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T HEywOHIOpktm nmwCOUNTY T/MES HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1972 16 Timmy Kimmel, 8, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Kimmel of Moorsville, Indiana. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kimmel, Mr Staples and the late Mr. Staples. Marriage Licenses James E. Geary, 20, Beaver Dam, service to Brenda Kay Smith, 18, Owensboro. Howard Sander Plank, 35, sales engineer, Atlanta, Georgia to Verna M. Bates, 42, Maceo, Ky. Thomas C. McQuary Guthrie Michael Nance, Graduates West Point Hartford, salesman to Kathy Gall Ambs, 17, Beaver Dam. Calvin Ray Sailing, 18, Lt. Thomas C. McQuary, At the Academy he was a Beaver Dam, miner to son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas member of the Cadet Pep Deborah K. Pharris, 18, McQuary of Brandenburg Band, Portestant Chapel Beaver Dam. (formerlyofHartford),was Choir, Ski Club and the graduated from the United Scuba Club. States Military Academy, Ronnie Linn Sailing, 20, and received his Cam- Among those' attending Beaver Dam, miner to Mary mission 7 June 1972. Lt. the graduation in addition to Jean Pharris, 16, Beaver McQuary, a 1968 graduate of his parents, were Judge and Dam. the Meade County High Mrs. W. L. McQuary of Roger Dale Sims, 19, School where he was the Brandenburg; Mrs. M. R. Hartford, road construction, President of the French Daniel, Pleasant Ridge; to Brenda Himes, 21, Club, received his ap- Mrs. Edward Weisenberger Hartford. pointment to the Academy of Denver, Colorado (for- Roger Kiplin Hurt, 20, from the Hen. Thruston B. merly of Hartford) and Mr. Hartford, Coated Metallic to Morton, then United States and Mrs. A. F. G/lain of Brenda Jean Daugherty, 17, Senator. Reading, Pennsylvania. Beaver Dam. Brian Scott Dowell, 6 months, is the son of Ronnie and Caroleen Dowell. He is the grandson of Catherine and the late Voka Dowell and Lionell and Auona Bell. Russell Kenneth Redman son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redman and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shown, Carlton, Michigan, but formerly of Ohio County. Little Russell is the great- grandson of Virginia Minton, Beaver Dam, Route 2, and Ira Minton of Wyandette, Michigan. He is also the grandson of Mrs. Joy Redman of Michigan. Postmasters Elect Cook President No Creek Personals Mrs. R/chards Hosts No Creek Homemakers Mr. Jim Bell spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. Rolls Bell, a patient at V.A. Hospital in Louisville. Others accompanying him were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell of Morgantown, Mrs. Dena Atherton of Owen- sboro and Mr. Hilton Atherton of Buck Creek. Mr. Bell is slowly improving after surgery. Mrs. Alta Buchanan of Lexington spent three days last week with her sister, Mrs. Chester Tichenor and Mr. Tichenor. Mr. Hubert Ashby of Owensboro was dinner guest Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Likens No Creek Homemakers Club met with Mrs. Rolls R/chards on June 9th. Mrs. Russell Wallace of Buford Club gave the lesson on cake decorating. Eleven mem- bers and seven visitors were present. Mrs. Richards had a most lovely flower arrangement for the table. Queens lace, greenery, blue candle and blue tip ribbon folds. A bountiful pot luck dinner was served at noon. The following relatives were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett DeLaney: Mrs. Barkley Evans of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Delaney and Mrs. Leers Lutz and daughter Imogene all of Bardstown; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tichenor of Beaver Dam, Mrs. Francis Canary and four granddaughters of Hartford and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Delaney and two daughters. Miss Cathy Clause of Versailles and cousin Jess Buckner of St. Louis, Me. are on an extended visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beck. announce the arrival of a son, Jerry Douglass. Rev. Dennis Wells will leave Thursday to attend the Methodist conference at St. Paul's Methodist Church in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodruff and son Kenny spent several days last week with Mrs. Woodruff's mother, Mrs. Carl Gamble of Bellview, Illinois. Methodists Honor Retiring Minister Members and friends of the Fordsville United Methodist Church gathered at the home of Mrs. Ida Keith Quisenberry on June 17 at 6 p.m. to honor Rev. L. I. Chandler who is retiring. Those present numbered approximately 35. The message was ..............................................................................  ............. JBeaver Dam Postmaster dlivred by Rew BbWngon Kermit W. Cook and Mrs. Oak Grove Personals conventionC°°k attended a three-stateof the National UnitedJ°hns°n'MethodistPast°rchurch°f theat League of Postmasters in Mrs. Avery Blacklock, Mrs. Larry Blacklock visited Mrs. Moore Wed- nesday afternoon and they also called on Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt and Londa Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stephens n and Wendell Jr. of Louisville visited Mrs. Stephens' parents this weekend, Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt and Joe and little Londa Kay. Mr. Harvey Cannon of Morgantown called on his sister this week, Mrs. Irene Nevitt. Mrs. Frank Moore and her granddaughter Carol called on Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt and Londa this week. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wilson and Debbie and girlfriend of Louisville were Saturday night guests of Mrs. Sylvia Wilson. week with her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt and Lands Kay Nevitt of Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Sylvia Wilson stayed a week at her daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Pirtle. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stephens and Wendell Jr. of Louisville called on Mrs. Sylvia Wilson Saturday morning. Mrs. MitChell over the weekend. Mrs. Yettie Daugherty has been a patient at Bowling Green Hospital for a week. She went to the home Saturday evening of her daughter, Mrs. Good- man of Bowling Green. She is doing very well. Mrs. Peggy Schroader and boys Larry and Gary Mrs. Charlie Smith called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Sunday. Mrs. Wilson had Mr. and Mrs. Miller Pirtle and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Burgess as guests. Easton. The singers featured were the Easton Quartet. Refreshments were served after the service and a good time was had by all who attended. Among the guests present were Rev. and Mrs. Hobart Miller. Rev. Miller is pastor Of Bbling Chapel United Methodist Church and will also be retiring soon. Kentucky, and Indiana. was elected president of the Kentucky National League masters. elected auxiliary Kentucky branch to the National League of Postmasters. visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip' Daugherty and boys Monday evening. Reunion will be held Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Robert day, Adams called on Mr. and Monday as stated in last Mrs. Chester Drake Monday week's paper ..... night. Cincinnati. o o  ,=D, q=, , ,D .,  ...,D.,..qD. D... The three-state con- !, SHOP HERE FOR FASHIONS I vention consisted of Ohio, = entucl y, and Indiaz i. AtthemeetingMr. Cook, . L, I vas elected president ),the ! DRESSES COATS £ , :entucky chapter of the asters.lati°nal LeagUeMrs. Cooke' Post- lwas SPORTSWEAR i lected president of the t94 t_ uxiliary Kentucky branch I . '! , .IL'  | O the National League of l 14½ 32½ and 16- 52 0 'ostmasters. O ..................... " ............. / " "!!=:: !J" O Park r..,,, I Nice's Stout Shop R eunion July 9 0 w.,.,, .n,,,k,', ,,,,. S,y.,* sro,,, Shop I  l  I The annual Park Family  I008 East Fourth St. .l|J : m wi e held , ,n- I O:nZ:,:_....JI J July 9 instead of ..., ..... YOUR BOOT HEADQUARTERS Sunday dinnerguests of I----==7--I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake were Mrs. Drake's brother, Mr. Clellon Renfrow and  CA friclor } PIONEER SHOE SERVICE ' '" "'" ' iSAL0000,,00 ,0, w,s, ,,,s, BtLL NtM£S 0 DOWNTOWN BEAVER DAM Mrs. Renfrow. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Darrel Arnold and family i visited Mrs. Arnold's father, Mr. Wayne Richardson O APPLtANC£ 0 Sunday. ; -- I Mr. andMrs.NealBurden l We Servtce Our Own 0 and son visited Mr. andMrs, t HIGHWAY 231 ! Chester Drake Sunday O ups-xofo O evening. CI'yTiVATING" NE/ '.ii:i ff/e Are Pleased To 'iii:: Announce That  "ii!!il Ask June, Bobby, Claude Or Buddy To Show You Their Fine Selection Of Rugged Shirley Young Mr. and Mrs. James Horn and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Arnett Allen and they also visited Mr. and Has Returned To Work At Gola's Beauty Shop Soots And Work Shoes. Extra Wide Sizes FORDSVILLE, KY. PHONE 276.5352 Are Available. OPEN Mort. at 9:00- Tues.-Sat. at 8:00 CLOSED THURSDAYS Debra Shown Has Birthday Miss Debra Shown was honored with a birthday cookout Sunday, June 18 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claudis Shown, Route 2, Hartford. Those helping Debra celebrate her 9th birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. Shown and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shown, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foreman, Less and David, Mrs. Bill Parker, Sr., and Miss Sandra Ward. Rev. and Mrs. Joe M. Alexander, Joe and Terry had as a guest this past weekend Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes who is from Durham, England. She had been studying in Eaton, Missouri, and is now at Camp Loucon for the summer. She spoke at Liberty United. Methodist Church on Sunday night. Mrs. Irene Nevitt and Lends and Sandy Nevitt of Shephardsville called on Mrs. Irene Nevitt, Mrs. Easter Daugherty Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Daugherty also called on Mrs. Sylvia Wilson. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stephens, Wendell Jr. of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nevitt and family of Shephard- sville, Mr. Ion Nevitt of Owensboro, Charlie of Louisville; R.B. Reece and grandson. . ° b . Sandy Nevitt of he, phardsvHle• stayed a Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Oslin of Louisville spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harper. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Sandefur and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop spent last Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Westerfield and Mr. Allison of Philpot. To report No Creek news contact Mrs. Earl Bishop, 298-7389. New NEWS This is a cover usually Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Likens of Route 3, Hartford wish to announce the arrival of their first child, a son. Jerrod Douglas Likens was born at ll:01 p.m., June 7 at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds and 12 ounces and was 21 inches long. Mrs. Likens was the former Sharron Tiehenor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tichenor of Route 3, Hartford. Paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Likens of Beaver Dam. June 14 - A daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gene Taylor, Beaver Dam. June 15 - A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee Moore, McHenry. hal Generally, condition, redness However, in some of cases. A consulted in cases. Regular hand available will usually milder cases hands. with the and your be looking Good rubber available at In fact, we of lotions, cosmetics. one stop all your needs. When bring youx here for Kin We E. BROWN 111 Center Sireet p.O. 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