to have brain surgery on Friday, June 13. Several from Oak Grove Church of God membership will be attending the annual Camp Meeting on the campground in Lexington this week. It will be- gin on Monday night and con- tinue to Saturday. People from all over the state, as well as other states, meet for a yearly camp meeting. Many good friends look forward to seeing each other, this one time a year. They attend three services a day, but have plenty time to fellowship. Some go out to eat or shop to- gether. They rent motels around town, some folks rent the dorm rooms on the campground. Bro. Steve Leach and family, Alice Dean Bryant and some of her family, Charles and Ruth Ann Bryant, also others from churches across Ohio County, will be attending. Eva Bryant reports that she had the following visitors last Saturday: her cousin, Delsie (Phelps) Stewart of Michigan came and spent a few hours with her. They had such a good time, talking over good times they had together while living in the High View Community, many years ago. Delsie is 85 and Eva 84. Robert Phelps and Shirley, Don Richmond and Altiabelle Evans also visited. w Erma McKinley was happy to get a phone call last Friday night, from a former classmate of Cromwell School, June (Willoughby) of Owensboro. They attended school together, but have not had occasion to meet often since that time. June said she enjoyed reading Erma's community newsletter each week. Erma had another phone call from Bessie (Cobb) Bratcher of Rockport. She reads the commu- nity news as well. She said she read where Emma Blacklock had been sick. She has known her for many years, knows Emma's brothers, Fred and Ralph Otterson. She had visited Ralph in an Owensboro nursing home last week. Bessie knew several members of the Oak Grove Church of God, where her husband, Oakley Bratcher, she and their children attended services back in the 1950's. She was thrilled when Erma was able to furnish her the address of their old church friend, Billie Moore, who now lives in Port Charlotte, Florida. She intends to write to her. Howard and Erma visited Pat Embry, in Brooklyn, Kentucky Monday. Vivian was away at a friend's. Pat has had some bro- ken ribs, but is healing some now. Howard and Lonnie Hawes went to near Scottsville, Ken- tucky to an Amish settlement Tuesday, where Howard got two heavy duty leather belts made. They enjoy going there and tour- ing the settlement. It is very in- teresting to see the way they operate, using horses instead of electricity. They raise large gar- dens, do a lot of home canning. The women and girls wear long dresses and bonnets, men and boys wear blue shirts and overalls and straw hats. You will see whole families involved in farm work. Howard celebrated his 62nd birthday last week by going to eat out at Ryan's, in Bowling Green, visiting his Uncle Earl Young and RonnJe, also went by Cherry Chapel Cemetery, where his grandparents are buried. They also stopped by Mr. and Mrs. Meletus White's to give a donation on the cemetery, and visited awhile with them. Raymond Bratcher, of the U.S. Navy, the ship USS Con- stellation, which has been on duty in the Persian Gulf, is ex- pected to return to visit his par- ents, Glen and Lynnette Bratcher and his brother, Billy, Errm Flener was glad to have company last Tuesday, Janice (Flener) Himes, her son Terry Flener and his wife, Sue Ellen. Mark Flener, of Chicago was with them. (Terry and Mark are sons of the late Ramney Flener, who was a brother the late Boyce Flener, Erna's husband. Betty Flener of Owensboro, vis- ited Erna on Monday of this week. She had been to visit someone else and stopped by awhile. Yes, this is our such a dear. Barb doesn't look 50 but, YES SHE ISl! From Your Family New Liberty Baptist Church, Gilstrap, Kentucky, is having daily Vacation Bible School this week. Their new pastor, Bro. Mike Dunn, is scheduled to come June 15th. Bro. Larry Brown, the out-going pastor, will continue to live in his home in Gilstrap, and will work in Bowl- ing Green, and do some preach- ing around the area churches, as he is invited. Please report your news by Monday night, to be in our weekly newsletter. E-mail: Erma McKinley octo- or call 274- 4396. to invite you to O O for Games, Food, and generations to l