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i ' or rej't Kentud,." I.mrale I,a? ra)nal individual decisioq 'tin make for you. Since it r ron=tilutiona'l rights, all ag- urged to make iio reconl- whelher Y*m dlould ac- .gellll are ellCClu- Y explaih Ihe adtanlages agd , Io Ihe varioua oplions Ihat the decision musl be yours. nct Ohio County i0Use" Sq. - Hartford - 298-7478 MARY JO CARSON SHERM WILSON C.P.C.U. "Want MO M_.RE Than An Insurance Salesman?" Wilson, Gray Wedding At Mt. Carmel Church Vicki Lagay Wilson and Danny Warren Gray were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony June 20 at 6:00 p.m. at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Wilson, Route 4, Utica. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Gray, Route 2, Hartford. Rev. Stephen Thompson, pastor of the church officiated at the ceremony which was performed amid decorations of yellow carnations and yellow daisies. Candies were placed in church windows. Given in marriage by her father the bride was attired in formal gown of white organza. The empire bodice was detailed with lace at the oval neckline and on the bishop sleeves. The lace motif was repeated on the A- line skirt. The bride wore a lace bandeau trimmed with a satin bow. Her chapel veil of illusion was edged with lace. She carried a bouquet of daisies, roses and baby's breath arranged on a white Bible. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Romona Wilson, sister of the bride. She wore a yellow voille gown flock- ed with yellow daisies. The gown was fashioned in an A-line style and featured an empire bodice. The maid of honor wore a white garden hat and carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies interspersed with baby's breath. Bridesmaids were Pare Ferguson and Jane Gray. Both are Hartford residents. Flower girl was Miss Rebecca Wilson, cousin of the bride. The attendants were gowned in yellow and wore yellow garden hats. Each carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies. Kenneth Hardesty, Route 1, Whitesville was best man. Groom- smen were Phillip Gray and Gary Gray, brothers of the groom. Ray Dragoo and Terry Baxley, cousins of the bride and groom served as ushers. A reception honoring the couple was held immediately following the service in the church fellowship hall. Serving at the reception were Kin Schroader and Becky Smith. The couple are residing at Route 4, Utica. SALUTE TO AMERICAN'S EATEST SOURCE OF ERGY--HER WORKERS! crises may come and go but one tremendous source of that Americans can always count know-how and determination tithe working man and woman. All t hQ great achievements of this country Ve come about through their combined tffrts. We salute those accomplish- proudly this Labor Day! SEPTEMBER 1. 1975 The Hartford Bank And Trust Company Hartford, Kentucky THE BANK THAT DOES MORE THINGS FOR MORE PEOPLE MORE OFTEN Open Friday Nights Until 7 P.M. " Regular Personalized Checks Free ,,'Emphasis On Accuracy And Service Anderson, President Exec. Vice President Vice President Cashier Each depositor insured to $40.000 FED|RAt DIPOSI! INSUIANC! CORPORATION DIRECTORS Mrs. rdy Anderson R.T. B= -- James H. Hgginbotham Hayward SoinV, s Cecil P. Taylor Rolly Tichenor LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER: 298.3261 --- Spinks Shopping Center m Centertown 298-3285 232-4231 THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1975 Mr. And Mrs. Danny Gray Bluegrass Festival Monroe Homecoming AUGUST 29, 30, 31 ,, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY cart Storef IN PERSON: "/o o,./> btoore Birch Monroe ChSrtie F smitY Y/I//lo..'%Wi LeL s James Monroe .,.oe Special Guest, Ralph Stanley Bells Run Personals 11 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wimsatt, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Howard attended the State Fair at Louisville on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Anzel Whittaker and daughter, Alice, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Howard Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Daugherty were in Owensboro shopping Saturday. On Sunday August 10, Mrs. Anita Skaggs and son, Robert of Spottsville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Ira Howard and Dewayne were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Howard. They had a fish fry. All had an enjoyable time. FRI. & SAT. MEN'S CLOTHING SUITS Reg. =75.00 to =100.00 =37.99 MEN'S SHOES FAMOUS NAME BRANDS Reg. =8.95 to =20.00 s4.00 MEN'S SPORTSWEAR BOYS' & YOUNG MEN SPORTCOATS JEANS Reg. =45.00 to =65.00 =22.99 Size 6 to 12 SLACKS Reg. =ZOO Dress &Casual Size 27 to 30 Waist Reg. =15.00 to =25.00 =10.99 Reg. =7.50 =3.99 =4.49 MEN'S FURNISHINGS DRESS SHIRTS Long Sleeve Reg. =8.50 to Sl3.00 SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Reg. =6.00 to =12.00 REGISTER NOW FOR (2) TWO =25.00 GIFT CERTIFIcATES MAIN STREET Where Nice People and Popular Prices Get Together (YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN) MEN & BOYS' WEAR Style Center U.S.A. =4.99 =3.99 BOYS' SPORTSWEAR SPORTSCOAT Size 4 to 16 Reg. =22.00 to =34.00 =11.99 SWIM TRUNKS Sizes 6 to 18 Reg. '2.50 to '5.00 s2,00 WALKING SHORTS Sizes 6 to 16 Reg. =5.00 to =8.00 =2.00 HARTFORD The Ambrose reunion will be held Sunday September 14 at 12:00 noon at Chatauqua Park in Owensboro. Everyone is invited to come and bring a small lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Carbet Melton were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Ambrose visited Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tichenor Wednesday afternoon. Mr. James Sharp and Mark Nicely visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Lee of White Plains spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sharp celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary August 25. Mrs. Joyce Tichenor and Mr. Tichenor took them out for dinner while they were here from Georgia. Mrs. Mary Ambrose visited with Rosie Sharp Thursday afternoon. Mr. Brader Jones is staying with Mr. Alvy Martin at present. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King visited Mrs. King's parents, Friday af- ternoon. Miss Mae Cotton visited Mrs. Rosie Sharp Friday afternoon.