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Waters by William J. Shull 17 Enter Competition For Miss Green River Electric Title T.. o..o TIMES Your Pklm Newspuw HARTFORD, KENTUCKY JULY 5, 1973 13 Court News The Fulkerson Line of Dinah (Van Leevween) Derricksen, VOlkert and mother of Volkert Fulkard died in Nelson County, Kentucky, was: who was born circa 1620 in the s and there died. leaving one son in the person VanLeevween, who was-born the Netherlands; he died prior to June Queens County, New York; he nlarried Dinah, a daughter of Jan Janse, who was prob. in the Netherlands; she died prior to 1740 in Jamaica, Queens County, New York. Hendricksen VanLeevween removed from in the year 1670 where he engaged in his will it would appear he was an heir to the in Holland but never returned to that it. transactions it appears his estate in Was comfortable before his marriage to Dinah 1699, he sold to John Wollsey of Jamaica, some County land. his holdings in New York, he joined in a Theodorus Polhemus, Startle Probasco, Hendrick Lott, Jacques Corteleou, Tunis•, on November 17, 170f, now Long Island, from John Harrison, 17,540 acres in the "Jerseys". "A lot in Counties along Milstone River - Brook, George Willoks, Peter Corteleou, (Veghte), the road from Piscataway to the River, and the rear of the Raritan 2,1921/z acres. Lhe "Jerseys". Frederick, 1,250 acres in the land directly across the present (1973) road Mile Cemetery in Somerset County, New Union were: 1682 and died 1755. He married Catrina -- April 29, 1686; married Jacob Probasco. April 30, 1689; married April 18, 1713 in New Jersey. December 9, 1694; died after 1760; to Volkert Derricksen. October 30, 1713 to Jan Stryker. rllarried (post) 1712 to Everett Van Wicklen. John Doelant. not marry. on various documents as: Van l Lieu, Van Leow, Van Leau, Van Leevwen, VanLoevw,Van Liew, and others. is: Lo,ve. Leevween's will: November of God, Amen, I, Frederick Hendricksen Van in Queens County, Gentleman, being I leave the use of all my estate, real and wife, Dinah, which is not already given to sale, also 150 pounds sterling, and she is with my daughters in all my "But among my children." And my daughters: Greta, Dinah, Elizabeth, & ' are married, or of age, equal to what my Probasco hath received. After my wife's ands and meadows and rights are to my children. If my wife should die daughter is capable of earning her own is to be allowed for her bringing-up." If John, Henry and Frederick should die the rest shall inherit his share. As I have son Frederick, by Deed Land in the Jerseys I POunds sterling, "And when he shall come of his land in ye Jerseys, my son, Henry, is to Year's Board if he is single." My estate in it be obtained, is to be divided among my fi, 1726. f God, Amen. I, Dinah Hendricksen Van in Queens County, widow of Fredrick Leow, I leave all my estate to my Mary, wife of Jacob Probasco, of New wife of John Striker of New Jersey, Frederick, Elizabeth, wife and Altie, wife of John Dorland. And Will of my husband, Dated: November 19, Altie, wife of John Dorland, may have her share, as she has no children, to secure her one-sixth of the estate. are to choose which of my children they make my son Hendrick and my sons-in-law and John Striker, executors. Dated: June 4, 30, 1740 as wife of Volkert "Dirksen", thereby 'SOn-in-law by his patronymic under which marriage he was probably best known. Is In The Service Tichenor Agency Street, Hartford Phone 298-3242 Seventeen young ladies representing five of the six counties served by Green River Electric will compete for the title of Miss Green River Electric at its Annual Membership Meeting on July 7. Registration for the meeting will be held in the lobby of the Daviess County High School, beginning at 12:00 p.m. The swimsuit portion of the pageant will begin at 1:00 p.m. and the business meeting at 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium. J. R. Miller, general manager of the Owensboro based utility, will present the annual report during the business session. Ohio County contestants who have entered are Rebecca Ruth Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Phillips, Route 3, Hartford;, a n d Lisa Ann Wilkins, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Wilkins, Route 4, Utica. Miss Wilkins is sponsored by the Beda Homemakers Club of Ohio County.Miss Phillips is sponsored by the Beaver Dam Evening Homemakers. She is 20 years old. Rebecca Ruth Phillips Other contestants include Rhonda Gall Vanover of Calhoun, Kimberley Marie Mangin of Route 2, Utica, Kathy Lynn Gish of Rum- sey, Suzanne Murdock of Calhoun, Cheryl Lynn Brown of Hawesville, Judy Darlene Bartley of Daviess County, Vicki Jo Wiley of Webster County,Vickie Elaine Conrad of Sacramento, Lisa Janien Cabal of Lewisport, Christina May Morgan of Daviess County, Mary Lisa Ann Wilkins Katherine Hobbs of Hawesville, Lois Elaine Whitaker of Calhoun, Shelia Lou Williams of Philpot, Debra Ann Cotton of McLean County, and Beverly Gay Taylor of Livermore. Strengznen The Walls Of Your Home In a time when crime and juvenile delinquency are increasing, when social and political isues match father against son, mother against daughter and divorce courts find their ugly respon- sibilities growing by leaps and bounds, the Mormon Church looks to the family for peace and tranquility. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon), have devised a unique way of bringing the family together at least one night a week. They call it "Family Home Evening". The program is a practical thing where communication is open, where active participation by all family members is encouraged and where by families can learn and share and grow together. Bishop Richard Anthony who presides over Mormon Church activities in the area has said, "The family home evening program is an in- valuable opportunity for : : : : :- T.C. Sanderfur i :Farm Bureau Ins.: : Life - Blue Cross . .  : Fwe. Auto " Phone 298-7354 l ;U U_. '_'A'...A.A.. s :oeeeeeoeeooe•eeeoeeooooeeee: • CORDS -°e eoooeo••eeeeo•eooeoeooeoe•oo • BATTERIES • • Hearing aid users : !will be pleased to learn : :that we now carry a i ! complete line of hearing ! : aid supplies. It is no: : longer necessary to" : obtain batteries and " cords from "hard to" : reach" resources. Visit: :our hearing aid:. i department at your first : : opporttmity, i ) • We are happy to offer this service for the i convenience of hearing ! : aid users. ! Spinks Pharmacy i Hartford, Kentucky : Beaver Dam : • D g.-"o : • rU . • Beaver Dam, Kentuc ooo•ooo o•••eoe•ooeeeeooovoe• families to unite them- selves, to bridge generation gaps, and to maintain communication between parents and children." The idea of a family home evening is of course non- denominational, even athiests can have a family home evening. A family home evening manual is also provided for those families who may have forgotten how to spend a night together without the presence of Dean Martin or the Beverly Hillbillies. Because of interest in the Hartford community, the church has made the manual and further in- structions available through young missionaries, Elders Jibson and Hales, who are taking the program to the door of each home in the area. READ'S POTATO SALAD oz 3/=1°° BUDDIE PEAS ................... ..... 15' DAD'S ROOT BEER ..................... 49' MORTON SALT ........................ 10 ) VAN CAMP PORK AND B 16 oz € EANS ..................... ....4/69 SCHICK PLAT. PLUS INJ. (SAVE 30 €) BLADES ................... .... 68' PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE ............... .... 35' HALO (SAVE 30') SHAMPOO 39' PRICES GOOD JULY 5, 6, 7, 1973 Thelma's Rockport - 274-3871 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Richard Laverne Bland, reckless driving, amended to speeding, 50 mph in 35 mph zone, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. William Martin Terry, no inspection sticker, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, fine suspended, paid $19. Kenneth Ray Ashford, improper start from parked position, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. Phillip D. Rowan, speeding, amended to 65 mph, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, fine suspended, paid $19. John Coleman Wester- field, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, beth fine and cost suspended. Oather Whittaker, wor- thiess check, plea of guilty, $10, cost $26, fine suspended, paid $26. Harlen V. Phelps, over- weight, plea of guilty, $19, cost $19, paid $38. James Wilford Pharris, drunk in public place, plea of guilty, 20 days in jail, suspended on condition he attend 20 meetings of Green River Com- prehensive Care. Leon Bratcher, improper start from parked position, plea of guilty, $I0, cost $19, paid $29. Don Woodford, worthless check, plea of guilty, $I0, cost $26, satisfied com- plaintant, fine suspended, paid $26. Marion Daugherty, no operator's license, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. Marion Carl Daugherty, no operator's license, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. Marion Carl Daugherty, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. COUNTRY PLATTER Randy Lee Adams, driving from side to side on highway, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. (lqt, et, I $ Louis De Carolis, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. Joseph Dwight Black- burn, overweight, plea of guilty, $100, cost $19, paid $119. Arnett Brown, over- weight, plea of guilty, 0, cost $19, paid $39. Johnny E. Camplin, improper registration, phm of guilty, $20, cost $19, paid $39. Cecil Phillips Reynolds, Jr., operating on revoked license, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, paid $29. Jamie Milligan, no Kentucky cab card, plea of guilty, $19, cost $19, paid $38. Robert Ray Harvey, reckless driving, plea of guilty, $10, cost $26, fine suspended, paid $26. John Barton Nunn II, following another passenger vehicle too close, plea of guilty, $10, cost $19, fine suspended, paid $19. James F. Matthews, Jr., speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $26, paid $36. The Mildred Fisher in last week's court news is not Mrs. Ernest Fisher of 1127 Clay Street, Hartford. LOSE u=, "'FAT" Water retention is a major prollllem with many overweight people. 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