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T..,.O.,O -- ,.__ TIMES !!i/!U : :  Alvin T. Belcher Alvin Dewey (Tooter) Belcher, 40, of Route 2, Utica died at Vanderbilt Hospital early Monday after a lengthy illness. Born December 11, 1932 in Hart County, he was the son of the late Herman and Mae Kirkpatrick Belcher. He was employed by Green Construction Company and was a member of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, and Joe Ellis Masonic Lodge 473. Survivors are his wife, Joyce Cambron Belcher; one son, Airman 1st Class Alvin Terrell Belcher; one daughter, Mrs. Connie Shown of Route 2, Utica; his mother, Mrs. Mac Kirk- patrick Belcher of Route 4, Utica; four brothers, Hager of Bonniville, Kentucky, Ellis R. of Owensboro, Luther B. of Route 4, Utica, and Karl of Stanton, Ken- tucky; one sister, Mrs. Billie Whitt of Route 4, Utica; one grandchild. Services wi|l be p.m. Thursday at the Bells' Run Baptist Church con- ducted by the Rev. Wallace Capps and the Rev. Orville ttickey. Burial will be in Bells Run Cmemtery. The James It. Davis Funeral Home in Owensboro is in charge of arrangements. Lyman Harder Lyman Harder, 63, of Fordsville was dead on arrival late Thursday at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital. Born February 22, 1910 in Ohio County, he was a son of the late Arthur and Lillie Grant tiarder. He was a veteran of World War II and a retired i'armer. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Christine }tarder: two brothers, Murl tlarder and l)enton 11arder, both of ()laton: three sisters, Mrs. Lefa Stone of Fairmount, Indiana, Mrs. Edna Whitten of Whiting. Indiana and Mrs. Violet Decker of Fordsville. Services were conducted at 2:31t pro. Saturday at the Phiilip Funeral Home in Fordsville by the Rex'. Charles Payton. pastor of the Yelvington Baptist Church. Burial was in Fordsville Cemetery. R obert Daugherty Robert Oscar Daugherty, 74, of 928 Pennebrooke, Owensboro, died late Saturday at the McLean County Hospital. Born May 10, 1889 in McLean County, he was a son of the late Calvin Daugherty and Vivian Clark Daugherty. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Anna Mae Daugherty of Owensboro; two sons, Robert and Danny Daugherty, both of Owen- sboro; five daughters, Mrs. Estil MerriLL, Mrs. John W. Estes and Mrs. Norman Moore, all of Owensboro, Mrs. George Bayles of Utica and Mrs. James Stewart of Centerville, Tennessee; his mother, Mrs. Calvin Daugherty of Owensboro; four brothers, Roy of Stanley, Milton of Owen- sboro, Woodie of Madison, Indiana, and Harold of California; two sisters, Mrs. Allen Neel of Hartford and Mrs. William Hall of Owensboro; 21 grand- children and five great- grandchildren. " Services were conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the James H. Davis Funeral Home with the Rev. Jerry Willis, pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Burial was in Calhoun Cemdtery. Annie Vincent aung 'C at uhlenberg Community Hospital, Greenville. She was born December 18, 1881 in Muhlenberg County and was a member of the Virginia Avenue Baptist Church, Louisville. Surviving are her husband, Simon Vincent of Greenville; six daughters, Mrs. Bertha Bell of Calhoun, Mrs. Tina Balomotis of Trekla, Greece, Mrs. Charity Beasley, Mrs. Ella Mac Beasley, Mrs. Roma Bell Beasley, all of Central City, and Mrs. Beatrice Govensky of Romulus, Michigan; three sons, Bill Vincent of Cecilia, Robert Vincent of Middletown and Lawrence Vincent of Newberry, Indiana; two step daughters. Mrs. Irene Spears of Louisville. Mrs. Virginia Tarpey of McEuen. Tmmessee: one step son. Melton Vincent of Dayton. Ohio: 33 grandchildren: 75 great-grandchildren: 10 step grandchildren: 9 step great-grandchildren : 12 step great-great- grandchildren: one half brother. Frank Harper of Rockport. Services were conducted at 2 pro. Saturday at the Tucker Funeral Home in Central City" by the Rex'. Arnold Harper. Burial was in Station Cemetery. Hettie Grey Hettie Grey, 77, of Livermore died late Saturday at McLean County Hospital in Calhoun after a lengthy illness. Born October 13, 1895 in Maxwell, Kentucky, she was a member of the Livermore M e t h o d i s t Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lester Bell of Livermore and Mrs. Frank Mackey of Utica; four sons, Calvin of Douglas, Arizona, James of Fairfax, Virginia, Raymond (Toad) of Livermore and Arthur of Whitesville; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Marvin of Liver- more; 22 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Muster Funeral Home in Livermore by the Rev. Charles Bennett, pastor of the Livermore United Methodist Church, and the Rev. Ray Thompson, pastor of the Livermore General Baptist Church. Burial was in New Bethel Cemetery in Ohio County. George Monroe George Norvell Monroe, 102, of 903 Hall Street, Owensboro, died early Tuesday, June 26, at Medco Center in Owensboro. Born December 25, 1871 in Ohio County, he was a son of the late George and Mary Eliza Monroe. He was a member of the First Baptist Church where he served as a deacon. He was also a member of Odd Fellows Lodge and a retired coal miner. Surviving are two sons, Elvertt Lee Monroe of Evansville, Indiana and Harlan Monroe of Dayton, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Elnoro Moseley of Owen- sboro and Mrs. Marie Floyd of Lakewood, New Jersey; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Services were conduct t 2 p.m. Saturday at tie First Baptist Church in Beaver Dam by the Rev. W. E. Brown, pastor. Burial was in Odd Fellows Cemetery. The William L. Danks Funeral Home in Beaver Dam was in charge of the arrangements. Gracie Barrett Mrs, Gracie Barrett, 63, of Centertown died early Wednesday, June 27, at the Ohio County Hospital. Born July 19, 1910 in Butler County, she was a daughter of the late Martin and Mary Ann Burden Daugherty. Surviving are her step mother, Mrs. Ann Daugherty of Centertown; three sons, James W. Barrett, Glendora, Mich- igan, Martin Barrett, Borden, Indiana, and Billie R. Barrett, Belle Glade, Florida; and five daughters, Mrs. Ruby Warren, New Albany, Indiana, Mrs. Lily Johnson, Mrs. Cinille Simpson and Mrs. Mary E. Hamilton, all of Centertown, and Mrs. Virginia Baize of Hawesville; five brothers, Fred, Gilbert, J. B. and Fay Daughtery, all of Centertown, and Delbert, Daugherty, Benton Harbor, Michigan; one step brother, Buddy Waddell, Morgan- town; three step sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Whitehouse, Henderson, Mrs. Ollie M. Byrd, Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Beda Hayes Louisville; 37 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Duke Funeral Home in Cen- tertown by the Rev. Ernest Whitely, pastor of the Horse Branch Church of God, and the Rev. Truman Snodgrass. Burial was in Centertown Cemetery. Cassie Poole Mrs. Cassie Poole, 87, of Hartford died early Saturday at Medco Center in Fordsville Born September 14, 1885 in Ohio County, she was a daughter of the late William and Matilda Stevens Brown. Survivors include two nieces, Mrs. Beulah Spinks of Owensboro and Mrs. H. H. Alvy of Hartford; and four nephews John W. Brown, Everett Brown, Tilman Grayall of Hartford, and Gilbert Gray of Jef- fersonville, Indiana. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Duke Funeral Home in Hartford by the Rev. Arnett Williams, pastor of the Concord Baptist Church. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery. Sale of Custom Built Garages Completely Erected, Including Concrete Floor 1V2 Car Garage $1350 oo 2 Car Garage CONVENIENT FINANCING "We Urge You To Compare" s1750 Any Kind-Anywhere- Anytime Clip Coupon And Mail Today! Evansville Garage Builders, Inc. 1201 E. Virginia Street - Phone 424-5509 NAME ............................ ADDRESS ......................... CITY ................... STATE ..... 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Schedule MONDAY, JULY 9 Carl Ferguson (Pleasant Ridge) 8:30-8:50; Toomey's (Bell's Run Road) 9:00-9:25; Slaton's (Bells Run Road) 9:30-9:50; Renfrow's (Bells Run Road) 10:00-10:20; Zirkle's (Bells Run Road) 10:30-10: 55; Vaughn's (Pleasant Ridge) 11:10- 11: 35; Reagon's Store 11: 45- 12:10; Cool Springs, 1:30- 1:55; Martin's (Rochester Road) 2:10-2:35; Bard's (Bruce School Road) 2:40- 2: 55; Barnes Chapel (Bruce School Road) 3:00-3:30. TUESDAY, JULY 10 Barnes (Goshen Road) 8:30-8:55; Ann-Jan Apt. 9:05-9:30; West End Grocery, 9:35-10:00; White's Grocery, 10:10-10:30; South Lafayette St. 10:35-10:55; Madison & 10th St. 11:00- 11:30; Community Church, 11:35-12:00; Matanzas, 1:30- 2!00; Equality, 2:20-2:40; Centertown, 3: 00-3: 30. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 Fieldon's (Taffy) 8:30- 9:00; Lipscomb's Grocery, 9:05-9:20; Adaburg, 9: 30- 9:50; Midkiff's, 10:00-10:25; Taylor's Grocery (Dean- field) 10:45-11:10; The Reynolds Station Post Of- fice, 11:15-11:40; Medco Center (Fordsville) 12:00- 12:20; Fordsville Library, 1:15-2:00; Mattingly's, 2:15- 2:45; Dundee Bank, 3:00- 3:30. Lucky Bu Sticker Winners Frank Smith, Echols, $32 Jackie Fields, Hartford, $25 John Shrewsbury, Beaver Dam, Linda Poston, Beaver Dam, ,,,,..,:.,:.,,...-....... ...... Martha Sue Reneer, Centl : Donnie lutry, Beaver Dam, $27' t ,$ Ssupplies,S;,,j, ,. ecou 1 Our thanks to the Let us sell your handmade items For information call 2.q8-3179 or 298-3310 HANDS AND HEART Hwy. 231 South Hartford merchants who Lucky Bumper 00&LI Now in our 4th year of service to Ohio and the Greater Green River .3 DAYS ONLY. We Trade Anything JULY 6 - 7 - 8 (Friday - Saturday - Sunday) $100 oo Trade-in Allowance Register For Free S44 '''" Jug Of Money! 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