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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 5, 1973 8 OHIO COUNTY SOCIAL E Beaver Dam Personals Birthday Dinner Sunday At Home Of Mrs. Armendt Mrs. Ethel ,rmendt entertained on Sunday with a family dinner in celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Morris Wedding of Fordsville and Mr. Bill Hobbs of Owensboro. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peckenpaugh and daughter Laurie and. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Peckenpaugh and son Johnny, all of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rhoads and son Tommy and daughter Stacy of Owen- sboro; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wedding, Mr. and Mrs. James Wedding and son Jim Morris and daughter Patricia of Fordsville; Mr. Jerry Southard of Beaver Dam. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Lacey Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ball of Nashville, Tennessee were visitors in Beaver Dam on Sunday and attended the services at Beaver Dam Baptist Church. Mrs. Maurine Wilson has returned to her home here from a three weeks visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. H.uth Erwin of DeKaven, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burgess and daughter Vicki have visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. James Acquaviva, Lieutenant Acquaviva and children, Pare, Cathy and James of Warrener Robins, Georgia. Vicki stayed for a three weeks visit with her sister. Redeemer Catholic Church. On Sunday at 8 a.m. he conducted services at Fordsville. Then at 11 a.m. services Rev. Arty con- ducted the services at the Holy Redeemer Church and Sunday evening service at Morgantown. Rev. Arty has recently been ordained as a priest and worked in Beaver Dam before going to Morehead. Spec. 4 Billy Ray Jordan, formerly of Beaver Dam, was married to Miss Constance Marie Monroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Monroe of Hart- ford, at the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Saturday evening. Spec. Jordan is the son of Mrs. Leonard Ren- frow and is stationed in Hawaii. He returned to his base in Hawaii Sunday morning. Mr. Earl Bishop Jr. is very ill at the St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville and will undergo surgery this week. Mrs. Dona Tatum is at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she un- derwent surgery last week. Her daughter, Mrs. Robert Young, has been with her and returned home on Saturday. Little Miss Robin Marie Henry of Masonville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John We wish for all those who are sick at home or in the hospital a speedy recovery. We remember Mr. Homer Crume who is in traction at the Ohio County Hospital. I can sympathize with him as I think of my experiences a few months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Stevens, Sr. attended the wedding of their grandson, Mr. Allen E. Sneed, Jr. in Auburn, Alabama. Allen is the son of the former Miss Nancy Stevens. The wed- ding of Mr. Sneed and Miss Susan Decker was Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. at Village Christian Church in Auburn. The reception followed at thhe home of the bride in Auburn. Allen is in the Navy and they will be in New York for a month and then to Panama to make their home. Dr. and Mrs. Glendon Stevens, Jr. of Rollo, Missouri were in attendance at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kirk of Whiting, Indiana spent their vacation with Mrs. Kirk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plummer, and other relatives. Other visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Plummer were Miss Evalyn Foreman of Dundee, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson and son Kerry of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plum- met, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Ray Plummet and daughter Chadwana of Beaver Dam. Carter: , Other recent visitors were ..... " Mrs. Golda Pluifimer"of Misses Novia Ross and Indianapolis, Indiana. Mary Brown were dinner ..... .... guests Mrs. Ethel Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Wilson of Harrisburg, Illinois from Thursday until Tuesday. She attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Glasscock of ttarrisburg, Illinois. Mrs. Wilson returned home with Mrs. Frankie Wilson and son, Rev. Charles Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, Tulare, California, and Mrs. Mary E. Stewart. They were visitors of Mrs. Frankie Wilson's mother, Mrs. Owen Hudson, of McHenry. Rev. Wilson is pastor of the First Church of God in Tulare. Mrs. Emma Stobaugh of i,ouisville was a recent visitor of her cousin. Mrs. Gordon Southard. and Mr. Southard of Beaver Dam, i.h)ute i. This was the first lime in 40 years the two had seen each other. They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King and Mr. and Mrs. Gene King of Centertown. Rev. Che! Arty of Morehead spent the weekend with Rev. Joseph O'Donneli at the Holy Tuesday of their niece, Mrs. Craig Wolf, Mr. Wolf and children, Lisa Marlin and Chris of Bowling Green. Other guests of the Wolfs were Mrs. A. T. Ross of Drakesboro Mr. and Mrs. - .... J. W. McDonald, Carolyn Word was received in and Mary of Browder, Mrs. Beaver Dam last week that Billy Nagel and children, Rev. James Abernathy, Pam and John, of Smith former pastor of the Beaver Grove, Kentucky, Mrs. Dam Baptist Church, now Robert Ulrich, Sammy, Superintendent of Missions Jonathan, Roberta and of the Southern Baptist Nancy of Minneapolis, Convention in Jenkintown, Minnesota. Pennsylvania, had suffered ..... a severe heart attack in Mr. and Mrs. Walter Portland, Oregon while Casebier have returned attending the Southern from a visit with their son, Baptist Convention. He is Mr. John Casebier, Mrs. confined to the Holiday Park Casebier and little son, John Hospital, Room 353, 222 NE. Brian, of Cedar Rapids, Mutononah, Portland, h)wa. Oregon 91232. I'm sure he ..... would appreciate hearing Mr. and Mrs. Leon Johns from any friends in Ohio of Milan. Tennessee were County. visitors over the weekend of ..... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman. Miss Patti Daniel of ..... Murray spent the weekend Mrs. R. tt. Johnson is ill at with her mother. Mrs. her home. Donnie Daniel. and brother, ..... Steve. Mr. Everett Hill has ..... returned from the Ohio To report Beaver Dam County Hospital after a few days stay. He is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hunley and son and Miss Bessie Lynn ttunlev at- tended the wedding Saturday of their niece Mary Ann, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hunley of West Liberty, Kentucky. Mrs. Ethel Miles of Bowling Green and Miss Mabel Russell of Louisville spent the Friday to Monday days with their sister Mrs. N. G. Hunley and Mr. Hunley. Miss Lisa Minton of In- dianapolis. Indiana is spending some time with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gray of Union St., Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wayne Lile Sweeney--- Lile Wedding So le m n ized Mrs. Barbara Elliott, her granddaughter and children of Owensboro visited Mrs. Jewel Shultz on Saturday Bremen became the bride of afternoon. Mr. Barry Wayne Lile, son Miss Linda Lou Sweeney, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John R. Sweeney of of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Lile of Echols on May 26 at 7 o'clock. The beautiful double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. John R. Sweeney, father of the bride. The altar was decorated with baskets of white car- nations and gladiolus tipped in blue. In the center background was an arch candelabra entwined with greenery and spiral can- delabra stood on each side of the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white taffeta with a lace bib covering a fitted bodice with stand-up collar and billowy lantern sleeves and a double ruffled flounce. Her veil was of silk illusion and the tiara was designed with sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of blue-tipped white carnations with trailing ivy. of honor. Mrs. Kay Sweeney, sister-in-law of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Both at- tendants wore identical light blue victorian style gowns with pink and white floral deisgns, ruffled flounces and long puff-top sleeves. They carried nosegays of baby's breath and pink, white and blue daisies and streamers. Mr. Larry Lile served as his brother's best man. Mr. Maurice Sweeney, brother of the bride, served as groomsman. The bride's mother wore a pink polyester knit dress with white accessories. She wore a corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a pink polyester knit dress with beige accessories. She wore a corsage of white car- nations. Beautiful organ music was provided by Mrs. Mary Noffsinger, who played traditional wedding songs and hymns, and the themes from "Romeo and Julliet" and "Love Story" while the guests were being seated and during the ceremony. Mr. David Hill and Mr. Kenny Boren, cousins of the bride, served as ushers and candlelighters. Miss Teresa Jenkins, cousin of the bride, attended the guest register. The couple are making their home in Hopkinsville. Out-of-town guests in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Louis Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Burgi, Mr. and Mrs. George Fortune, Mrs. Jean Petrie, Kathy Petrie and Melissa Sullivan, all of Hopkinsville; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Saling, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Saling, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lile, Debbie Saling and Vivian Lile, all of Echols; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ste- vens and Neal of Bowling Green; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pryor, Mrs. Margaret Penrod, Judy Penrod and Karen Penrod, all of Bremen. news. contact Miss Mary Miss Lana Sweeney ...... r-- ................ r, Brown. 274-4971. served as her sister's maid The "NOW" Look at . . . ' J . i trl.y00eumu00, far I ] ! I ! ('t'llter Nlreet P. 11. Ilox -Ii [ .-- O A\\;" t I '--mr--'-- "F:laredTrousers I GRO?E M / ]P| . llarliord, l,[cnlm'ky 42:1-17 I ,-.**.,,-,l AIICoIorsOf [WliHSOiq| dJk I FARMOwNERS, LIFE, LIABILITY, MOBILE I TUXEDO RENTALS -. from S12.95 l I .OM00 o, OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE: I I Licensed agents: W. E. 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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamilton and Regina visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamilton at Fort Knox Sunday. Mrs. Ruby visited her Mr. and Mrs, Hamilton. ' Mr. and Foreman families in week. Mr. John spending vacation in Mr. and Farmer spent at their lake. . Mr. Buck Sunday Powers. They church at Sunday morning' _ . -* Mr. and Garris were Adaburg Bal Sunday. Landis's niece. : ...- Mrs. Pat Patsy, and a week City visiting Elmer visited the Park while there. _ . .- Mrs. Lula Farmer Mrs. Roy family and Murray Mr. and Mrs. Walla Framz and son Tony of Tucson, Arizona, visited the latter's uncle, Mr. Wilbur Gray and Mrs. Gray one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dewis of Gasville, Arkansas visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Felix one day last week. 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