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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 5, 1973 10 Miss Patricia Gall Miller Patricia Gail Miller Engaged To Edward H. Heflin Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Miller of Dundee wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia Gall, to Edward H. Heflin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heflin of Beaver Dam. Patricia is a 1972 graduate of Ohio County High School and is presently employed at the Bank of Dundee. Edward is a 1968 graduate of Ohio County High School and is employed at System Resources, Inc., Owen- sboro. A mid-September wed- ding is being planned. Miss Susan Audrey Yrich Yrich -- Roe Wedding Planned For November Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yrich, grandson of Mr. Howard Systems Inc., Troy. Her 253 Gladwin, Clawson, Bivins of Greenville, Mrs. fiance, a 1972 graduate of Michigan, announce the OpalBivins of Hartford, and Madison High School, engagement of their daughter, Susan Audrey, to William Howard Roe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Roe of Madison Heights, and Mrs. Mabrey Roe of Route 3, Greenville. The bride-elect is a senior at Clawson High School and is employed by TrusWal Madison Heights, is em- ployed by Service Diamond Tool Company, Ferndale. The couple plan a November wedding. Centertown Personals Fielden Homecoming July 15 In Owensboro The Fielden homecoming will be held July 15th at the Legion Park in Owensboro. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Flay Wilkerson of Bloomington, Indiana, Mrs. Thomas Ray Rowe of Cool Springs, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jackson of Central City visited Mrs. Madeline James Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Clark and children, Cindy and Montye of Fayetteville, North Carolina spent from Friday until Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schmidt and Betty. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Brock have been on a two week vacation. They visited his mother, Mrs. Victoria Brock, of Petersburg, In- diana, his brother, Rev. and Mrs. Adrian Brock of Noikia, Illinois. They also visited their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Brock of Excello, Missouri and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brock of Clinton, Missouri. Funeral and burial ser- vices for Miss Lanta K. Griffin were held at Gary, Indiana Saturday. Miss Griffin was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Griffin, formerly of Cen- tertown. She was also a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Boyd. The Boyds did not get to attend the funeral due to Mr. Boyd's illness. Their son, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Joe Boyd of Madisonville, did attend the services. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Sarasota, Florida, enroute to Detroit, Michigan, recently called on Mrs. Nell Goodall. Roy Don Whitehead was guest speaker at the Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead of New Haven, Connecticut are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitehead, and Mary Alice. Schneider Grant of Owensboro spent Saturday night with his aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Calvert. Supper guests Thursday night of Mr. and Ms. Carlie Edmonds to help celebrate Mrs. Edmonds's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swain, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edmonds of Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Driskill and children of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams and children, Darla and. Brad of Kansas, spent one night last week with his aunt, Mrs. Sophia Bolton. Our deepest sympathy goes to the family of Mrs. Grace Barrett, who was buried here Saturday. Gerald Powers, Norfolk, Virginia, just off a cruise from Cuba, is spending a week with his wife Linda and baby and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodie Grant. To report Centertown news, call Mrs. O. J. Porter, 232-4204. McHenry Personals Countians' Son Killed In Germany Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Miller of Goshen have Hillard and family went to received word that their Smoky Mountains, Beech son, Sp. 4 Foster Paul Bend Park and Windy Miller, stationed in Ger- Hollow while on vacation many, was killed in an auto last week. accident June 30. - .... ..... Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hugh Reddish of Napier and family spent last Madisonvillehadaleg taken week in Harlan County off below the knee last week. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ..... Reddish and son, Thomas, Mrs. Mary Langley's were at Madisonville the niece and her husband of day of the operation .... Hammond, Indiana visited .... . her over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holly Parks of Hartford Hillard and Kim have spent Thursday night with returned to Whiting, Indiana her grandmother, Mrs. after spending two weeks Susan C. Parks. with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Reddish and relatives in Livermore. - .... ..... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Willard Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Moseley, Violet and Debra Oscar Hillard and Kim, and of Rockport, Indiana visited James Hillard were guests relatives here Sunday af- Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. ternoon. Burl Johnson and family. Mrs. Edna Taft visited her To report McHenry news, sister, Mrs. Barb Wallace, contact Mrs. Hubert Sunday afternoon. Hillard, 274-7368. Homecoming At Echols Old Echols and No. 19 your old school friends and School's homecoming will relatives. be held Sunday, July 29. The homecoming will Basket lunch will be served be held at the Echols Baptist at 12:30. Come and invite Church. ALUMINUM SIDING STOP PAINTING No Money Down - 5 Years To Pay " REYNOLDS .4 for better building prflucts m jl ALUMINUM', PHONE 684-2355 Call Collect Person To Person: Gene Bovvlds or Bill Clark or write Reynolds Aluminum, P.O. Box 1005, Owensboro, Kentucky 42301 !; /i 'ii //i; iiii:!!iiii!!iill . ..:" :@:: ; ;: :i::: ::: :: :' :=::::: i:. :i:: ,:. Miss Mary Susan Baldwin Mary Baldwin To Wed Charles I/aught In-A Mr. and Mrs. Harden Hollister Baldwin of Aliceville, Alabama, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Susan, to Charles H. Vaught, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Vaught of Beaver Dam. Miss Baldwin is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Warren Baldwin of Cochrane, Alabama, and Mrs. Bessie Halsell and the late Mr. Charles Marshall Hallsell of Panola, Alabama. She at- tended the University of Lizzie Ford O.E.S. To Meet Alabama, Institute Cultural Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico, and is a senior at Livingston University. Mr. Vaught is the grand- son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison Vaught of Ohio County, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Casebier of Owensboro. He received his B.A. from Kentucky Wesleyan graduate Kentucky he was a Kappa fraternit professor Livingston The Aliceville Church on WALT! Monday Night Jim Spencer The Lizzie Ford Chapter I 416, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Monday night, July 9, at 7:30 to have their regular business meeting. The meeting zs also to honor past worthy matrons and patrons. All are urged to come by the worthy matron, Mamie Lauterwasser. "The most important thing today is fill your pre RICE DRUGS EMBRY VALLEY SHOPPING CENI"EFI BEAVER DAM, KY. : FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES VISll :: Ohio County Locke : WASHERS -- DRYERS e : "World Famous For Dependability" :: Kelvtna : tot :: Oldest Maker Of Refrigerators !or The H opt ! Air Conditioners O Dlsh Wa : * Home Freezers . Ranges : Beaver Dam :K..,uck, We Service The Appliances We Sell., :oeeeeeeeeoeoeeeeeeeoooeooooeeeeeoeeoeeeeeeoeoeeeo O00w