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i;(: "jl / /: i ?i !i i~ i/i THE OHIO COUNTY Your Pktgro Ilowspopor HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1968 9 Mr. Onls Morris and Mrs. Pauline Henderson attended the funeral of Mr. Shelby Fulkerson at New Burgh, Indiana Wednesday. Mr. Fulkerson was the step son of Mrs. Viola Fulker- son. Several from here at- tended the funeral of Mr. Evin Howell, Saturday, at Beaver Dam. Mr. Howell was formerly of this county. $*$ Mr. Floyd Morris of Louisville spent a few days wlth relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Howell visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howell over the weekend. $$) Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Weedman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weedman and child- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Jtmmie B. Weedman, Mr. and Mrs. T. Geary and children, all of Louisville, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. andMrs. Claude Weed- man, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Huff and Sharon visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Allen, in Owensboro over the weekend. $*$ Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Weedman, Mr. and Mrs. T. Geary and children of Louisville are camping at the Ken Coal Lake this week. $$111 Mr. and Mrs. Burl John- son and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tuttor Moore and family and Mrs. Verniece Trail, of Beaver Dam visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Johnson Sunday, Mr. Carlos Allen visited relatives in Louisville last week. Mr. Sam Morris and children, Mrs. Ethel King all of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baize of Beaver Dam visited Mr. and Mrs. Clida Morris over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole and daughter of Louisville are spending their vaca- tion at a summer resort here. Mrs. Brenls Mosleycon- trlbuted to the Falrvlew 8 Mrs. C. B. Lyons and sister, Mrs. Alien, and Bill Lyons called on the Jess Fords recently. nklb* Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ford and children visited with Mrs, Sue Ford on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Wade, Mrs. Lizzie Cooksey, Mr. and Mrs. Archle Beatty, Evelyn Ferguson, and Mrs. Roger Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Morris and Penny, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chapman, all called at the Doug Ford home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cortus Mc- Cormick stpent the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Winkle and Henry Wallace one day recently. *$$ Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Porter of Mill Shoals, Illi- nois and Paul Grant of Louisville visited the Claude Fords from Sat- urday untll Monday. Paul remained for a few weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Walker are on vacation. Mrs. Alma Miller and Mrs. Claude Ford are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Butlche Ford and three girls and Mr. and Mrs. Jackle Ford and son are on vacation. Mrs. Ruby Ford and Mrs. Sue Ford called on Mrs. Claude Ford Thursday. Danny Beatty, who has been visiting his aunts and grandfather for the past four weeks, returned home Saturday ntght. Mr. and Mrs. Denton Harder's daughter Jumped down from the truck and broke her foot recently. Blemmer Porter visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duggin and Mr. and Mrs. Hender- son Duggin and Shellte Cummings last Saturday. Mrs. Doris Young Phone 298-3982 WeeKend visitors of Mr. . .... 0 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wells and Paula of Troy, Michi- gan visited Mrs. Carrie Reed from Monday till Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Opal Luce and her daughters, Mrs. Norms Douglas, and children, Sherrie and David, and Mrs. Ruby Nelson and chil- dren, Dale and Jamie Lynn of Hammond are spending July at Mrs. Luce's place in Goshen. Mr. and Mr. Golden Shown of Central City vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Hollon Shown Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peach of Central City were guests of Mrs. Carrie Reed last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boone vacationed in East- ern Kentucky last week. It. (Jr. Grade) and Mrs. Joe Burgess and little daughter, Grace Elizabeth, of Oak ttarbor, Washington are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bur- gess, his sister, Vickl, and grandmother, Mrs. Maur- ins Wilson. Mrs. Ernest Jones, Ernes- tine and Jane of Corydon, Indiana, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor, and Mary Mrs. Dean Gray ,ocial Mr. Orlet Carter andMr. Boyd Carter of La Port, Indiana and Mrs. Goldle Heltsley of Owensboro visited Wednesday after- noon with Mrs. Kate Tooley. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Fulton were Mrs. Myrtle Eimore, McHenry and Mrs. Elzora Elmore of Caneyvllle, Ken- tucky. Those in the hospital at this time are Mr. Roy Smith, Greenville, Mrs. Tens Gray, Hartford, and Mrs. Corn Brown, Hart- ford. Mrs. Roy Fuller, Mr. Earl Porter, and Mr. J.A. Wilson have returned home from the hospital and are Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmy Smith and son of Marion, Indiana visited last week Family Reunion Held were - Mr,. and The annual Westerfteld Westerfteld s thi Family Reunion was held children, grandchild~ar Sunday, July 21 at Evans- and daughters- and so ville near the home of Mr. in law. and Mrs. L. B. Westerfield.The reunion is held eadl Fifty people were in year on the 3rd SundaY attendance, Among them August. :i " lrs, Blair ,,; Celebrates Birthdail) Mr. and Mrs. Truman Everley and Tommy spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowe and Mike of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Fulk- erson and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fulkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Four and children of Calument City, Indiana visited last week with Mrs. Oddie Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Singleton. Mrs. Oddie Singleton returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fulkerson to stay a few weeks. Mrs. Arther McCombsis visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bee Peters in Pleasure Ridge Park, Kentucky. $~111 Mrs. Bee Peters of Plea- Mrs. Sue Blair brated her 84th day with a birthday at the home of Mrs. Otis Johnson, July 21st. Guests Mrs. Opal Luce, Norma Douglas and ren, Sherie and David, Ruby Nelson, damle Lynn, of Indiana, Mr. and Marvin Allen, Mr. andMrs. Glen and Kenny, of near Me: town, Mrs. Madeltne and Miss Sue Wade, ford, Mr. and Mrs. Luce, Beaver Damn, and Mrs. "Cracker" son and children, Misses Sherrie and Johnson, Beaver Darn. with Mr. and Mrs. Ray sure Ridge Park visited Ray Smltla. *** Smith. *** Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Fulton *** .A Mr. andMrs. DaveFord Kitchens- Friday. They visitedMr. Mrs. Louise left Friday with their son Mr. and Mrs. Netter Roy Smith who is lnGreen- Mr. and Mrs. Fred ~,,~t and daughter-in-law, Mr. Heater, Louisville, and ville Hospltal~. born, Lettchfleld, viS~2 and Mrs. tloytte Ford, Lex-Wedding changed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Billy ington, to visit theirdaugh- visited Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. Alney Byrd spent born and Sheila Sttnaa'; ters and families, Mr. and served as honor attendant. Janett Embry. the day Sunday with Mr. *** ~. The wedding ceremony of Serving as bridesmaid was *** and Mrs. C.Bg,Fulton. Mr. andMrs. JimI Miss Barbara Kitchens and Miss Eleanor Crume of Mrs. Stanley Mason of and children, LoulSVi Mr. Earl Dean Gray was Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Paducah spent Saturday t Mrs. JanettEmbryspent s ent Thursday with solemnized on June 16, at The attendants' gowns of night with Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with Mr. and ~te Tooley. -They ~" Lou of St. Matthews. 3:30 p.m. at the Beaver ice pink silk organza Junior Devine and family.-Mrs. Russell Bolton, Nel- lnroute to Texas. *** Dam Baptist Church. trimmed with moss green *** son, Kentucky. *** Mr. and Mrs. James Parengs of the b tde are velvet ribbon were lash- Mrs. Alice Mason and *** Sp. 4IshmelTaylor Moore and children of Mr. ,and Mrs. G. W. loned In an empire design Marllyn Hunsaker visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen Davis Taylor and son from Henderson visited his par- Kitchens, Beaver Dam, with modified bell sleeves. Mrs. Judy Decker Saturday and daughter of Louisvilleare visiting Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kentucky. Parents of the Each wore a butterfly veilafternoon, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I.E. Taylor Moore, last week,~ ......... ar~* Mr.' " groom and Mrs. of pink' illusion attached *** Lloyd Gray of Untontown, to a pearlcomb and carried Kentucky. , bouquets of pink carnations Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Bur- gess and Vickt and Mrs. Maurine Wilson and it. (Jr. Grade) and Mrs. Joe Burgess and little daugh- ter,Grace Elizabeth, of Oak Harbor, Washington, met Mr. and Mrs. James Acquavlva and children, Pare, Jimmy, and Cathy of Athens, Georgia, at the Lookout Mountains, Chat- tanooga, Tennessee, Sun- Reverend Wesley lqan- and daisies. son, pastor of the Hartford Dr. Jimmy Burden of Baptist Church, and Rev- Hartford, Kentucky served erend Glenn Armstrong, as best man. Groomsman pastor of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church officiated, over the double ring service. Baskets of white mums, gladioli, and daisies were arranged about the altar. Sprays of greenery urns- was Mr. Jimmy Gray of St. Louis, Missouri, bro- ther of the groom and Mr. Richard Gray of Lexington, Kentucky, brother of the groom and Mr. Don Belcher of Nashville, Tennessee, cousin of the bride, served Cemetery this week. and Mrs. Wendell Young, day for a picnic lunch andmented the candlelabras Thanks to the ones who Patty, Sharon and Vlcki family get-together, which heki white tapers. have been so mindful in were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian *** A program oforgan this worthy cause. Burton, Mrs. Ins Faye Rev. and Mrs. Charlie music was presented by *** Jamlson, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel of Fort Pierce, Flu-Mr. Lores Tlce of Bowling Mr. Roger Dale Worley Green, Kentucky. The soloist, Mr. Jim Jones of of Louisville is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Worley this week. $*$ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dean Russell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Euntce Far- mer and Audrey of Ads- burg, Miss Nancy Thump- son of Owensboro, Mr. Robert Ferguson, Mr. Fe- rlda visited friends and re- latives in Beaver Dam on Tuesday, including his aunt, Mrs. Alice Daniel, and her sister, Mrs. Lottle Morris. Bowling Green, Kentucky, sang "Wedding Song' by Schuetz and "The Lord's Prayer' by Peeters. as ushers. Also ushering were Mr. Larry Danlels and Mr. Clifton Funk both of Hartford, Kentucky. Mrs. Kitchens, mother of the bride, wore a blue em- broidered linen dress with white accessories. Her corsage was a single white orchid. Mrs. Gray, mother of Embry and Mr. and Mrs. llx Cannon, Mr. Milton *** The adult choir of the the groom, was attired in U Clodus Embry of Louis- Smith, Miss Sharon Crow- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hartford Baptist Church a mint green dress of vllle visited relatives here der and Miss Telta PorterLonnte lJurgess and Ruby presented the arrangementbonded crepewtthmatchlng rse over the weekend, of Owensborog. Nell Burgess Sunday were 0 Lord Most Holy" by accessories. She wore a Pictured above is this ear's raduatin class of the Ken u ,,,, Mr. and lrs. Dowell Toy- Franck. ,, single white orchid. ....... Y g g_ - t cky Baptist H Mr. (;arson Morris, and Mrs. Vada Stogner, Mr. lot of Bowling Green and The hymns of Love Immediately following cnoot st r ursmg, .omsville. Miss Elaine Dennis, daughter of Mrs. Virginia v-tl Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Caleb Boswell little Miss Kim Laws of Divine" by Wesley and "O the ceremony, a reception of Beaver Dam and the late Mr. James Dennis, is pictured in the front row, I0 t , Morris visited Mr. and went vlsltlng in Indiana a Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Master Let Me Walk With was held in the church from the left. She has assumed a position at the Kentucky Baptig Hospital as a , Mrs. Billy Morris at few days,. They visited Mr. Taylor also visited his ms- Thee" by Gladden-Smith basement. The bride's table tereo nurse. ,,~ Louisville Sunday. Boswell s sister, Mrs. Royther, Mrs. ;swell Taylor. were sung by the congre- featured a centerpiece of *** Ford of Highland, Indiana. *** cation. As part of the white daisies and car- U ul Oelulrnl| OwensboroDaviessCounty Mrs. Marvin Huff Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole Then they visited Mr. Bus- Mr. and Mrs. Basil Ke- dedicatory theme, thesym-nations. The four-tier II1 11111|U Hospital. *** J. Sapp. *** and daughter and Mr. and well's sons, Mr. and Mrs. own returned home last bolic Communion Service wedding cake was cut in Mr. and Mrs. Jett John- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cltda Morris and Paxton Boswell and family Wednesday from visiting followed the exchange of the traditional manner by Onts Morris were the and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. their daughter, Mrs. Lee vows. the bride and groom. M n son are now residing on Ivan Grant over the dinner guests of Mr. Roy Boswell and family of Wht-Dew, Mr. Dew and Steph- The bride, given in mar-Assisting at the reception 1111 1N O the farm of Denver Hurt end were Mr. andd Morris and daughter, tins, Indlanag** ante, in Jonesboro, Arkan-rinse by her father, worewas Mrs. Homer Crume in their new trailer. David Grant and Ms; i Pauline, Thursday. sos. *** a gown of ivory peau de of Beaver Dam and Mrs. Mrs. Donnie Howell Louisville, KentuckY;ann ''-f uests were Mr Mrs. Opal Melton enter- sole with chapel train. The Jimmy Burden of Hartford.Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Donnie Howell i R0berts Announce tatned wlthahousewarm- Mr. andMrs. C.T.Young bodice, trimmed with Miss Maria Smaltz, dau- Mrs. Earl Sapp Sunday vtsltedMr andMrs Edwin Tommy Oeary oz '-"" B Ins party in honor of Mrs.returned home Sunday from pearls and sequins, was ghter of Mr. andMrs. Hugh were Rev. Gunn of Gra-- Howell Sunday. " bore. Orval Jamlaon. The hun- their trip to Texas. Styled with scoop neckline Smaltz of Hartford, Ken- ham, Kentucky, Mr. and *** ----- .... Irth Of SOIl oree received many love= and long fitted sleeves. A tacky presided at the guest Mrs L B Cottrelland son Guests of Mr and Mrs. 'i i ly gifts. Refreshments of ~ flower petal crown ac- re~lster. ' " ' " *** Beaver Dam. Other .uests Marion Evans Sunday were ldPj' cake, coffee andpunchwere cented with seed pearls For travel, the bride were Mrs. Thelma Norris Mr and Mrs. Paul Embrv Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van enjoyed by all. and Mammouth Cave. Miss held her fingertip veil of chose a white linen suit and" Mrs. Wllam Martin of "Beaver Dam and Mr'. Hill and. daughter5 Roberts of Beaver Dam announce the birth of a *** Lisa Jamison accompanied tulle illusion. The bride with pink accessories. She and girls of Olaton, and and Mrs. Paul Smith of owlln.g.t.,r.een s idf0. son, July 11, at Bowling - them. Mr. Johnson is the carried a traditional bou- wore a corsage of pink Mrs. Elva Sapp of Owens- Louisville. any wlm Mr. a,,,- Green. He has beennamed "Mr. andMrs. DavidJohn- nephewof Mrffg (;amp. quet of white carnations,carnations, burs, and Mr. and Mrs. *** Roy Fuller. p . ~, Mark Anderson, and son of Indianapolis, Indianayr. and Mrs. Otis Stog- daisies, and stephanotls After a wedding trip to Neuta Sa p of Olaton Mr and Mrs l-'nlllp *** with streamers of white Canada, the couple are re- *** Embry have moved totheir .. Mrs. David _. weighed 9 pounds and 2 have been visiting Mr. andner have their grandson, lace. sidtn at 303 North Lafay- ,:' ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Boyd Camp from Stanley Huff returned new home near Dundee. t entral City, spent Roberts also have two Tuesday tlll Saturday. They little Chucky Weedman, Mrs. Raymond Lee ette Street, Beaver Dam, home Sunday after under- *** _ with her parents. It' other sons. all went to Kentucky Lake with them for a few days. Brown of San Antonlo, Kentucky. going surgery at the Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis / TWO LOCATIONS - HAIH BANK: HAIH STREET, BRANCH BANK: