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ur yers re Ill Marine Private Richard Wink of Utica is home on leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wink, Sr. of Utica. II liql Mr. and Mrs. Forest Car- raway and son Dale and Mrs. Tootsie Johnson and three children of Owenshoro went to Fort Knox Sunday to spend the day with their son and brother who is stationed there. Becky Wink of Sutherland, Kentucky was the weekend guest of Lois Wink of Rome. *ii Mrs. Margaret Moseley of ROAD WORKING CREW - 1907 If you think you have a hard time getting your road re- punchtn" whip. Oscar Crowder served as a cook In paired today, suppose you had to wait on a team of oxen to gang as they pulled a "shanty", which was a come through doing the job as in the case shown in this on a wagon. They made camp at night and would 1907 photograph, gone from home a week. They took necessary with them. The oxen, when not used in road This road working crew worked throughout the 7th Dlstrtct used to haul logs to the rail yard at Roslne for with Mr. Will Daugherty of Baizetown as the magistrate. They belonged to Jack and Buck Monroe of Standing by the eight oxen, a 4 yoketeam, is Jack Monroe. ere in the photograph are unknown. The Driving Is George Kuykendall, cracking his big "bull pears courtesy of Nathan Monroe of Bethesda, Mr. William Wethtngton of Three buddies of Tom Saw- man, Mike Sumner and Browns Valley returned to Browns Valley has returned yer enjoyed a night of camp- Wishie Edge appreciate their her home Saturday from the to his home after being a lag out in the wilderness on home in Browns Valley all Daviess County Hospital patient in Mercy Hospital a sloping mountainside Sat- the more. after being a patient there for about a week. urday night. They left for *** since Wednesday night. *** camping on foot, carrying Robert Ward, Jr. of *** Larry Wink of Rome was their bedding, flashlights, Browns Valley spent one Mrs. Trudy Carraway of a weekend guest of David swinging a lantern and week at Camp Ondessonk, Y i Utica and Mrs. Edith John- Wink of Sutherland. carrying food of course (as Illinois. *** ' son went to Mammoth Cave *** all boys like to eat). The II In , Wednesday along wlth thirty- Mr. Carl Payne, son of soft earth was their bed. Happy birthday to Kevln | two other members of the Mr. andMrs. HermanPayne, They survived the mos- Edge on July 2. . " " " We-Peoples.Club. Route 3, Owensboro, has re-qultoes, chiggers, gnats, and *** turned home to stay after all crawling and flying in- Mr. Billy Payne suffered Fri dlv And Courteous Service, Home Cooked Meals, karqe Ni a .MelhlserM of serving two.yearsinthe.U.S, sects, thanks to insect re- a broken arm while at work . . ro s ahey ano re. r avy, t ari, we re giao you pellent and Tufty, Wlshte last Sunday night. He is Dining Area For Banquets, Receptions, Etc. Drive-In Service Fred Cornell of Owensboro are home. Mr. Herman Edge's little doer who t-st in the Owensboro-Daviess visited Mrs. Alton Carnell Payne has returned to his to go alon;'and slJeep County Hospital. Billy, OffKi A.flN /d HMTI | p M of c rmi, Illinois, who is home after being in me at his master's feet. Aftereveryone really did hate to v.L,, w.v, ,, .................... a patient in St. Mary'sHosp- Owenalx).r.o-Daviess .County a. night of sleeping out like hear this about you getting ::::::7:::i:1::::7::::::: rtospital tor..,evera, says. tnat. it made Stev, Trout-.hurt, tOOOOOOOOl 'O ,14 OIIOeIIOIIOOIIIIOI ftllli;iiltlil~ilili"lliOOOOOOq : , '~ :L i CONDENSE: STATEMENt ,F CON[ ION n" THE i BI!AVER', 'IM I [P[ 1;IT : BIAVEI DAM, IUCIY t p . IMOTTO: St: ,E-SA I I ,,, 1 Cl.OSt OF BUSIH JUNE 2!.1I i, ;' i 'k Loans And I ',counts ......... $:, 11),214.08 :apit l i it',k__________. .__$100'1 1. ' Cash And gl ,From Banks ..... 1,04.9,155;38 Surpluz .................... 2.200,(I 1, U.S. And Ot Bonds .......... 3,581,253.24 LJndlv tl Profits ............ 280,1. B. ..... Main Office _1.00 Unpa[I ,~idends ...... 10,11 [ uanKing flou .sth Siil'e ........... " ...... " !ri~ Drive In ............. 1.00N Depo:" ................ 7 853,E II Fixtures ................. 1.00 -- ' " -TOTA[ " -ii8 ,ii ili 24 T.0TA li! .70 8,444,1i I.' t!i~ dk po tor insured to SlSDOO "I _ 0ffi ;ers I tmllloyees ..... ._..... ... I MIss Dorothy Casey Bookkeeper " ll!iz', P Illlnl/ Marshall Barnes President Mrs. Ellen Moorman Bookkeeper Board Of Dtrectot Malcolm L. Barnes Vice President Mrs. Audra Hoxworth Bookkeeper pnn/nula w c. Chick Exec. Vice President Mrs. Wanda Baize Bookkeeper Marshall Barnes [ Lalll Vergll R. Plummer Vice President & Cashier Mrs. Phyllis Baize Bookkeeper Dr. Malcolm L. Barnes Noah Phelps, Jr. Vice President Mrs. Geraldean Kelth Bookkeeper Charles T. Barnes !,:i!, U nmunmp,'- uii " lp- Mrs. Mary Park Vice President Miss Rlta Porter Bookkeeper Wallace C. Chick Mrs. Evelyn Harrison Teller Mrs. Dorothy McKee Secr l:r[ ,H tqt i 0~eo~o~oo~o~oooo~ooo~o~oo~oo~oo~oooeooo~q)~ooooooooooo~oooo~o~ooo~ooo~o~oooo~o~o~ooq)~ooo~ooo~o@oooooooo~o~ooooo~oo~ooo~ooooo~oooq)oooo~oooo~