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THE OHIO COUNTY Your Pkture Newspaper ff HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 3, 1968 12 By Mrs. C. R. Givens Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morris of Texas visited his father, D. M. Morris, and brother, Trelby Morris, this past week. Gayle and Diana Payne spent the week with their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Givens. $$$ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dan- iel and children visited his parents Saturday night. *I$ Swimming Party Mrs. Rena Waltz of 506 Sunset Drive, Beaver Dam, entertained with a swimming party June 29 in honor of her son, Pat's birthday. The fourteen children and adult guests were served sandwiches, bicycle-shaped cake, and ice cream. The young man received many lovely presents from his friends who attended. Mr. and Mrs. Roney Payne, Mrs. Gerald Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finely of Louis- ville attended the wedding of Miss Sophia Woodcox and Paul Crowe at Horse Branch Saturday evening. Mrs. Roy Embry also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Raines of Mayland, Ten- nessee spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Givens. Mr. Labney Embry visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Embry Sunday. (Formerly Vlnson' s) DEPARTMENT STORE Beaver Dam it* @ Sharp, Hard-Selling Mailing Pieces, Exquisitely Printed Weddin! Invitations And Social ,, Dedication Mr. and Mrs. Roy Embry, Mrs. Bertha Embry, and Ceremonies Mrs. Daisy Embry attended ......... " the funeral of Johnny Bra- News For Farm Bureau tcher Monday. He was the Stockyartl To be Held son-In-law of Bertha EmbryStati0nery...Whatever You Need, and brother-in-law of Roy RUITOFTHE rs. Nora Edge Dedication ceremonies for Embry. ,,, We Can Print It Expertly. :he new Ohio Valley- Ken- tucky Farm Bureau Stock- Mr. Earl Pati of Louisville The Whitesville Cub Scouts yard at Clinton, HickmanIs vislmg his brother, Cllf- fh... most had a pot luck lunch July l County0 will be field July 6 ford Patl, thi)s)week. Our modern, precision equipment and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. at the stockyard. Dit llagan. Games were en- The activities will beginat St. Mary's all day bar= highly trained staff can give you top joyed during the afternoon. 12 noon, Central Daylight becue will be held July 27 .., Rev. Howard Matthews and Time. All present and pro- at Whitesville. quality printing and planning service FRUITOFTUIN--Y-Lv 'LIo M Rev. Philip Field attended spective patrons, stockhold= *** for all your business needs. Free .-. E the event. *** ei:s, and persons interested Sgt. andMrs. Roger Flener in Improved livestock mar- of Louisville visited Mrs. .... A pound party was given keting in western Kentucky Huff's parents, Mr. andMrs, estimates on any printing job we do " at the home of Mr. and Mrs. are cordially invited to at- Marvin Huff of Olaton over for you. Compare our 10w, low Prices[ Stub Morris Friday night, tend. the weekend. A hayride was enjoyed by The new stockyard is lo- *** all, even though they did run out of gas about 2 miles cated on US 51 two milesMr. andMrs. JamesChtnn P O - ARAG-- south of Clinton. and daughter, Jan Elizabeth away. *** The dedication program of Bowling Green, were the will Include a barbecue din- weekend guests of her par- .., Lowell Howard of the U.S. ner, entertainment, andbriefents, Mr. and Mrs. James Armed Service, is visiting remarks by Louis Ison, pre-Duke. C E N T R A 1 .....C l T Y, K Y . UITOF TIlE friends and relatives of sident of Kentucky Farm Bu- q.m , Whitesville. He is the son of reau and its Marketing As- unnmn_ nn'_ Mr. andMrs. CelesttneHow- soclation, and by Warner ....... rwv,, v " " TNI 0HK) COUNIY ard. *** Clem, presldent ofOhioVai- n.., ...... Discuss Your Printm! Needs With " ,.---. TIMES ley Producers. RH ~iil ilI}lllll underwear oa,, o,,or .... : .... """ . __ .______________.__-------- __. Air Force, is visiting his expected to attend and makeA. ,. . ,I e~Wa grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brief talks, t;nange. HAnn_ . . . , Lushton Wathen, great- The stockyard was butltby ...... o ......... - .... .................. ' [ :as r grandfather, Mr. Ollie Ward, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Johnny and FredaMwrRn I [ and other relatives in -- - .......... - ..... Whitesville.*** Marketing Association. It Hartford have taken overthe I will be operate(l on a lease ~t m t nf Thnmn.nn'~a ' I~ ~'~ ~'" ~ / _ manaoe_en ......... ..... ..hit basis by Ohio Valley Pro Res ~ ... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edge " taurant located on U S ducers, which has operated a ' I" fltl] and children, Mr. and Mrs. . 231 as v, ,,u.y ~. .%; market at Clinton for several T n .... .... a !tt i v visited the Wymon Tucker year.., frOmr _ toThmpson'sM._rs R .......... Restau- IP'" I~: family Monda~ The stockyard facilities ant ve eRraurAnt ) include a modern 194 by 90 and will be onen 7 davR a ,oot huildln and a lagoon - p tJ )l Ill I, 1 77 Gerard ttoward underwent ~ week f.om ............... Inside the building, which "'F" -- -~-^ "--- Joseph s ttospital in Louis- reda will do t,,~ ,~=- was designed by University r h ville, lle is the son of Mr. . . tu ed ome cooking and run of KentucKy engineers, are u I ff the and Mrs. C. P. Howard of . the restaurant d_r_n ..... I ~i_'~l 45 ens, an officearea, Whitesvllle, Route 2. - p . . day with Johnny oneratln~ it ** scales ann watering tacil " "- - during tile evening. He also ?| fl'~',, (t ities Clifton Dwayne Wells, son " plans to continue his work I Built at a cost of approx- : -,r. . with the Martin Ttchenor I d,,.. F came home from the hospital _ _ ,_ Ins___n__ --o---~. yard was finances tnrougn O ..... )J/ [ Monday. .,, scar Thompson, f~,.~. Ql~it.)~( the sale of stock. It has the ..... ,_...,., .... ,,, Jeannie Lamb and Ruby potentialhead of hecate marKetannually,100,000ana healths andn will operate a ,/t11~." Richards and Donaldttoward . . sm 11 gu shop at another are home from the hospital also is equipped to market location D ....h I I and improvin~ cattle. . .... The Myers have four chll- ine stocg SOla to nnance .._ dren, Pare, 9, Susie 8, Th~x- :' construction of the stock- ^_-. . Ti:'r SHIRTS Sr. M. Matilda, of Loretto, yard ls expected to be retired sa, 5, and Buxxy, .~. ,)I~cI ~ii~r Kentucky, died during the ... i%, past week. t~dgar Connor in 15-0 years, at which time the mark~et will become Happy birthday, July 2, to died in Philadelphia on Wed- the propertyof stockyard Kevln Edge, who will be 7 nesday. Both were former Ib:nt. residents of WhJtesvtlle.patrons, years eta. fir. Francis (ttoward) vis- ~~~pl'~ GOING OUT OF BUGINES "" WEAR SHORTS ited relatives in Whitesville I { ltl last Sunday.*** i | it ,,, I llo,,S Bobby [3tckett of Louis- ............ ! vllle is visiting his grand- m'~l~ 'i ~!~,1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. John solid ColOrS or white W. Edge. ,***i Sizes 28-52 A daughter, Susan Ann, was }!} i KNIT BRIEFS born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob C S I UT COMPLETE LINE .oit ,.., OF GRADE "A" DISCOUNT SHOES "llive" with every movement for full.time comfort, Heat A son, Jude F.dward, to AT 1/2 resistant live-elastic waist Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blair, and leg bands. Sizes 28.44. a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Wedding, a daughter to 3 S Mr. and Mrs. l"on Carmon. "*" II It's the most modern pump around, because it's geared ? for We hope all G.E." work- ers will enjoy their vacation meet the requirements of all modern automobile engine)" 7t)C each and also everyone else who From it come five great gasolines, each with a different ..... is on vacation. ** octane rating, each created to fit different needs of ATHLETIC SHIRTS A cook-out dinnerwas held " different engines. Soft. springy, absorbent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cottOnmum comfortknit' CUtandfOrsmoothmaxi' Dennis Wheatly and children, At the Spurpump, you get all the power your car needs, fit. Pure white finish that Timmie, Frank, Ttna, Johna, stays fresh,looking washing and Dennie of Hawesville ADD ITI ONAL STOCK but you don't pay for power it can't use. after washing. Sizes 34.54. Sunday, June 23. Those pre- And when yqu're getting power without waste, you're sent were Mr. and Mrs. Pat HAS BEEN ~ S Edge and daughter Margie, driving a Spurmobile[ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wearer- ADDED ( for field and children, Jtmmie ^ quality-Controlled Product $9c each and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blair of Owensboro, ................ Bobby Bickett of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edge Ji ' and son Charles of Whites- vllle. *** I f01 There will be a barbecue Hartford Near ob,s mA Hwy 231 at St. Augustine, Reed, Ken- tucky, July 4. Serving starts + : at 11:30 a.m .... i