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J .. ", ] KENTUCKY, JUNE 12, 2003, PAGE 6-B *Wedding OOO0 *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries t O I would like to begin my col- umn this week with my birthday list, starting with two pretty, young ladies who are twins and live in the Olaton area, Molly Kaye and Holly Faye Lindsey. Others having birthdays this week are their father, Jeff Crabtree, Wayne Skipworth, Anna Ruth Cessna, Cindy Cleaveland, June Martin, Raymond, Tatum, Bill Quisenberry, Huston Austin, Amy Walsh, Tinsa Robinson, Midge Woolen, Doris Daugherty, Brittney Mattingly. Happy Birthday to all. Having an anniversary this coming week is Devona and Larry Abney. May you. have a special day with many more to come. Last Thursday evening, at 7:00, we had our Horse Branch Area meeting at the picnic table in the park. Our meetings will be held all summer at the park in Horse Branch at 7 p.m. the first and third of every month. We invite the public to come, es- pecially those having children and all who walk on the walk- ing trail. Our walking trail needs repairs on ov e spot. and that costs money. Come out and help us come up with ideas to raise this money. We have many events coming up this summer. We will have a trail ride June 21 and a softball tournament. June 12 will be a work day for cleaning up the park. The public is invited to join our trail rides with horse or wagon. Meet at the site of the Horse Branch Area Center June 21. Saddle-up will be at 9:30 a.m. and they will head out at 10 a.m. and arrive back by 3 p.m., where you are invited to have a hot meal. Charge for chil- dren 12 and under is $2.50 and for adults, $5. All proceeds go towardsimproving and re- pairing the center and park. The Horse Branch Area Cen- ter co-ed softball tournament will be June 21. Six guys and four girls one and one count with courtesy foul, hit your own balls (blue or green dot). There is an entry fee. For more information, please contact either Sam Sandefur at 274-4601, Kim Sandefur at 256-2652, Heather Sandefur Phelps at 274-4910, James Ford at 274-3765 or Willard Brown at 274-4415. The public is invited to come out and watch the games. Caboose Day will be August 23. The Christmas parade will be December 13. Come out and enjoy this park. Bring your lawn chair with you. Life Insurance + Annuities Family Security I would like to express my sin- cere sympathy to those who have lost loved ones this past week. :It is with deep regret that I write about the death of a young lady who I have known, Elizabeth Ann Matthews. Elizabeth was on her way home from working the second shift at Wal-Mart in Beaver Dam. We will never !know for sure, but we believe she iswerved to miss a deer and went offthe road. When she got back on the road and tried to correct thher steering, she went back off e road and hit a tree. She was wearing her seatbelt, but was killed immediately. Elisabeth was such a nice, [young lady and loved by so many. aShe leaves her parents, Tami and David Matthews, her brother, Andy, a sister, Dorothy atthews and her grandfather, "Everett. (Her grandmother passed away several years ago), Her aunt, Nell Barton, was our neighbor for many years and is a dear friend, as is her aunt, Stella Robinson and husband. Erma Lee Decker, this writer and Lucy and Gerald Moxley at- tended the funeral at Pleasant Grove Church in Pattyville. At- tending were over 100 co-work- ers and friends from where she worked, plus all her family and friends. The church was full to capacity with chairs all around and some still standing. It was such a sad day. passed away this past Monday. pass away recently who we have Services were at 2 p.m. with She leaves a husband, Glenknown. burial in the church cemetery. Wells and a son, John. Frieda She will be so missed, but she was at Miller-Schapmire Fu- Pleasant Grove Baptist has gone home now to a better neral Home and was buried inChurch welcomed its new pastor, place, where she will be safe and Sunnyside Cemetery in BeaverBro. Forrest Hearrin. His wife is God will take care of her. May Dam. Frieda and her husband,Tonio. They have two sons, Elijah God give this family this knowl- Glen, were loved by so many.and Jacob Hearrin. That is Lucy's edge and the strength to bear the She will be so sadly missed, but church and several of her family pain of losing her. she has gone to a place where are buried at Pleasant Grove ----- she will not suffer any more. Cemetery. We got to meet him Our sympathy is also ex- May God console this family in and talk with him. Lucy told him tended to the family of Emma only the way He knows so they I had been on a trip to Pine Moun- Voyles Adams of McHenry, who can bear the pain. tain. He took his training in that passed away. She leaves a large Sympathy is also extended toarea at Clear Creek Baptist Col- family. Her services were at the family of Conward Beck, of lege. His wife also took a course Miller-Schapmire with burial in Cromwell, who passed away atin pastor wife training there. Centertown Cemetery. To the Ohio County Hospital. He is sur- When we were at Pine Mountain, family ofPrudieAutry of Rosine, rived by his wife, Mildred and we passed the college every time who was at Danks Funeral Home three sons, John, George andwe went down the hill. Life is and was buried in Rosine Cem- William and a sister, Dorthastrange sometimes. etery. She leaves two sons and Safford: His burial was in He was is a very nice and four daughters, a sister and sev- Mount Zion Cemetery: He was friendly man and I wish him and eralgrandchildren. MayGodput a member of Mount Zion his family well. He did not preach His arms around this family and Church. May God console thisfor Elizabeth's funeral. Her uncle, console them. Prudie was 94 family and thank God for all the Sandy Matthews, a brother to her years old and loved by many. years He gave them and know grandfather, did. When some- Sympathy is also extended to he is in a better place, thing like that happens it is so the family of Frieda Wells, who There have been so many to sad and hard to accept. My sym- pathy is with all that family. Bobe and Staceywould like to tion will be held afterwards at invite you to join them as they Bobe and Stace 's home. are unitedin marriage. The cer- No invitations will be sent. emony will take place at Taylor All family and friends are in- Mine Baptist Church Saturday, vited. June 21, at 1:30 p.m. A recep- O O O Kendall Marie Mincer, of High School and is a sales asso- Owensboro, and Nicholas Daleelate at Foot Locker. Smith, ofOwensboro, formerlyof He is the son of Carl and Rockport, are engaged to be mar- Emma Smith of Rockport. He ried at 6 p.m. August 23, at the is a graduate of Ohio County home of the bride's parents.High School. He earned a de- She is the daughter of Gary gree in computer repair from and Vicky Mincer of Owensboro. Owensboro Technical College She is a graduate of Owensboro and is an instrumentation tech- nician at Kentucky Utilities. Roy Fielden, who will be 95 There will be an open house years old this year, formerly of June 14 for anyone who would Centertown and Hartford, will like to visit him at any time he be visiting Jim and Shirley Hurt is there. in Owensboro, at 1204 Hill Av- Call 926-6234 for any ques- enue, from June 14 until June tions. 20. Recent guest of Mrs. Agnes mas of Harrisburg, Illinois; Foster were her cousins, Esther David and wife, Trina Midldff, Coupal of Seattle, Washington, Virginia Remes, and Dana Faye and husband, Gary Tho- Smith, all of Norris City, Illinois. We have several who are sick and in the hospital. Erma Decker's sister, Wilma Bratcher, of Louisville, is in Jewish Hospi- tal in serious condition. We would like for you all to keep her in your prayers. Anna Lee Nabors, Willie Pearl Oiler, Ruby Payton, Marie Woolen and Midge Woolen, all of Olaton and Ruby Whitely, of Horse Branch, are all life-long residents of our community and are grand ladies who need our prayers. Willie Pearl has good days and bad days, especially with her knee. Visitors at her house re- cently were Frances and George Hurst, Gall Railey, Gloria Fitzpatrick, Linda Crume and her pastor, Bro. Vernon Veteto. It is Monday morning and the weather is so nice now, but they say we are scheduled for showers. We have had some nice days this past week. I received a welcome call yes- terday from a relative in Missis- sippi about our family reunion. We had a nice telephone visit. I will see them in July. Have a good week, stay healthy and remember to visit the sick. Family security begins with the immediate and lasting protection of life i ce, To help meet long-term financial goals, you need to "add" annuities with competitive interest rates. Let your Modem Woodmen representative recommend the right balance of annuities and life insurance for your needs. Call now. BRENDA CAMP, FIC 381 McCord Road Horse Branch, KY 42349 (270) 274-3823 HmEOn~t ~ mt.ce ~ Touching lives. Securing lutures;" ?i : i:: :- m Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Hall, counselor for years of Fordsville, would like to an- Mr. Cook is the nounce the upcoming marriage Mrs. Tab Cook of their daughter, Sonja tion. He is a 1995 Lynnae Hall, to Justin Keith Mclean County High Cook. is also employed by the Ms. Hallis a 1994 graduate United Methodist of Ohio County High School Children and Youth and a 1999 graduate of West- worked at the Mary ern Kentucky University. She Campus as a youth is currently pursuing her five years. Master's degree in Mental The wedding wilt be Health Counseling at Western p.m., June 28, Kentucky University. She is tist Church in Fordsville" employed by the Kentucky will be a reception United Methodist Homes for following the Children and Youth and has Wayland Alexander worked at the Mary Kendall School. All friends Campus as a case manager/ members are invited. HOURS: Saturday 8 a.m:- 12 noon __..GULAR HOURS: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Closed Wednesday Healthcare for Infants to Elderly Women's Health Diabeies Management Wound and Ostomy Care Susan Certified Famil, C u n Nur Accepting new patients Walk-/n patients uegr The Medical Center 112 McMurtry Ave. Hartford Portrait Studo ,J 16 olnllca t.~