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... o.,o TIMES ow Pktm wmNr HARTFORD, KENTOCKY, AOGOST2, 1973 8 Shelby Wilson Bernard Crowe Joe Sims Otho Wilson Myrtle Wells "Voices In The Floyd R ichards Bernard Crowe, 67, of Joe H. Sims, 70, of Otho C. Wilson, Sr. 69, of Mrs. Myrtle Wells, 70, of Route 3, Central City, died Newburgh, Indiana died 3671Poweil Ave., Louisville, 5817 lCvergreen . Street, Is Leaving Television Friday at the Muhlenberg early Friday at Deaeonm died 'tuesday July 24 at the Portage, Indiana, died early County Hospital, Greenville. Hospital in Evansville. He Jewish Hospital. Sunday at Porter Memorial Born March 9, 1906 in Ohio was a retired employee of He was born in Ohio Hospital, Portage, Indiana, County, he was a son of the the International Steel County on July 5, 1904, the after a lengthy illness. She The South's longest the sole late James Harrison and Company, Evansville and son of Charles and Nellie was born February 18, 1903 sponsored gospel director in Myrt Wilson Crowe. He was was a member of Mt. Oliver Wilson. He was a retired in Ohio County. television singing show is hosting the a member of the .Christian Baptist Church in employee of the Creasy Co. Surviving are her leaving the air for a much premiered the Church and a veteran of Newburgh. in Louisville, Ky. and a husband, Corbert Wells, needed rest. in Louisville World War II. Surviving are a son, member of the Suburban Portage, Indiana; three "The Voices in the granted a to Surviving are eight Raymond Sims of Prin- Masonic Lodge. sons, Claude White, Wilderness" television program brothers, Berney, and ceton; a daughter, Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Whitesville, Jack White, production featuring the to do so. A Denver, both of Louisville, Mary L. Holt of Princeton; a the former Emma D. Ash- Clyde, New York and Clyde Oak Ridge Boys, Statesmen station has Milton of McHenry, Edwin step-son, Glennis Durrall of by; three daughters, Mrs. White, Jr., of Schererville, and Thrashers finished the show. of Chrisney, Indiana, Ed- Central City; a step- Harold Hildebrand, Mrs. Indiana; three daughters, three years of paid Shelby Wilson, 66, ofFalls Floyd Richards, 80, of ward, James and James H. daughter, Mrs. Louise William Slayton and Mrs. Mrs. Adele Whitley, Me- telecasting in Bowling of Rough died early Thur- Route 2, Hardinsburg died Jr., all of Indianapolis, Morris of South Carrolton; Ford Hibbard; two sons, Daniels, Kentucky, Mrs. Green on July 29. Casey sday at St. Anthony's late Thursday at Indiana and three sisters, three sisters, Mrs. Flora Otho C. Jr. and Cantrell C. Betty Ann Tichenor, Great TV air waveS Hospital in Louisville after a Breckinridge Memorial Mrs. Millie Moore and Mrs. Thompson of Beaver Dam, Wilson; his mother Mrs. Falls, Montana, and Mrs. The program captured the three months lengthy illness Hospital. Ovie Pierce, both of Mrs. Georgia Holly of Nellie Wilson, all of Patricia Redfern, Portage, Nielson number one rating go into the fall A son of the late Grayson He was a retired farmer Louisville and Mrs. Novie Graham and Mrs. Viola Louisville: 15 grandchildren Indiana. for WBKOTV on Sundays says, "TV is and Anna Sarva Wilson, he and a member of New Smith of Horse Branch. Vincent of Evansville; and one great grandchild;" Services were conducted with the established "'Voice demon( was a retired farmer and Bethel Baptist Church. Services were conducted seven grandchildren; seven four brothers, Clarence, at 2 p.m. -Tuesday at the 0fVictory"on prior to it and sawmill operator. He was a Surviving are his wife, at 4:30 Sunday at the step-grandchildren and six Howard, Wavie Wilson of Martin Funeral Home, the world-wide Rex Hum- top condition member of Pleasant Grove Mrs. MaymeRichards; four William L. Danks Funeral step-great-grandchildren. Louisville andRoyWilsonof Whitesville, by Rev. Ed bard ministry's "Cathedral whether you Masonic Lodge No. 803 F & sons, William, Deward and Home, Beaver Dam. Burial Services were conducted California. Suburban Calloway. Burial was in of Tomorrow" directly theradio, you AM. Lamar (Pete), all of Har- was in Leach Cemetery. at 3 p.m. Sunday at Oak Masonic Lodge No. 740 F & C a t e s C e m e t e r y, following Casey's show. y Surviving are his wife, dinsburg, and Herbert of Grove Baptist Church by AM. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson of Louisville'; four daughters, Falls of Rough; five softs, Mrs. William Robbins, Mrs. Hayward of Olaton, Marvin Norene Richards and Mrs. of Whitesville, G. W. and J. C. Smith, all of Har- Evert, both of Fordsville, dinsburg, and Mrs. Vic Chester Main Rev. Cletus Masterson and Suburban Masonic Lodge Hey. William Bullock, No. 740 F & AM conducted Burial was in the church services Wednesday at 7:30. Chester A. Main, 79, of cemetery. The Gary Funeral services were held 4810 Old Benton Road, Funeral Home, Greenville, at 1p.m. Friday at the Arch Whitesville. "The Voices in the no long Wilderness" rating was 2 to 1 over both established TV is a record Brady Duncan programs, to the Richard Casey, who and originated the series and Casey extends and Eugene of Falls of Sansota of Louisville; two Rough; four daughters, brothers, Bradley of Baptist Hospital late arrangements. Mrs. Deloris Coppage of Cloverport and Claude of Thursday. Born May 11, 1894 Meade County, Mrs. Anna Fordsville; one sister, Mrs. in Muhlenberg County, he Mary Farmer Marie Gwinn of Louisville, Maude Anderson of was the son of the late John T. and Margaret Baker Mrs. Mary Thompson of Hawesville; seven grand- Falls of Rough and Sandra children and seven great- Main. He was a retired Mrs. Mary Willie Knott Wilson of Owensboro; two grandchildren, electrician, a veteran of Farmer, 81, of Owensboro, brothers, William of Services were con- World War I and a member died early Sunday at Arkansas and Elmer of ducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at of the Methodist Church and National Health Enterprise Paducah died at Western was in charge of the L.Heady Funera' Home, Brady M. Duncan, 67, of also radio programs with the guests and 3601 Taylor Blvd. Louisville. 7131/2 West Second Street, the same name, has been this area for Conducted by the Rev. Owensboro, died late Arthur Woodruff. Burial Thursday at his residence. was in Louisville Memorial Born August 18, 1905 in Gardens. Ohio County, he was a son of the late Francis Duncan and Mungo A lbin Veola Davisson Duncan. He was a member of the Baptist church. ON VACATION FROM Falls of Rough; three New Bethel Baptist Church sisters, Mrs. Forest Wilson by Rev. Douglas Anderson, of Utica, Mrs. Robert Sloane pastor. The Harry L. and Mrs. Kenneth Lowe, Dhonau Funeral Home was both of Owensboro; 16 in charge of the grandchildren, arrangements. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Henry Lamb Phillips Funeral Home in Margaret the McHenry Lodge No. 8 F after a lengthy illness. Born Mungo Taylor Albin, 84 of Surviving are his wife, & AM. January 8, 1892 in Marion Sacramento died early Mrs. Ethel Turner Duncan; Surviving are his wife, County, Indiana, she was a Monday at Hopkins County two step-sons, R. C. Truner Mrs. Eva Craddock Main; member of SS. Joseph and Hospital in Madisonville. of Rockport, Indiana and two sons, John Thomas Paul Parish. Born inOhio County on Henry Turner of Owen- Main III of Winston-Salem, Surviving are three sons, September24, 1888, he was a sboro; one step-daughter, North Carolina and William William of Fordsville, Jim retired farmer and a Mrs. Helen Martin of Craddock Main Lexington; one daughter, Mrs. Fordsville by the Rev. Charles Payton, pastor of Henry F. Lamb, 85, of Robertson, Calvert City; 10 Owensboro and Mrs. Mary T. Albin, of Sacramento; grandchildren. Yeivington Baptist Church. Dundee died early Saturday grandchildren and four Lee Lemon, Parkersburg, four daughters, Mrs. Inez Services were conducted Burial was in Porter at the Ohio County Hospital sisters, Mrs. Muriel Espey, Virginia; 16 grandchildren Hamilton, Mrs. Pauline at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cemetery. Masonic ser- after a short illness. He was Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mrs. and 39 great-grandchildren. Extell, Mrs. Wilma Holland Haley-McGinnis and vices were held at the a retired farmer and con- Margret Taylor, all of Mrs. Sue Higgs, all of Owensboro Funeral Home funeral home. struction worker. Born in Beaver Dam and Mrs. Services were conducted Sacramento; a brother, by theRev. WilsonLofland, LaRue County, June 12, Katheline Baker, Alva, at l0a.m. Wednesday at the Clifton Albin of pastor of Eaton Memorial 1888, he was a son of the late Kentucky. St. Mary of the Woods Sacramento; two sisters, Baptist Church. Burial was Jack Hart John W. and Lula Bever Funeral services were C a t h o I i c C h u r c h, Mrs. Verda Johnson of in Rose Hill Cemetery. Lamb. conducted at 3:30 Sunday at Whitesville by Hey. Charles Sacramento and Mrs. Surviving are his wife, the William L. Danks Fischer. Burial was in the Bessie Hailer of Evansville; Jack Palmer Hart, 58, of Mrs. Hattie Lamb; four Funeral Home. Masonic church cemetery. Prayers 18 grandchildren and 31 Sadie St. Clair Route 3, Beaver Dam died daughters, Mrs. Opal graveside services and were said at the Martin ,reat-randchildren la tIb.sd., Owen- He,Nas, M,.bul.wa. in ,-. StmF(d  >.l'$\>re sbraavie i County Jesse Whiten ofouisville, "Cemetery. , ,,,. :-..x:u0aY ducted at 2 p m..Wed- Mrs. Ida St. Clair of Hop|" after a' lengthy Mrs. Htie Pllips of " "" ' ' nesday at the 'Tucker Dundee has received word illness, Owensboro and Mrs. Elbert Vernon Harder Julia Van Lahr M e m o r i a I C h a p e I, of the death of her sister-in- Born June 22, 1915 in Lake of Hartford; two sons, Sacramento by Rev. John law Mrs. Sadie St. Clair of Grayson County, he was a James of Hartford and Elvis son of the late Pikney B. and of Owensboro; a sister, Mrs. Vernon Ray Harder, 61, of Mrs. Julia Florence Van Lvelace, pastor of Cum- Las Vegas, New Mexico. Fordsville was pronounced Lahr, 94, of 1810 S. Griffith berland Presbyterian Mrs. St. Clair died Fannie Cotes Hunter Hart. Bell Clark of Fordsville; two dead on arrival early Avenue, Owensboro, died Church andRev.Kenneth Thursday and services were He was owner and operator brothers, Albert of Santa Saturday at the Owensboro- early Wednesday July 25, at Lovelace, pastor of First held in New Mexico. She of Hart's Restaurant and Cruse, California and Ellis garage, Beaver Dam, and of Dowagiac, Michigan. Payless County Hospital. her residence after a Methodist Church, was a former resident of was a member of Beaver Services were conducted Born March 12, 1912 in lengthy illness. Sacramento. Burial was in Dundee. Dam Masonic Lodge No. at 2 p.m. Monday at the Grayson County, he was the Born November 22, 1878 in S t a t i o n C e m e t e r y, 420. Duke Funeral Home, son of the late Ray and Ohio County, she was a Sacramento. Surviving are his wife, Dundee by the Rev. Arnett Annie Spears Harder. He daughter of the late William Bible School Mrs. Hazel Hart of Beaver Williams, pastor of Concord was employed by Glenmore and Margaret E. Wright Jesse Johnston Dam; one son, Jackie Hart Baptist Church and Rev. Distillery. Daniels. She was a former of Beaver Dam; two Wayne Lyle, pastor of the Surviving are his wife, member ofthePresbyterian At Mt. Zion daughters, Mrs. Linda Lou Island United Methodist Mrs. Eula Harder of Ford- Church near Hawesville, Jesse R. Johnston, 86, of Burton of Columbus, In- Church. Burial was in sville; two sons, Billy Ray and was preceded in death Olaton died late Sunday at diana and Mrs. Diane Fordsville Cemetery. and Glenn of Fordsville; two by her husband, Joseph A. the Ohio County Hospital. The Mt. Zion Baptist Taylor of Borden, Indiana; brothers, Jim Harder of Van Lahr in October 22, Born June 16, 1887 in Ohio Church will have their one brother, Marvin Hart of Fordsville and Bethel 1937. County, he was the son o f vacation Bible school Elizabethtown; on sister, Mary R ussellburg Harder of Columbus, In- Surviving are a daughter, the late John and Carolyne beginning August 6. It will Mrs. Martha Minter of diana; three sisters, Mrs. Miss Margaret Van Lahr, at Mitchell Johnston. last from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. of of Owensboro and Frank of member of TowersChapel. Evansville, Indiana; one VO)C".THEmLO.NE." 11:00 Louisville; two daughters, United Methodist Church. brother, Alva Duncan of s:u SEOOTHS Ann Mrs. Billy Massie, Survivors include a son, J. Habit; eight step- ioooo .En-,.,,,,, THREE ITOOGES ( 11:30 CATHEDRAL OF TOMORROW Sermon topic: gaining God's favor. SorlGIII include "I'm TravalJng to My MR. TOAD Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Mary Margarette Monte Kruse of Riedsville, home; a sister, Mrs. D.A. Survivors includehis wife, Contact Chuck Saffold at Services were conducted Russellburg, 87, of North Carolina, Mrs. Lena Estees, Tell City, Indiana, Mrs. Polite Johnston; a son, 2744703 for information. at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Whitesville died late Evans of St. Paul, Indiana and several nieces and Kenneth Johnston of Olaton ; Miller-Schapmire Funeral Wednesday, July 25, at the and Mrs. Ruby Shrader of nephews, a daughter, Mrs. Harold Home in Hartford by the home of her daughter, Mrs. Whiting, Indiana; nine Services were conducted Martin of Gary, Indiana; Revival At DONALD R. MUDD - MANAGER Hey. Arnett Williams, Dillian Hardesty, Philpot, grandchildren and one at 10 a.m. Friday at Haley- seven grandchildren; 16 pastor of Concord Baptist after a lengthy illness, great-grandchild. McGinnis and Owensboro great-grandchildren and a Church. Burial was in Born March 18, 1886 in "Funeral services were Funeral Home Chapel, by half-sister, Mrs. Nellie O. New Zion Phone or come by: Sunnyside Cemetery. Payless County, she was the conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday Rev. Tom Wade, pastor of Allen of Lansing, Illinois. daughter of the late Walter at the Pleasant Grove Riverside Presbyterian Services were conducted LINCOLN FINANCE and RoneldaRhoadesWard. Baptist Church by Rev. Church. Burial was in at2p.m. Wednesday at the There will be a revival Everett Embry She was a member of St. Charles Payton, pastor of Hawesville Cemetery. Duke Funeral Home, starting at the New Zion Mary of the Woods Catholic Yelvington Baptist Church. Hartford by Rev. Ernest Baptist Charch August 6 Church and the Altar Phillips Funeral Home was Whitely and Rev. Ernest with services at 7:30 each 216 N. Main St. - Dezver Dam, KY, Everett Embry, 66, of Society. She was preceded in charge of the Luther Ward Griffin. Burial was in Oak- evening. Carmen Cann will Lafayette, Indiana, died in in death by her husband, arrangements, wood Cemetery. be the speaker and Carmen PhOlle 274-3329 Baize, songleader. Pastor Lafayette early Saturday. William A. Russellburg. in Luther A. Ward, 75, of 1200 Claude Smith invites all to Born February 13, 1907 in 1959. Hathaway Street, Owen- Ohio County, he was a son of Surviving besides her James Fulkerson Lois Webb attend. sboro, died late Saturday at , ..e..,,,,,,0 the late Abe and Ada Arnold daughter are one son, Onis the Owensboro- Payless eoo,,,,eeee.*-e..ee,oo.eeeoee..eeeeeeeoeee Embry. He was a member RussellburgofPhilpot;four James Paul Fulkerson, 62, County Hospital. Born The body of Lois Marie : FOI NOUSENOLD APPLIANCES VISIT of the New Zion Baptist daughters, Miss Rosetta of Echols died early January 2, 1898, in Ohio Webb, 40, of Beechmont, : Church in Ohio County. Russellburg and Mrs. Estill Thursday at Ohio County County. he was a son of the was recovered from a strip : Ohio County Locke Surviving are his wife, Howard, both of Owensboro, Hospital. Born 1911 in Ohio late Hiram and Martha mine pit about 4 miles east : Effie Duvall Embry; one Mrs. Anna Hamilton and County, he was the son of the Westerfield Ward. He was of Browder early Sunday. : daughter, Mrs. Owen Mrs. Marica Barrett, bothof late James and Esther retired from Hartz Brothers Born August 13,1932 in: MAYrAG Bristow of west Palm Whitesville; two brothers, MilnerFulkerson. Hewasa Construction and was a Beach, Florida; four Celestine Ward of Knott- member of Pond Run member of the Hall Street Ohio County, she is sur- : brothers, StanfordEmbry of sville and Rollie Ward of Baptist Church and was a Baptist Church. viced by her husband, : Owensboro, Desmond Philpot: one sister, Mrs. car dealer in Beaver Dam. Surviving are his wife, Bradford Webb, Beech- Florence Mills of Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ethyl Rodgers Ward; mont: one stepdaughter, : WASHERS -- DItYE,,S" Embry of Louisville, Ivan and MauriceEmbry, both of Whitesvile; 32 grand- Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth two sons, Frankie of Miss Becky Webb, Bowling : Horse Branch ; three sisters, children; 70 great- Wadick Fulkerson: three Owensboro and Alvey Lee of Green: five brothers, : "World Famous F0r O0pe,dat[hty"" Mrs. Marcella Smith of grandchildren: three great- daughters, Mrs. Charles Tulsa, Oklahoma: one Luther and Ray, both of : Drakesboro, Louis of " gelvta toF Horse Branch, Mrs. Adie great-grandchildren: one Ralph of MaceD, Mrs. Roy daughter. Mrs. Rose Morgantown, Lendol of : Moore of Louisville and foster grandchild; two step- Robinson of Columbus, Booker. Owensboro; one Mrs. Dolly Alford of Orange, grandchildren; one step- Indiana, and Mrs. Steve sister, Mrs. Herbert Evans, Beechmont, and Charles of : The Kentucky, and one grand- great-grandchild. Paxton, Jr. of Rockport; Ruthaven, Iowa and four Rockford, Illinois; two 0ld [E child. Services were conducted two sisters, Mrs. MaryJane grandchildren, sisters, Mrs. Lillian : . est Naker Of Refr erztors For H Funeral services were at7:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Stewart of Echols and Mrs. Services were conducted DeArmond, Beechmont and Dish Washe[S conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday Mary of the Woods Catholic EffieJ. Brown of Louisville at3p.m. Tuesday at the Miss Pansy Ferguson, : eA[t Conditioners at the William L. Pinks Church by the Rev. Charles and eight grandchildren. James H. Davis Funeral Rockford, Illinois. Funeral Home by Rev. Fischer, pastor. Burial was Services were conducted Home by the Rev. W.O. Funeral services were : Home Freezers Ranges Jesse Tichenor, pastor of in the Church cemetery. at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Spencer, pastor of the Hall conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday : Ridgecrest Baptist Church. The Martin Funeral Home William L. Pinks Funeral Street Baptist Church. at the Tucker-Beechmont . Sssvsr Dsm Burial was in Sunnyside in Whitesville was in charge Home. Burial was in Pond Burial was in Rose Hill Funeral Home, Beechmont, : gsntuk W Stair! Ill! Appliances We Sell Cemetery. of the arrangements. Run Cemetery. Cemetery. Kentucky. "eeee'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..e.ee..eeeeeeeeeee.e+++' IT'S 00ACKTO$CH Need Money For: SCHOOL BOOK OR CLOTHES 13 f$ci;. Gr, t.