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-.# *Weddings *Birthdays TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 12, 2003, PAGE 7-B *Births *Anniversaries OOO0 By Edie Coleman 232-5136 in your prayers, Elizabeth Gordon Carla Bell Haire, Howard, Norwood Jr. Faught, Amy Mae Overhults, Wiley John Cummins, Willie Vicki Osborne, Jr. Lori McEwen, Frances Bevil, little Darrin Reneer, Martha Glen Frame, Eugene Joe Reneer, Sarah the leaders of our and all of our men serving in the armed country. night June 21 Lee Ashby Post 296 its 53rd annual Horse Show be- p.m. Before the a gospel singing will Abby King has gener- a beautiful quilt hand-sewn and hand Raffle tickets are now and the quilt will be Horse support the be entertained as well. JUne 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 Centertown Baptist t an all-day Bible Children ages four grade are invited out and spend the day and learning about June 5, Laura a Bunkco Club party in Centerto, m. A Van Montgomery Sunday af- ternoon were Gaynell Allen of Hartford and Charlene Maddox of Centertown. The Montgom- ery Brothers entertained with music. Rick Burbridge was the guest speaker Sunday morning at the Centertown United Methodist church. Everyone enjoyed his message. Rita and Joyce Stewart had as their guest this past week, their five children and grand- children. Everyone was very excited to see the new addition of the Stewart family, little Julia Kate. The youngest mem- ber of the family and is the daughter of Lorie and Matt Stewart of Atlanta, Georgia. Rita's parents, Anna Ruth and Bud Cessna enjoyed their grandchildren's visits as well. Lorie and Matt also visited with her parents, Roger and Ann Carter of Hartford and little Julia's aunt, Kim. Visiting Chick and Shonie Coleman Saturday was their grandson, Ben Snarr, of Nash- ville. Visiting last week, was their niece and her husband, Kim and Freddie Burns, of Lanesville, Indiana. They vis- ited the cemetery of her father, Max Coleman, and visited at the home of her aunt and uncle, Paige and Dois Snodgrass. They were also able to visit with aunt Lockie, who was also t ere for a visit. held Congratulat im s to Shannon Ren- and Jarrod hy,:wl were attending were Julie Belva, who made a bassinet cake, Susie Maureen Stewart, Sharon Barrett Tribble. Everyone and Baby Ren- many wonderful Jim, Norwood and blessed May 14 with a son. Luke Mitchell was welcomed home by his big sisters, Jordan and Alyssa, his grandparents, Shotty and Sherry Curtis of Echols and Karen Bundy of Beaver Dam, and his great-grandparents, Raymond and Carolyn Kirk of Centertown, Inez Curtis of Echols, and Geneva Sheffield of O tsbomt M? Doyou qu oD. heart some easy tips to hdp in your life couact their pressure and heart-healthy: cea J and Ixeads. study show l Sat men chose whole-groin cereal like oatmeal, may and reduced their risk Look for in ere- such as "whole wheat" e#o to 6ma a week , heart health are 'acids likc albac0 than vegetables to sandwiches, , Pasta and other main dishes. soup or enchi- ' beans or black We've goucn sup - cvc - three otmccs -- is abo !of a deck of g cards. il'lem disease is a leading Wm tOO. /4 m mm,/ .boat wka my V America'S a modax to do? Your like most children in may be wooed by the taste and convenience of fast food, and when he's not at home, u re'smuch you can do about his food But don't deSl h'. Thece are things you can do to encourage healthier eating at Make healthy food available. Keep 1% milk, cut-up veggics, fresh fruit and cheese in the fridge as well as whole-grain cereals and breads in the cupboard. auSet a good exampk. Continue to prepare healthy meals for the entire family -- that means lean meats, low-fat dairy products and lots of Hartford. An Open House for Roy Fielden will be held Saturday, June 14, at the home of his nephew, Jim and Shirley Sue Hurt, at 1204 Hill Avenue on the comer of Mayfair in Owensboro. Roy will be visiting through the 20th. All of his friends and fam- ily are welcome to come and visit him at Jim and Sue's. To get in touch, just call them at 270-926-6234. Visiting Jin Norwood and Van Montgomery 'Saturday night were Buddy and Martheta Patterson; Charles Ray and Shawnette Ba ett, Blake Ren- der, Mark and Melanie Sheffield, Nick and Shirley Render and Marjorie Condit of Centertown, Guynn and Msdeline Cagle of Beaver Dam,, . tll and Melanie Barrett and# : asey Jones of Greenville, Ke,nny and Sissy Segers and Rev. Conard and Linda Barnes ofRockport, Jackie Clothier and O[anice Knapp of Hutchinson, Kansas and Katie Maley of South Huthinson, Kan- sas. Everyone enjoyed the music of Buddy, Charles Ray, Guynn, Blake, Paul, Kenny and the Montgomery Brothers. The guests also enjoyed a bountiful dinner, which everyone enjoyed. Repair Affair was held Satur- day. Many volunteers were in Centertown working on several projects at different locations. These volunteers worked very hard volunteering their time to help others. West Poip Baptist church als0 had a team and did a great job volunteering. The church has enjoyed this mission project for several years now. Little Rozlyn Jordan cele- brated her birthday Friday night with a pool party at the Family Wellness Center. Attending were, grandmothers,Arlene Fulkerson, Carolyn Kirk; and JoCarolyn Patton, Aunt Julie Chinn, cous- ins and many little friends. The party was ho . by Rozlyn's par- ents, Jeff Patton. w--- Congratulations to Maranda and Grant Miles, who were mar- ried May 24 Gatlinburg, Ten- ...... " nessee. Marap'.da is formerly of Centertown is the daughter of Barbara and:Dennis Wortham ofUtica. : /:.,; Attending wedding from Centertown her aunt and uncle, Mark a (t Lois Wortham and daughtd ' Sherry and Alyssa, and friends, Beth and Robbie Farris. veryone enjoyed the beautiful wbdding and recep- tion. When your output is more than your income, your upkeep may be your downfall. IIIII at Rice Drugs. Ka e t larry aDorle :es Marjorie Condit, of Centertown, celebrated her birthday May 21 at her home. Pictured left to right: Norwood, Van and Jim Montgomery and Marjorie Condit. Also helping her celebrate was Keith and Linda Whitten of Centertown. Marjorie is wished many more birthdays. O By Frances Harvey 274-5552 and Selena Gilstrap 274-9062 This coming Friday, June 13, due to the Bluegrass Night at the Rosine Spring Festival, the doors at the Rosine Barn will not open until 10 p.m. with music begin- ning shortly thereafter. Bands scheduled to perform at the fes- tival in Rosine Community Park inchldeffunnel Hill, Blue sin': nd Earl Combs Friends. (Admission is free. Festival is sponsored by Rosine Community Park Board.) Belated birthday greetings and best wishes go to former Rosine resident, Edward L. McDaniel, Olaton, who cele- brated his birthday June 2. Belated birthday greetings and best wishes also go to Loretta Allen, who celebrated her day Wednesday, June 4. Her daughter, Connie Jean (Mrs. Robert) Payton, of Flint Sp , visited on her birthday and took Loretta out to dinner to cel- ebrate. This month's meeting of the Rosine Association (TRA) will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 24, at the Rosine Barn. Darlene Filback and Rita Nabours attended graduation exercises at Lone Oak High School, Paducah, last Friday night, June 6. Darlene's grand- son, Mark Robert (Robbie) Bennett, was one of the gradu- ates. Darlene and Rita visited with Robbie, his brother, Seth, and their parents, Joe and Terri Taylor, before returning home late Saturday afternoon, June 7. w On Sunday night, June I, Loretta Allen visited her son and daughter-in-law, Ronnie and Dean Allen at Pleasant Ridge announce the following couples have silver, crystal and other giftware f its ami vcgmblcs. & Antho@ S. Lewis m Focus m thy "fast fcod." Once again, h at S where fresh frffRs and Jui -003 veggies, low-fat yogurt mid pudding Melissa~eagher CUPS. low-fat pretzels and baked & Mac nport snacks come in handy. iEncota, agc activity. Set up a basket- June 2003 ball hoop or have him take the dog x..u -aoway for ,w 2003 Wmt more ideas? w .BerO, Ooc Quel m? I HEI and attended revival services with them at Utica United Meth- odist Church. This past week- end, visitors of Loretta included Ronnie and Dean and Robert and Connie Jean Payton of Flint Springs. June 12, with gospel music from 7 until 10p.m. On Friday night, there will be bluegrass music, 6 until 10 p.m. Saturday activi- ties begin with a country-style breakfast served from 8 until 10 a.m. Craft booths and souvenir stands will be open all day. At noon, there will be a short ser- vice in commemoration of Rosine's 130th anniversary. Washer and horse shoe pitches begin at 1 p.m. Children's games begin at 3 p.m. with the 11th Annual Rosine Tarrapin Race. Evening's activi- ties continue with a cake walk and square dance with music by Nelson Creek Ramblers and performances by Durl Johnson and the Dancers. Free admis- sion to the park for all activities. No alcoholic beverages are per- mitted in the park. Family fun and entertainment, sponsored by Rosine Community Park Board of Directors. Banners in recognition of Rosine's 130th anniversary to be placed at the Rosine Barn and the Rosine Community Park were provided by Royal Crown Bottling Company, Inc., Beaver Dam. non) Aubrey and son, Cody, Spottsville, visited Shannon's grandmother, Edith Woosley, Sunday, June 7, and attended morning worship services at Rosine United Methodist Church. Pies and cakes are needed for a pie auction during Bluegrass Music night Friday and the cakewalks early Saturday evening before the square dance at the Spring Festival. People who can donate pies and/or cakes are requested to have pies at the Community Park by 6 p.m. Fri- day and cakes at the park by 6 p.m. Saturday. All donations will be much appreciated. This week's news was written by Frances Harvey (270-274- 5552) and Selena Gilstrap (270- 274-9062). People with news for next week are requested to please call Frances or Selena. & Edge O Katie HeruLqcks & Ryan Childers 2003 Bobby and Kelly Martin cel- ebrated their fifth wedding an- niversary June 3. They spent their anniversary in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, where they were married June 3, 1998. They had their picture made in the chapel READ THE And stav Informodl where they were married and ate supper at the Cracker Bar- rel in Pigeon For % just like they do every year Kelly is attendin Brescia University, where sh( c, arning her Bachelor of Sch nc degree in business. She has beefi named to the Brescia Dean's List, received an award from the National Dean's List and was nominated for the All-Americarl Scholar Award for her academic achievements.