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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD: KENTUCKY, JULY 3, 1975 10 r,iss bleggi Jane Burden Miss Burden To Wed James Larry Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Billy P. Burden of Echols, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Meggi Jane, to Mr. James Larry Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Matthews, Beaver Dam. The church wedding will be Saturday, August 2 at 6:00 at the Pond Run Baptist Church in Echols. No formal invitations will be sent. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Centertown Society News Porters Help Grandson Celebrate Eighth Birthday In Owensboro Sunda Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Porter, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Porter, spent Sunday with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Porter and Teresa and Bruce of Owensboro to help Bruce celebrate his 8th birthday. A delicious meal was served at noon apd Bruce received several nice gifts. Supper guests Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis were Mr. and Mrs. Al Krizan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rowe, all of Owensboro. Mrs. Joe Himes, Illinois, has been visiting her son Larry Himes and Mrs. Himes. Don Waggner is a patient at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital suffering from an injured knee he received in a wreck recently. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Porter called on Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson of Owensboro Sunday afternoon. Bells R un Personals (omitted last week) Mr. Claud Ambrose entered the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital for treatment on Friday morning, he is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sharp and Jan, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp and Billy Ray Ditto went to Kentucky Lake over the weekend. They caught over 100 lbs. of fish. Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Cotton and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster Lee of White Plains on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ford of Red Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp Sunday afternoon. iS00g/eddi g .... Pa yto n ; Mo rr n Mrs. Elma Crabtree is attending the Ohio Camp meeting for ten days or more. WEDDING PHOTO6RAPHY August 1st At Rosine by the Ohio County Road Department. An August 1st wedding is planned at 7:00 p.m. in the Rosine Methodist Church The reception will be in the church basement following the ceremony. No formal invitations will be sent, all friends and relatives are invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Major Payton, Flint Springs, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Pearl Varie, to Douglas Darwin Morris, son of Mr. Carlie Morris, Renfrow, and Mrs. John Kayrouse, Louisville. Miss Payton is a senior at Ohio County High. Mr. Morris is employed From 69.00 1809 Freclerica 684-161 $ Owensboro, Kentucky Whiteheads Visit Here Ron and Nancye Whitehead of Phoenix, Arizona recently spent a week with Ron's parents, Ed and Greta Whitehead and family of Centertown. Other ghests of the Whiteheads were Max Albright of Lexington, whose parents are missionaries in Africa, and Dan Matherly of Georgetown. SAVE MONEY ON PRESCRIPTIONS /r .lccurately and promptly filled Bring Iour Prescriptions To Spinks' or Beaver Dam Drugs )'our prescriptions to I or Bearer Dam Drugs 00c;c Hare your doctor call Spinks ' Free prompt delirery S & H Green Stamps Phone 298-3163 or 274-3341 d Spinks Pharmacy-- Beaver Dam Drugs }our Prescription Stores In Hartford And Beaver Dam Mrs. Tena Render of Valley Station spent the weekend with her daughters, Mrs. Paul Patton and Mrs. Ed Whitehead and families. Mrs. Myrl Stroud, Owensboro, formerly of Centertown is in the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital suffering from cuts she received when she fell at her home last week and hit a china cabinet. Mrs. Ira Milton is at the home of her cousin, George Bennett in Evansville, Ind., and receiving treatments at a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Stroud, Owensboro, called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Button Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Allen were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Pillow of Sebree. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pillow, Sebree, Rev. and Mrs. Glenn McKeown, Caw and Adam of Chattanooga, Tenn., Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Pillow of Providence, Walter Pillow and Vale Rhea Maddox of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Benton of Vie- torville, California, spent the past week with Mrs. Madeline James and other relatives. Other recent guests of Mrs. James were Mr. and Mrs. Noble 'Sullivan of Carbondale, Ill., Mrs. Gladys Hudson, Owensboro, Mrs. Juanita Walls, East Chicago, Ind., Marvin Brown, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Hulan Bullock, Equality, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Porter of Centertown. Mrs. Opal Maddox, Mrs. Vera Fught and Floyd Hill were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rowe, McHenry. Mrs. Z. E. Wibble, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. Left O'Brien of Owen- sboro, Mrs. Lorene Porter and Mrs. Louise House of Centertown. i!!:i Bruce Independence Day A Time For Reded,cation Born of a revolution, this Country began with a pledge: liberty and justice for all. And Trust Company Hartford, Kentucky THE BANK THAT DOES MORE THINGS FOR MORE PEOPLE MORE oFTEN , Open Friday Nights Until 7 P.M. , Regular Personalized Checks Free " Emphasis On Accuracy. And Service OFFICERS Mrs. Andy Anderson, President James H. Hig@inbotham, Exec. Vice President Cecil P. Taylor, Vice President David C. Brown, Cashier Each depositor insured to $40,000 FED|RAt DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPO|ATION DIRECTORS Mrs. Andy And#m" )R. T. Beker James H. Hayward spinKS Cecil P. TaylOr Rolly Tichenor THREE LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTEII: Downtown -- Spinks Shopping Center- Ceni 298-3261 298-3285 We the people are still striving for these goals. It's easy to find fault, but it takes dedication and unity to bring about change, as our f, orefathers did. We have the freedom rod0 it peacefully. Let s celebrate that freedom and honor our nation for what's been achieved. The Hartford Banl;