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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. JULY 5, 1973 9 HIO COUNTY SOCIAL E VENTS rtford Personals Marty "Mr. and Mrs. Edward were Smith of Hartford were of Mr. and guests. Sunday of Mr. and Tichenor, Mrs. Orville Tichenor of They also Beda. Mrs. Bernard Hoover grand- of Louisville called on the Chester Tichenors Monday. in Butler Mr. and Mrs. Acey Hill also visited and Mr. Nell Smith of Millstadt, Illinois were .... weekend guests of Mr. and Charles Mrs. Bradford Leisure. children of ..... rtford were Mr. Terry Tatum, Route evening of 3, Beaver Dam, is spending Bailey this week with his sister, They also Mrs. Richard Young, and and Mrs. Mr. Young of Sturgis. at Hart ...... Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. B. R. Everly of """ Hartford visited Mr. Her- s. Jimmy schel Brown Thursday of afternoon at the Owensboro- were Daviess County Hospital. and Mrs. - .... and Mrs. Hartford, Mr. and Mrs Phillip of July Givens and family of California are making an extended visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Givens of McHenry. Other guests in the Givens home last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wortham and children of Route 1, Hart- ford. Renae Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bennett, Route 1, Hartford, was a patient at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital Saturday and Saturday night where she had her tonsils removed. Renae is home now recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bryant and baby of Hartford Thursday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Moore and son of Roundlake, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rowan and Donald of Hartford were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Rowan and family of East Gary, In- diana, and Mr. and Mrs J. T. Teague and family of Griffith, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Patton of Bloomington, Illinois were guests of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Bar- tlett, Route 3, Beaver Dam, over the weekend. Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Ellis Roeder of Central Grove were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Roeder of Louisville. Weekend guests of Mrs. M. C. Bell and Vivian, Frederica Streeet, were Dr. and Mrs. Carl Bell of Knoxville, Tennessee. Mrs. Carl Hoover, Shirley Craig and Larry Dean, Frederica Streeet, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Roach of Dundee. Recent guests of Mrs. Carl Hoover and family were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shields of Portage, Indiana and Mrs. Pauline Frazier of Bar- berton, Ohio. To report Hartford per- sonals, contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel, 298-3317. Joe Bennett Pembroke, Lindley were of Mr. and ley and In- r. and Mrs. last and Mrs. Jeff and Dam, Mr. Flener of and Mrs. Kimberly Evansville, YEAR ON Hwy. 62 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jordan Monroe -- Wedding vows were ex- changed June 23 at 8:30 p.m. by Miss Constance Marie Monroe and Mr. Billy Jordan in a candlelight ceremony at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church MID YEAR SALE ON STOCH INVENTORY Central City Phone 754-4414 IF THERE 16 ANY HIND OF CARPET YOU WANT, WE'VE OST IT AND WE'VE SST THE PRICE. Sale Price installed with General tire pad $ 7 9 $ Sale Price $595 installed with General tire pad Sale Price installed with General tire pad $1 1 $O Sale Price Italled with General tire pad,7"$ Sale Price Installed with General tire Pad $95 IIW Sale Price Installed with General tire pad $drk 95 1IF ed Polyester Reg. $9.96 sq. yd. Nylon Reg. S7.96sq. yd. Shag Reg. $14.96sq. yd. r Shag . .96 . yd: r Shag- R. ..96  yd. Shag R...96 . yd. Sale Price installed $5.50 sq. yd. s39s cial Nylon (rubber back) Reg... $5.96 zq. yd. Sale Price installed 14.50 sq. yd. $29s al Nylon (rubber back) Reg. t4.96 sq. )'d. yd. (Ideal for porches & patios) Sale Price rass (artificial turf comes in green, blue & gold colorS) installed $5.50 sq. yd. $3"5 Sale Price (rubber back) installed $5.50 sq. yd. $39s g itchen Pr-ihrs (byOzite) installed 14.96 sq. yd. Sale Price ,3so (over 100 roll ends to choose from 14.00 per yd. savings on some of these) Vinyl Flooring QI Accutone Reg. ,3.96 yd. (not regular aecutone) --Sale ,2 so per yd.  (over 30,000 yds. to choose from) lill's where you get Quality, Service & Savings all in one. HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE. WE GUARANTEE IT. SERVING MUHLENBERG & SURROUNDING COUNTIES FOR OVER 14 YEARS Jordan in Beaver Dam. Rev. Joseph O'Donnell presided at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Monroe, Route 3, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Renfrow, 9, Wost Third Street, " ever" Dam, are the groom's parents. Two baskets of white gladiolas and mums were placed in the sanctuary for the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a white formal gown with train and chapel length veil. She carried one long stem red rose. Bible School Mount Zion Baptist Church Vacation Bible School, previously an- nounced to begin July 9, has been delayed until August 6. Time will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Transportation will be furnished. The bride's only attendant was Kathy Hoover, who wore a long blue flowered print gown and carried a long stem red rose. Best man was Norman Lindsey. Serving as ushers were Michael W. Monroe Smith Connor Vows Exchanged Miss Ruth Ann Smith of Route 2, Utica and Mr. Rodger D. Connor of 3110 Calhoun Road, Owensboro, were united in marriage June 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Settle Memorial United Methodist Church in Owensboro. Rev. John oomer presided at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Harry C. Smith of Route 2, Utica. Mrs. James Downs of Marion, Illinois and Mr. Earl Connor of Owensboro are the groom's parents. Miss Suzanne Banister from Cadiz, Kentucky, sorority sister of the bride, presented a program of organ music. Brass candelabras covered with live ivy and magnolia blossoms decorated the church. Two large white urns filled with fern decked the altar. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. Earl Utley of Sebring, Florida. She chose for her wedding a formal gown designed on Victorian lines. A bodice of Cluny lace was fashioned with standing collar and Camelot sleeves. Satin ribbon defined the high rise waistline above the full organza skirt. Her long mantilla veil of illusion was framed with matching lace. She carried a cascade of white carnations sprinkled with pale blue baby's breath. The bride's honor at- tendant was Mrs. Barbara and Rieky Ward ........... Winans of Lexington. Mrs. Monroe chose for her Bridesmaids were Miss daughter's wedding a white Vicki Craig of Irvington and double knit dress with a Miss Barbara Ziminski of blue-green jacket. Louisville, former room- A reception was held in mates of the bride. Each the church basement wore a floor length dress following the ceremony, fashioned of ice blue Two arrangements of pastel organza over taffeta. White flowers were placed on the Venise lace formed the bride's table. Refreshments standing neckline and were served by Debbie capped the Camelot sleeves Lindsey, who also of the empire bodice registered the guests, designed with full skirt. Relatives attending the Each girl wore a garden hat wedding included Mr. in matching color and William Fassnacht and Mr. carried fireside baskets and Mrs. G. L. Norwood. filled with multicolored The couple will be pompoms and painted residing in Haleiwa, Hawaii, daisies. where he is stationed with The groom's best man the U.S. Army. was Mr. Darrell Belcher of Mrs. Jordan is a 1973 Owensboro, with Mr. Rick graduate of Ohio County Graham, also of Owensboro, High School. serving as groomsman. Guests were seated by Mr. Douglas Travis of Muncie, Indiana, Mr. Bruce Wallace of Marion, Illinois and Mr. Donald Dowell of Utica. A reception was held in the church reception hall. Serving at the reception were Miss Vickie Reynolds, Miss Dinah Barnard, Miss Peggy Lindsey and Mrs. Donald Dowell. At the guest register was Miss Star Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. Connor will reside at 113 Greenwood Estates, Bowling Green. Several pre-nuptial events honored the couple. On May 5, a shower was given in Masonville by Barbara Winans and Wilma Dowell, neighbors of the bride. A coffee honoring Miss Smith was given by Mrs. D. J. Pease in Hartford May 19. Mrs. Pease is an aunt of the bride. On May 26 a shower was given by the Masonville United Methodist Church. A rehearsal dinner was held June 7 at Gabe's Restaurant in Owensboro. A turkey dinner was served to 24 guests. Mr. Earl Connor, father of the groom, was the host. Countian On Wesleyan's Dean List Kentucky Wesleyan College has 94 students on the spring semester Deaffs List, including Kathy Elleh Moore, a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore of Dundee. Wesleyan has 17 fresh- men, 16 sophomores, 31 juniors and 30 seniors to make a 3.500 to 4.0OO stan- ding during the spring term, according to Dr. Howard L. Ramsey, vice president for academic affairs at Wesleyan. To make the Dean's List at Wesleyan, a student must compile a 3.500 to "4.000 standing for 12 or more semester hours with no F's in any course. Wesleyan has 34 students to compile perfect 4.000 standings. \\; Teachers Let Singer take the heat off your family. And your wallet. 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Main - Hwy. 231 - Hartford - 298-7563 Attending Session Stephen Wade and Ken- neth Leach of Hartford are currently attending a ten- day session exploring the concepts of manufacturing technology in Western Kentucky University's workshop entitled "The World of Manufacturing". The workshop is con- ducted at Daviess County High School, June 25-July 6. " 'The World of Manufacturing' is designed to help youth understand the basic concepts of efficient production systems in in- dustry," says Howard J. Lowrey, an instructor of industrial technology at Western and director of the workshop. "Students work together in using tools, materials, and techniques to produce products that represent, in principle, many products produced in a factory or plant," he says. The study focuses on the management, personnel, and production techniques of manufacturing.