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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY, JULY 5, 1973 11 /ij!!i ::ii! ? ::::!:i::, - i:: + Mrs. John Martin Spellman !:!: Pile-- Spellman Pile Iowa. University of Iowa, where Martin Rev. Jack Savage, a he graduated in May. tUrday, June Methodist minister, perfor- The bride is a grand- of her med the ceremony, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Miss Judith Pile was her Raymond D. Ridley of bylon, New ." tgr&apos;s maid of honor. Dr. Princeton. George Spellman, Jr., was [ , ....  .. is theson his brothers best man. Eliza and her mother George Both the bride and the lived in Hartford while her Sioux City, bridegroom attended the father was in service. No Creek Personals Were guests of Mr. and at their here. and I PasoTexas, and Mr. Owensboro, ary Boyd. Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Phillips to the Community. Mrs. Alex Bell has received the announcement of a baby girl born June 26th to Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Bishop of Tucson, Arizona. Tommie is a great nephew of Mrs. Bell and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bishop of Tucson, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kirk of here and Mr. and Mrs. Dimond Westerfield of Hartford attended the singing at Beech Valley Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dena Atherton of Owensboro is seriously ill at Owensboro Daviess County Hospital. She is a sister to Mr. Jim Bell. Mr. Earl Bishop Jr. is ill at St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop Sr. To report No Creek news, contact Earl Bishop, 298- 7389. H,J. REAGAN 275-4450 about Lafayette Life's plan that Your dollars do DOUBLE DUTY, mail the cup. to: b,,.. litter & Associates Insurance Fredorica. Owensboro, Ky. 42301 Phone 684-H05 qJqbqjqjqjqjOoo 0 oo o o o o o o Oo O0OO00OOO0OOOOOOOOOO oeoeoeooooooooooooooooooe oooooooo we4ooe o i! ] Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Lee Shields James --- Shields Miss Tonja Lee James became the bride of Mr. Ricky Lee Shields June 29 at 7 p.m. at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church. Rev. Glenn Armstrong, pastor of the church officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Simon H. James of Beaver Dam and Mrs. Virginia Shields of Edmonson County are parents of the couple. Organ music was presented by Mrs. Edna Taylor. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a white floor length gown of polyester organdy with an attached cathedral train. The gown was an A- line dress fashioned with an empire waistline with Camelot sleeves that ex- tended to bridal points over her hands. The gown was edged with Venis lace. Her elbow length veil was at- tached to a seed pearl tiara and edged with identical Venise lace trim. She carried a white sain Bible her mother had carried at her wedding, the Bible was topped with a white orchid and baby's breath tied with white satin ribbon with lover's knots and lily of the valley. Miss Martha Lee Loney, maid of honor, wore a floor length gown patterned in floral pink. She also wore a pink picture hat and short pink gloves and carried a pink nosegay. Best man was William Mrs. James Ross of Campbellsville spent Monday night with her mother, Mrs. Ellis Roeder. They attended a youth concert at the Second Baptist Church in Green- ville. Mrs. Roeder's granddaughter is a member of the youth choir. Ac- companying Mrs. Roeder and Mrs. Ross were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnston. and Mrs. Agnes Coffman of Centertown. Our 6 People Jump... Out of bed Hit the shower Brush their teeth Fix breakfast Pack the lunches Kiss the kids Hit the road Park the car Punch the clock Start to smile and Open the doors.. just hoping you'll come in BANK OF DUNDEE Phone 276-3631 Minton, a cousin of the groom. Serving as ushers were Donald Ford of Horse Branch, brother-in-law of the bride, and Orice Jar- nigan of Beaver Dam. A reception was held at 8 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents. Decorations in the home included blue and white carnations and blue and white wedding bells. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lee Loney and Miss Martha Loney. Guests were registered by Mrs. Donald Ford, sister of the bride, and Miss Joyce Shields, sister of the groom. Mrs. James chose for her daughter's wedding a long purple gown with an orchid corsage. Out of town guests at the wedding included Mrs. Valora Cairnes, aunt of the bride, and Dorothy Cairnes, cousin of the bride of New Castle, Indiana, Mrs. Goldie Selby, grandmother of the bride, ofWinslow, Indiana, Mrs. Geneva Johnson,great- aunt of the bride, of Petersburg, Indiana. The couple will reside in Beaver Dam. A pre-wedding shower was given by Joyce Shields, Martha Loney and Carol McDaniel at the bride's home with seventeen of the bride's friends in at- tendance. Refreshments of cake and punch were ser- ved. Games were played and prizes won by Debby Dockery, Mrs. Betty Loney and Mrs. Maye Dockery. ::::::.:::<: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lynn Lake Boyd -- The Beaver Dam Baptist Church was the scene of the 7:30 p.m. wedding June 22 of Bridget Lynn Boyd and Wesley Lynn Lake. Of- ficiating at the candlelight ceremony was Rev. Glenn Armstrong, pastor of the church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Buster) Boyd. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Grace Boyd of Centertown. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dale Lake of Hartford. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Roset Lake of Hart- ford. The couple exchanged vows in an altar setting with a fifteet-branch can- Rockport J00ersonals Mr. and Mrs. Rodfer dinner in honor of his Wilson, Valley Station, mother Mrs. Cecil Curtis. Kentucky, were guests of his Those attending were Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. J.A. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis and Wilson Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. David Moore. Sunday. - .... ..... Mr. Henry Meredith Mrs. Lorene Beck is Louisville, visited, his spending sometime with her parents and sister Saturday, daughter and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Jimmy Hawkins in Meredith and Amy. Tampa, Florida. - .... Mr. Wavy Wade West- ville, Indiana called on Mr. Mrs. Maggie Elder still and Mrs. Elwood Stewart remains a patient at the and Mrs. Truman Everley Ohio County Hospital. Her Friday. son Forest from Louisville, " .... Mr. and Mrs. Edd has been spending some time with her and his sister Spurlock and Emma, Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Billy Brown and BuckieStewart. Mrs. Bob Manasco and children left Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie vacation in Eastern Ken- Curtis and family. Central tucky to visit relatives and City. entertained Wed- friends. nesdaynightwitha birthday Kathy. Troy, and Mark Taylor Sebree. are spending t-'--.T'---. -'--! " several days with their i0101"" i grandparents, Rex,. and I Mrs. Edgar Taylor, and I RCA Fie/or ! Gloria. :SALES A,O SERVIC00 ..... Mrs. George Devine was admitted to the Ohio County 0 BILL HIMES 0 Hospital Saturday. She has O APPLIANCE O pneumonia. We wish her a speedy recovery. i t ..... i WeSe[v/ceOutOw i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bowers , Rantorel, Illinois, 0 HIGHWAY 23] O spent Saturday night with sa;t-xoe0  Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chan- -9..oo cell0r. Lake delabraaccented by two white doves. Altar baskets in brass stands contained white snapdragons, pink daisies and baby's breath. Music for the service was presented by Mrs. Donald Hazelrigg of Vine Grove, Kentucky. She played the wedding march, "Color My World", "Killing Me Sof- tly", "You 've Got a Friend" and "We've Only Just Begun". Soloist was Mrs. Garth Johnson of Beaver Dam, cousin of the bride, who sang "The Wedding Song", "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "The Lord's Prayer". She was ac- companied by Mrs. Larry Farmer at the piano. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a formal gown fashioned of crystal organza over taffeta alencon lace forming the standing heckling and cuffs of the Camelot sleeves. A bias. band marked the empire waistline above the controlled skirt which featured a chapel length train which was bordered in lace. A Camelot hat secured her bouffant illusion veil. Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and daisies with a touch of pink sweetheart roses, centered with a white orchid which was used as a going away corsage. Miss Bess Tichenor was maid of honor. She wore a floor length dress fashioned of ice pink dotted swiss over taffeta. Venise lace ent- wined with ribbon formed the high neckline, cuffed the long sleeves and marked the waistline of the pinafore bodice designed with an A- line skirt. She wore a garden hat in matching color with satin streamers and carried a colonial bouquet of pink daisies and baby's breath. Bridesmaids were Miss Angle Coots and Miss Paula Tichenor. Their gowns and hats were identical in design to that of the maid of honor. They also carried similar colonial bouquets. Dwight Leach of Hartford was best man. Groomsmen were John Paul May and Roger Stewart. Ushers were Ricky Norsworthy and Billy Barnwell. The bride's mother wore a dress of pastel green with sheer sleeves accented with pearl trim at the neckline and cuffs. She wore mat- ching shoes and an orchid corsage. The groom's mother wore a beige and white knit full length dress with a lace bodice and lace around the hem of the skirt. She also wore an orchid corsage. Serving at the guest register was Miss Sandra Eskridge, and at the gift table was Mrs. Kermit Tubb of Louisville, a cousin of the bride. Immediately following the wedding, a reception was given in the fellowship hall of the church where the bridal party greeted the guests. Mrs. Larry Farmer presented piano music at the reception. The couple are residing in Wallace Apartments in Beaver Dam after a three- day honeymoon at Kentucky Dam Village. Showers for the bride began with one given by Miss Paula Tichenor assisted by Miss Hilda Stewart, Miss Cindy Spencer, Miss Bess Tichenor, Miss Terri Car- penter, and Miss Debbie Kavanaugh. Twenty-five close friends of the honoree were present with others sending gifts. The bride's colors of pink and white were featured. On June 7 a miscellaneous shower was given in the fellowship hall of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church featuring tlae bride's colors of pink and white at the serving table and the gift table. Hostesses were Mesdames Marvin Ferguson, O. D. Rogers and Ralph Gardner. Assisting the bride-elect with her gifts were Mrs. J. B. Speed and Miss Angie Coots. The Good Time Campers Club surprised the bride and groom with a miscellaneous shower and dinner in the dining hall at Sheffield's on June 2 with 24 guests present. Hostesses were Mrs. Ernest McConnell and Mrs. J. C. Eskridge. Pink and white, the bride's colors, were featured for the bridal shower given at Sheffield's dining hall with 25 guests attending. Hostesses were Mesdames W. C. Wallace, C. E. Taylor, Mitzi Chinn, Neal Cooper, and Robert Norsworthy.