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School- 1940-41 I $[raph of Oakland School was made in 1940-41. In the front row, left to right, are Betty Lou Knight, Nina Sue Benton, J. D. Green, tz, ..... Brown, Wendell Taylor, Neal Baggerly, Anna Francis Benton and Virginia Shultz. In the second row are ..... Davenport, on, Charles Shultz, Maxine Taylor, - .... Ferguson, Mildred Knight and ..... Ferguson. In the back row are Lois Knight, Evelyn Taylor, on, Paul Shultz, J. Taylor, Clarise Ferguson, Paul Benton and Pete Knight. Maurine Everley was the teacher. We Service What We Sell Dan Miller & Associates Insurance Den Miller r LZfe and Health Agency 0Wensboro, KV. 298-3909 Hertford, KV. Hockers Host Reunion Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hocker of Route 3, Beaver Dam, Sunday, June 18, for a pot luck dinner in the yard. A total of 65 persons from 2 months to 84 years of age enjoyed the afternoon of games, singing, and just visiting. Present were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hocker, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Arol Hocker and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck and Dale, Route 3, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Stewart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stewart and Brenda, Mrs. Neveleen Bratcher and Royce Vernon, Mrs. Christine Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Stewart and Jenny Lynn all of Horse Branch, Mrs. Vera Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Conley Allen and family all of Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. Orel Iler, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Williams and Christy all of Owen- sboro, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kingery and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Bratcher and children all of Louisville, Mr: and Mrs. Edward Allen and family, Vine Grove, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hines, Morehead, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hocker and Kimberly Nunn, Bowling Green, Larry Stewart and children, Sebree, Ky., Mrs. Proshia Walker, Victoria, Illinois and Elsie Hocker, Evansville, Indiana. s2850 Joy is discovering that Plymouth Satellite is priced lower than comparably-equipped Ford Torino and Chevy Chevelle 2-door hardtops. This comparison is based on manufacturers' suggested retail prices. W. S. TAYLOR & SONS, INC. I MAIN STREET BEAVER DAM, KENTUC Fish Fry At Gene King To Study At Music Center THE OHIO COUNTY T/MrES Your Piduro Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1972 A daburg Personals Selected to participate in the coming session of the Sewanee Summer Music Center is Eugene C. King, Jr., son of Mrs. Ruth King of 532 Parker Ave. in Hartford. The Sewanee Music The Adaburg Baptist Center's sixteenth season Church had its regular opens June 23 on the campus Father's Day service of the University of the Sunday. Those being South at Sewanee, Ten- honored were the oldest nessee on the Cumberland father, Mr. Buck Howard, Plateau. This highly rated the youngest father, Mr. Joe liberal arts college hosts the Moseley, and the father with music program each the most children present, summer. The Center offers Mr. Homer Huff. Happy specialized training in or- father's day to them and all chestra repertoire and fathers everywhere. chamber music ..... Eugene will study Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Far- trumpet with Patrick mer, Paulette, Vickie, McGuffey, one of the Sheila and Patricia Ann of twenty-five artist-faculty Hammond, Indiana have members in residence. Over moved to our community. 150 students come from all Welcome Mr. and Mrs. states of the Union and Farmer and girls. overseas. The Center presents public weekend concerts .... beginning June 25 The Adaburg Baptist throughout the month of Church is having their July. The Sunday afternoon Vacation Bible School this concerts are always or- week June 19-23 from 6:30 to chestra concerts. The 9:00 o'clock. Saturday afternoon and .... evening concerts feature Mr. and Mrs. Glover small ensembles and Greer attended the harness chamber music, races at Henderson Friday Eminent guest conductors night. coming to Sewanee include .... Richard Bales, music director of the National Mr. Randy Baughn has a Gallery of Art -in bad case of poison ivy. Washington, D.C.; Kenneth Randy hurry and get well. Moore, director of the .... Oberlin Wind Ensemble; Louis Lane, resident con- Miss Edwina Stallings ductor of the prestigious received word that her Cleveland Orchestra; and fiance, Mr. Scott Patterson Walter Deyle, artistic from Griffith, Indiana is director of Germany's realy sick. Heilbronn Symphony Deyle's American debut will .... take place at Sewanee. A Mr. Buck Howard has protege of Willem company from Hammond, Mengelberg, he has held Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil major conducting posts at Schroeder, Mrs. Schroeder The Hague, in Athens and in is Mr. Howard's daughter, Toyko. Georgia. Also visiting him Director of the well-known on Sunday was Mrs. Mattie Music Center is Martha Powers. They attended McCrory. Details are church at.Adaburg Smlday available on request, morning. McHenry Society News Adaburg Baptists Honor Fathers Those we know of having birthdays this month are Mr. Glenn Farmer, Mrs. Hazel Cross, Mrs. Flora Towery, Mrs. Jessie Helm, Miss Sue Farmer. Happy birthday to all, also Rev. Eugene Lay, Wayne Moseley, and Wesley Huff. Mrs. Jessie Helm, Mrs. Jean Hawkins were guests of their mother, Mrs. Clara Farmer and Jewell Saturday. Mrs. Lula Farmer and Audrey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Midkiff last week. Those calling on Otis Farmer last week were Mrs. Clara Farmer and Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shoemaker from Clay City, Ky., Mr. Sterling Patton, Mr. Buck Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Glarer Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cheek and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Farmer, Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Lay, Mrs. Jessie Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Huff, William and Lesa. Mr. Joe Johnson, Mr. William Jones, Mr. Bud Jones went fishing over the weekend and had a nice catch. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Huff, William and Lesa were out motorcycle riding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cheek and Stephen were in Owensboro Saturday on business. Seventy Guests Attend Bailey Reunion Sunday Burgess Home A get-together of the McHenry, she spent five relatives of Mr. Albert days reminiscing. A fish fry and homemade Bailey of McHenry was held ice-cream were enjoyed at at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A dinner was served to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bailey on Sunday, approximately 70 guests. Bill Burgess, Linda and June 11, 1972. She returned home after the Mark, of Centertown on The most honored guests celebration... _. Monday night, were his sister, Mamie Those present were Mr. Jewel Moonitz of Battle Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Watts and Mrs. Billy Vance of Ground, Washington, with Jr. and sons Charlie and Omaha, Nebraska; Mr. and her husband, Herman Davis, San Antonio,Texas, Mrs. M. H. Vance,Mr. and Moonitz and (daughter and Dr. "and Mrs. W. P. Watts Mrs. Ronnie Burgess and son-in-law) Tony and Wilma and son Brad and daughter, Amy all of Owensboro; and Ragan of Yakima, Mrs. David Omer and son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Worley Washington. After 22 years Bowling Green have been of Horse Branch. away from Kentucky and recent guests of their mother, Mrs. Mary Watts. ;''t't''t';"t;';';'*';'A Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hillard Sr. and Sbelia of IT'S SUMMERTIME !I ] Vacationing, boating,camping: or any outdoor activity i requires cash. We will be glad to help. LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY 216 N. Main Street Beaver Dam, Ky. Phone 274-3329 Georgetown, Ky. spent the weekend with relatives here. Mrs. Chester Thompson is spending a few days in Evansville, Indiana, visiting relatives. Mrs. Mary Wade, Violet Johnston, and Betty Hillard visited Mrs. Langley at the Ohio County Rest Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Napier and family visited relatives in Ohio last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parritt visited Mrs. Barb ....................... , .... . Wallace and Mrs. Juanita HEARING AID i Harris recently Hillard and Mr. and Mrs. ..... QA"'I=;'I'C ..... Billy Hillard were late Sunday afternoon guests of : Mr. S.A. Moseley. eoeooeeeeeo oeeeeeoeoo oooeee e : Hearing aid mere  .... i will be pleased to learn : Several visited at the : that we now carry a" home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- i complete line of hearing ward Rock on Father's Day : aid supplies. It is no! ..... langer necessary to: Lawrence Baize has obtain batteries and: returned home after an :cords from "hard to i reach" resources. Visit: :our hearing aid! ! department at your first : i opportunity. i We are happy to offer i : this service for thei ! convenience of hearing i : aid men. i Spinks' Pharmacy i : Hartford, Kentucky i : i Beaver Dam : : Drug Co.  Beaver Dam, extended visit with his children in Louisville and Indiana. Bonta Culbertson spent Saturday night with Nancy Peyton, Hartford. Our sympathy goes to the family of Wavy Givens who passed away last week. May God bless them in their sorrow. To report McHenry news contact Mrs. Hillard,