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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, July 3, 1968 15 nan ates B b! k :- .... 1 lens .o.tO0,o.lZathetOseniorC it_the past ma ron fr_/ i_ vCampanCa pair ns.b ~I : "U II U ~ II1~ ijllvJt~...l_.nv vl v ||a s~,. i~lll The Ohio County Senior year In establishing the or- Citizens celebrated their ganlzation. Ministers from first birthday anniversary throughout the county have Thursday with a program andgiven treely of their time dinner held at the Beaver and their church buildings Dam Methodist Church. to provide a place for the The meeting was begun at senior citizens to meet in 10:00 with the welcome being the various communities. 4 given by Rev. Gene Lovell, This year the Ohio County ;(i:i easter of the church. Rev. Senior Citizens were re- usie Shelton led the groupquired to raise $1,000, re- of some 65 members in sing-ports Mrs. Gray. This is in , , iii' In . Mrs. Robert Hagerman order to meet the Federal " accompanied them on the pi-grant, group i ':il and. Rev. SamMatthewspre- at their organization meet- ,. lstics on the organization and "The planned trip to Frank= 4 was followed by Mrs. Frank fort, by the Senior Citizens, do of the Senior Citizens Organization gather around the table holding the birth- Barnes, who gave the year- has been postponed, due to _ They are (front row) Mrs. Rex Phelps, Mr. Charlie Fulkerson (oldest male end-review of the organtza-the illness of some of the * of the Senior Citizens), Mrs. E. J. Hudson (oldest lady member), Mrs. Lorena tlon and the activities car- members, Mrs. Gray an- and mrs. Elizabeth Hoover. Back row: Rev. Sam Matthews, Mrs. Margaret " " ried on by it. A few of these nounced yesterday. How- , , ,well, Miss Gladys Fulkerson, Mrs. Lois Black, Mrs. Ruby Gray (Chairman of the programs have been the ever, it will be rescheduled - va0r Citizens Organization), and R ev. Susie,,, ., Shelton. sending of cookies and ditty at a later date. A meeting bags to servicemen in Vtet-at Centertown has been ham, and the collecting of planned for tomorrow, and i!ii ! ......... soap for the children of Vlet- will include singing andvar- - nam. ious other activities. Perfect attendance cor- Mrs. Gray also mentioned sages were awarded during that the Senior Citizens or- the program to Mrs. Lorena ganlzation Includes a totalof Danks from the Beaver Dam 157 members - both active Baptist Group, and Mrs. and inactive. It is to the in- L~i .: Rex Phelps from the Beaver active members that Mrs. ,i..--- ' .... Dam Methodist Group. Mrs. Gray plans to distribute the C -- -- E. J. Hudson of Beaver Dam beautiful birthday cake baked and Mr. Charlie Fulkersonofespecially .the regular business McHenry were also present- lzens Organization, andpre- meeting tartd- to honorothe ed corsages for being the sent at the celebration on are urged to I Co[ t )r[ i;i! eldest lady and gentleman Thursday. Alldme b rsS s are wel- members of the organization. Miss Lee Ann Hagerman cattene' r [ Mrs. Ruby Gray, head of assisted with the decoration anr v o, ao,,a**oo ,o, O ,oo, t ,o ,or, oooxe , t*oo w,r; %:::. I Y0ur New, Modern, Convenient, [ ' County, expressed her ap- and the serving of dinner to thy a preciation toward the minis- the members. Covered dish- ters and allOhioCountians eswere furnished bymem- Panther [ S y [ who have helped this past bers oftheorganizatlon, nif.Cnruiro taundr Bendetta Ford CreekNotes, , : on al Shower By Mrs. Aldra Patton II Attendant On Duty At All Times, !rt:i,li % MIss e d tt Mrs. Lizzie Cook:sey, Mrs. New Panther Creek Bap- l Air Conditioned For Your Comfort, given a bridal shower June Ltllle Beatty, Mrs. JudeSan- tist Church Daily Vacation , e ! 29th at the home of Sophiadefur, Mrs. Ilvlnia Stewart, Bible School closed Friday, - - i June 28 under the leader- Plent | Sandefur. Wilma and MaryMrs. Fay Westerfteld, Mrs. t Of Parkln Places Sue Renfrow were hostesses. Melissa Beatty, Mrs. Orena ship of Rev. and Mrs. D.L.I Y g , THE GOODIES at the Senior Citizens Birthday Celebration, Thursday, are Renfrow, Mrs. Gatl Raley, Barnett and Miss Sandra I _ . [ '! -, Boston with an average at- I aa Center f Vla rY Melton and Mrs. Hamilton Render (background), Miss Mary Brown, Miss The gift table and recep- Mrs. Mary Wright, Mrs. tendance of 38. I Near Sh0rrtn. ....... ! rown M G F r on and Mrs Edna Cha man fore round , iss qadys "ulke s , . . P ( g ). tlon table were beautifullyGwen Sandefur, Mrs. Jo Anne !trry,, ght In a white and Sandefur. Mrs. Linda Yates. *** I Beaver Dam, Kentucky | yellow color scheme. Seven Mrs. Imogene Ford, Mrs. Friday night the B.S.U. a. i!" ones Wtns Ftrst Fit rarities of cakes with punch Betty Pord. Mrs. EldaMary ,,i I!G was served. Games were Embry, Mrs. Nora Anglln, team from Kentucky Wesley- i NflW linen xAvpn 1191/ V q , reenvllle Invitational Mrs. Mr.. oo.o. a. wit,= , ," , , Mrs. Jack Yates, Mrs. W.H. Bethel Boyde, Mrs. Sophie pastor, held a youth revival | ............. I Sandefur and Mrs. Curtis Sandefur, Mrs. Betty Mor- thru Sunday night. The at- I !i'1111 A M . lfl'flflP lib I i,;, Jones, ttartford was Green, was the Invitational Ford , Greenville ivin Beatty won the prizes, rls and Penny, Mrs. Helen tendance was good each ev- | U. U Url Ill I U ,UU /, III ~ o Y- ' g g f the filcst flight in Tournament Champion, she- him a 151totalfor thechamp-Those present were Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Robbie San- ening. We had several visit- l [ ,, g ifTreenvllle invitational oting back to back rounds tonshlp tournament. He tte Claude Ford, Mrs. Pauline defur, Mrs. Hazel Wallace, ors frdrnothe'kchurches,'and -- ---- -- =_ -- = -- r ,, W~.~*_~tirnament during the of 69 in the event He won for 7th place in the champ Wallace, Ttmmy and Sandy, Mrs. Betty Jo Ferguson, everyone under 80 enjoyed . . . 0tl . Y event June 22-23 the tournamentwlthdunder ionshipfll ht Mrs. Novella Burden, Mrs. Mrs. Paulina Raley, Mrs. each service. We hope to :i;> 1 " g ' ,^. OCal participants In par 138. Ches Riddle, last Other fll ht winners for Elsie Park, Mrs. Sue Ren- Nova Sandefur, and a host of have them with us again ! tqle;v.u.r. ament were: Dan year's champion, shot the tournament included, frow. Mrs. Douglas Ford, children, sometime. . Wlth a 151; George rounds of 73 *** *** and 69 for a Terry Earle, Sturat Bohne, 1t total 142. Third place was Britt Clopton, and Pinky Mrs. Marvadean Hen-. 155-, Bud. Williams, taken by Bobo Foster, Pelham. dricks of ttartford was t llus Cohen with Owensboro who totaled 143. -.% _ 111, More than $1,000 worth guest of her parents, Mr. and JOhnson 183. A hole on one on the 200 of prizes was shared by Mrs. Marvin Huff and family Joe Ga}y, Bowling yard was fired by Bruce the flight winners, over the weekend. ff ANYONE... ---Get, Merrbd --Ha G~a. Party --Bn A F~ ---!!~ ~ Op~r~ -4~m. Both of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Westerfield's grand- daughters from Gary, Indi- ana are visiting them this week. The ground is getting very dry and crops are needing rain. Mrs. May Warner was in Whitesvtlle Saturday and spent the day with friends. Mrs. G. W. [-vans of Terre Haute, Indiana is seriously ill at the Daviess County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Payne were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown of ()wensboro on Sunday. Mrs. Rend tlickey has been ill at her home but is im- proving. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Embry and boys were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Phelps, Jr. and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Na- bours and Mr. and Mrs. Phil- ip Embrv. portcoats All Nationally Known Brands This cl0t inq may be worn 8 to 9 months ot the year, stock up tor tall and school wear. Group or Knit Shirts R equ l a r-C r ew-T u rtlen ec ks 2 0 OFF Group ot Summer Shoes Farman and Hushpuppie 2 0 o OFF Embry Valley Shopping Center Beaver Dam, Kentucky -,,.,.]fal~ea a ~.leack Oam U,I. e starts his obstacle course test. Acc d- P P 'g " ZOre h or out re er h ht would be prosecuted Mr Wilson Is . rOper Radcliff. only a few motorcvclists had from Hartford. ., ART 11 WANT rrl , r.~ o.,~-ou.r. T//l'f~' lq ~-~; ~~.~ Hartford entucky Oxylon Equipped !~ WO Mr. Gary Embry of Olaton ' ' who has been a patient at theresultOhiOof aCUntYcar accident,Hspital're-aS Hartford, Kentucky Phone 298-3287 ii ' turned l ome Monday. !