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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, Kegan Lee Embry KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2002, PAGE 4-B Ohio County Times-News OOOO00000000 Kayla Marie Embry Kayla Marie Embry cele- his first birthday Saturday, May Burdin of Horse Branch and brated her second birthday Sat- 4, at his home in Beaver DamEddie and Janice Embry of Hart- urday, January 19. Her birthday with family and friends. He re- ford. party was held at McDonald's in ceived many nice gifts. Great-grandparents are Beaver Dam with family and Kayla and Kegan are the chil- Eloise Stenberg of Beaver Dam, friends. She received many nice dren of Dr. Eddie and RachelOdrey and Cova Embry of Utica gifts. Embry of Beaver Dam. Grand- and the late Pirtle and Sophia Kegan Lee Embry celebrated parents are Larry and Novella Sandefur and the late John T. and Eddith Burdin. 32-5136 In your prayers / choosing from a semctlon often The adults attending were Bro: little Caitlin Elizabeth Gordon freezers of delicious, homemade Hanson, Julie Kirk, Mark Carter and her famAly, William Keown, ice cream, along with other des- and Jeanenne Reneer. David Geary, Greta Whitehead, serts, including a birthday and Jewel (Doc) Haque, Cody Allen, anniversary cake. It was a very Edie,Atticus and Ivy Coleman Will Elliot, Ronnie Fields, Phillip special night with celebrations enjoyed the weekend in Union, Brown, Robert Albertson, Nola of Bro. Hanson's birthday and Kentucky at the home of Bernie McIntyre, Robert Coyles, little Joe and Sandy Grider's 50th and Robin Tichenor and Isaiah. Drake Burden, Toni Chinn, anniversary. Atso visiting were Bowin and Charlie Whitehead, Jr. Faught, Lindsey Tichenor and little Jas- Vale Rhea Maddox. During the summer, 14 chil- per. Keep our country, our leaders dren, along with four adults and the men and women who from the Centertown Baptist If your ship won't come in, serve in the military in your Church, enjoyed a day at Beach swim out to it. prayers. Bend Park in Bowling Green. Sympathy is extended to Bro. Wayne Albertson and family in the death of his father, Robert. The funeral was Saturday and thosel attending from the Centei own United Methodist Church were Shonie and Chick Martha Sue Payne, Vale Rl ea Maddox and Jeannie and Dobbie Everly. Taya BriAnn Elms celebrated her first birthday by having a "Prin- cess Party" with family and friends July 13. She re- ceived many nice gifts and appreci- ates them all. " f f'ti g Jim, Norwood and Van Montgomery Saturday night were Jimmie Ashby and Steve Flener of Moorman. They :all enjoyed playing music to- gether. A baby shower was held Sun- day for Jeff and Lisa Patton at Taya is the Lone Star General Baptist daughter of Bran- Church. Lisa and Jeff received many wonderful gifts for the baby, which is due in October. don Elms and Ashley Lee of Hart- ford. She is the granddaughter of Bruce Elms of Hartford, James and Sue Baughn of Evansville, Indi- ana, Michael Lee of Beaver Dam ancl Sherry Lee of Welchs Creek. Filling the pulpit at Centertown Baptist Church Sunday in the absence of Bro. Hanson was Bro. Chris Carter. On Friday, September 6, be- ginning at 5 p.m., a fish fry and gospel singing will be held at the home of Edgar and Shirley Hoops. All family and friends Her great-grandparents are the late Luke are welcome, and Christine Elms, formerly of Hartford, the late buster and Wanda Daugherty, formerly of Beaver Dam, Barbara Turner of Welches On August 9 Toni Chinn made Creek, Raymond Lee of Beaver Dam and the late Joyce Lee. a visit back ome, where she en- stopping" ' (, 7bd joyed man of her faml y and friends in for a visit. T. On Sunda she visited her sis- ter, Naomi B03eKen of Livermore and the res of her family. Toni is very sick this week with -"- -==" "='= double__ _pneumnia" ---'-- and tell someonewhat On Sunday, August 11, the a good job they are Centertown Baptist Church held doing! A little praise their annual ice cream social. Everyone attending enjoyed *Weddings *Birthdays *Births *Anniversaries *Special Occasions Erma 274-4396 Lucy Butler, as well as others, tiful dinner hosted by the Rosses. reported that the homecoming Letters from other classmates service at Green River Baptist who were not able to come, were Church was a huge success last read aloud. They plan to meet Sunday. They said they had a every year at the home of one of large attendance in Sunday the group. Jackie and Lana School, a bountiful meal at noon Barrett invited them to their and a wonderful singing in the home at Beda, Kentucky in 2003. afternoon. C.B. and Wanda Embry have New Liberty Baptist Church hosted its couple of times in the at Gilstrap, Kentucky will have past. their homecoming September 1. They hope to have their furataer- Erma had a nice long phone vice in their new building this visit last Saturday with her Sunday, August 2. daughter, SMSGT Angela M. Aster Daugherty, who has Marsh, in Alaska. They were do- been quite sick and doing better ing well. She said. the boys had now, was at prayer meeting ser- enjoyed fishing and camping this vice last Wednesday night, along summer. Nick and Tyler will both with Deana Cook who has also be in high school this year. Jor- been in poor health, dan will be in third grade. ---- Angela is presently taking a Gilstrap's annual Pie Supper couple weeks' leave to be with the at the Community Park will be boys and studying for a rank pro- on Saturday evening, August 31. motion test coming up in Septem- That is a good time for old friends ber. to gather and have good fellow- ship, on Labor Day weekend. Eva Bryant hosted a country ----- breakfast of biscuits and gravy, Our sympathy is extended to bacon and steak sandwiches, and those who have lost loved ones some of her fresh jellies lastSun- recently, including readers ofthis day morning to her daughter, newsletter, among whom are the Altiabelle Evans and Don Rich- family of James Edward Allen, mond, and her cousin, Alice Kiper. Jr. of Radcliff, Kentucky. He died (Eva's birthday in last week's of a heart attack on August 13. news 'spotlight,' should have been (He was the son of James Ed- April 16, 1919.) ward Allen, Sr. who is pastor of Later in the day, others vieit- Rosine Baptist Church, a ing were her brother, Robert T. brother-in-law to this reporter Phelps and his friend, Shirley, and related to others in the corn- also Eva's good friend, Janet munity.) Ambrose, of Morgantown. (She met her many years ago when Janet operated the Cornerstone Restaurant in Beaver Dam. Bonnie ( (Iler) Betty years of school graduated in day after married to Arnold, Marion Embry Baizetown. ingin in Booneville they lived for fore moving to l they lived They moved Kentucky, where five farm at Select they lived 34 their six Glendon Jackie all live in often at the them for family which is whole family. Betty and Bowling Green then remodeled place start off the 2000. They Altiabelle @orked there als0. Eva was glad to be able into a new year at Department's room. Betty had to raising her ing care of them 1 for which they, are so ,very Her parents 1750 Hwy. 231 S. Beaver Dam, KY 42320 CALL FOR PRICES Even though isn't shining you 24 Hours - 7 Days A you know that Days Inn has Conference Rooms for rent? * 2 Hour Minimum. $50 Call 274 )851 now to book your next * Mee g* Fam y l)im * Shower &re 1750 Hwy. 231 S. Beaver Dam, gy 42320 Lynnette (?), in Owensboro. Oth- ers who were in attendance: C. B. and Wanda Embry, Harold and Linda (Rock) Davis, Jamie and Joyce (Hill) Henry, -Tommy and Linda (Shultz) Woods, Jackie and Lana (Sheffield) Barrett, Rayburn and Patty Por- ter, Glenn Scott and Dottie Leach, Gerald and Peggy (Coy) Morgan, Arthur Joe Parks and Donnie Hoskins. They all enjoyed a good evening of fellowship and a boun- Howard and Erma McKinley atended a reunion of "Beaver Dam Class of 1959" members last Friday evevdng at the home of Dr. J. Russell Ross and his wife ----'-" same SPOTLIGHt. 1952. Betty Joyce (Richardson) Her father Arnold was bern August 2, 1934, to have a house to Wayne Richardson and Murl built another (Chinn) Richardson, in the little which remains old farmhouse on #231 south of He was glad to be Cromwell, near where the old his children all barn remains, and their house have families of now stands, fore his death. (Betty reports that Dr. vision Kittinger and Mrs. Mary Amos farm to be were on hand to help bring her the children. into the world.) youngest, and She was welcomed in by three homestead. older sisters: Martine (Crooks), There will be a Baize Reunion at New Zion Baptist Church Fel- lowship Hall, on #505, at Baizetown. this Labor Day Mon- day, September 2, beginning around 10 a.m. All Baiges are invited to come and bring the names and dates of their family members to share with others, also bring a covered dish for a potluck meal at noon. We expect a good turn out of relatives this year. Erma McKinley, who has been meeting many new Baizes through the Internet, has invited some of them to come. Howard and Erma McKinley, Reba Baizer Elizabeth,Jones, Annette and Dwaynetta Jones all went together last Thursday for the ce at tar General: in Raddli . "~ in ~te~wn~V~out~f We wish to recognize some new residents of the Oak Grove community: Robert Hopper, who lives in the former Ova Wilson house; Dennie Daugherty, Jr., who lives in the former Ella Marie (Horn) Crabb house; Michael and Melanie Johnson and children, Jacob, Justin, Arin, Nathan (he will be five years old on August 25), and McKenna. They live in the former Cheryl Hardestyhouse; Linda (?)Avers, who lives in the former Eva Davis homestead. We are pleased to welcome all the above to the community and invite them, along with all the regular residents, to contribute their news to this column. We want to have a wider coverage of events to report each week. (There are others who are new, and will be when time allows to gather their infor- mation.) last Saturday night. The singers Her mother died were "Look Up" from Owensboro. They are children of Pansy, the children. who is now married to Dallas burned Evans.