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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1975 1,] j+., !ii; School 1933 included these students and their teacher Shirley Elliott. Back row, left to right, Ms, Margaret Hines, Mildred T. Elliott, Dortha Maddox, Gertrude Fulton, Zelma Lee Wilson and Alma row, Bennett Raymer, Nancy Cox, Edith Leisure, Anna Lara Maddox, Sherman Fulton, Irene Cox, and James Hillard. Front row, left to right, Lewis Maddox, Calvin Leisure, Chilton Cox, Warren James W. Hines. Personal Notes Leach Weds Bob Beasley t00eaver Dam Saturday, August 23 Loretta Westerfield during the weekend Gilbert Cox, Mr. Brown and daughter Texas. Mr. and Mrs. of Beaver Dam called The Texas visitors Other relatives in the Fall Festival, arts and crafts and been set for Sep- Planned Springs of the Houston- be held August Springs Community will be served at to Mrs. Katharyan Owensboro. draws family members Kentucky and Ten- Selects 5, 6 Festival tember 5 and 6 so make plans to at- tend. The Damon Royal family have moved to the eastern part of the state to where Mr. RoyalAs employed. Pam Leach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Leach and Bob Beasley of Beaver Dam were .married Saturday night, August 23. Wendell Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Morris were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. Mark Nevil of New York, and Ms. Ruby Jones, Leit- chfield at Rough River Dam Lodge. The Rosine Band is set to perform Friday evening at 6:00 p.m. in Hart- ford. Saturday night at Windy Hollow Theatre, Sunday at Millers Lake. Kathleen (Hatler) Morris, former Rosine native, passed away Thursday night at the Ohio County Rest Home. She was the wife of Carlos Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Stringfield of Detroit called on Mrs. Mae Leach and son Barney Sunday. The Stringfields were here visiting Mrs. Loretta Hatler and daughter. Herbert Woosley's daughter, Robbie, has moved her mobile home here, where she will reside with her children. Wendell Allen played the McLean County Fair Friday night and was in Louisville Saturday night for shows with the Bluegrass Generation. Mrs. Pearl Leach celebrated her 75th birthday Saturday and we offer best wishes for many:more. Bluegrass music great, Carl Storey and his Ramblin' Mountain Boys is booked at the Rosine Ball Park with Charlie Monroe Friday night Sep- tember 19. We urge you not to miss these two performers coming to our little town. ;+,,+, 2,,+.;1/,+.,, ) Nce --'-" k,.] / plana I Wedding, '" .,  " Large or Small . , - .: , We furnish the wedding cake. tableware, tablecloths refreshments etc. and make suggestions for flowers, invitations, and of Rosine has set 6 as dates for the s activities will begin Saturday's games, arts and ending with a final one of the 'meQ ^alle A klqw:l o!qo Su!soIa O0:I uodo KI3JO Jarnagin 's 105 N. MAIN - BEAVER DAM NOW STOCKING YS Size Birth through 6 Years CLOTHES Size Birth through Ladies SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCE[ UP t 5 0 % Off Reg. Price Including Childrens PJ's, Infants Wear & Ladies Wear I haplain Carson, Family Visit + Kell Carsons, Mrs. Miller Children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ashley who were neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tichenor, Route 3, Hartford, when they were growing up were guests of the Tichenors Sunday and attended services at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Beda. Those present were Mrs. Mary Castello of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Ashley and son David of Milford, New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Ashley of Calumet City, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Hascal Ashley of Florida and Mr. Lester Ashley of Beaver Dam. Charles 'Rusty' Albin Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kyle of Central City were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Booton, Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carson Jr, Mrs. Wayland Moore and son Paul left Monday for home in Tampa, Florida. The Carsons and Paul were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Daniel, Hartford. Mrs. Carson, Irs. Moore and Paul visited Mary Ross in Centertown Friday evening and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Craig in Owensboro on Saturday, while Mr. Carson visited his daughter, Mrs. M. T. Liles, and Mr. Liles, Route 3, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Glasford Leisure of Wooster, Ohio arrived Monday for a short visit with Mr. Leisure's mother, Mrs. Bertha Leisure, Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Leisure's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Heflin of Centertown. Mrs. Johnny Voyles and daughter Ruth Ann of Gas City, Indiana were guests Friday to Sunday of Mrs. Voyles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kell Carson, and her grandmother, Mrs. Flora Stewart, Route 3, Hartford. Mrs. O. T. Wallace was admitted to the Ohio County Hospital Friday after she had fallen. She will undergo a series of tests. Mrs. Bertie Mae Coleman of Centertown was a guest Saturday of her cousin, Mrs. B. R. Everly. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gossom and Ms. Carrie Gossom of Bowling Green and Mrs. Mable Blanton of Beaver Dam were guests Sunday of R. N. Rowan, Madison Street. Mrs. Ronald Baker and daughter Ronna Jean of Louisville weze guests Thursday of last week of Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. W. D. Gentry, and Mr. Gentry. Mrs. Pauline Frazier and daughter Juanita from Florida were guests of the Gentrys one day last week. Miss Regina Lloyd of Louisville visited her mother, Mrs. Bill Bryant, Kirk Street, from Friday until Sun-' day. On Saturday they made a business trip to Owensboro and had lunch at Cornell's. On their way home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lloyd at Buford. Mrs. Mable Brown, Kirk Street, had Sunday dinner with thenL Chaplain and Mrs. Bobby Chares Carson, Charles and Laura Ruth of Gulfport, Mississippi arrived Friday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kell Carson, and grandmother, Mrs. Flora Stewart. They also visited .Mrs. Carson's mother, Mrs Alvis Miller, of Utica. Charles and Laura Ruth enrolled at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, while Chaplain and Mrs. Carson retmnpd home Thursday. To report Hartford personals, contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel, 298-3317 'Rusty' Albin Receives Masters Charles "Rusty" Albin received his Master's Degree in secondary education with a minor in health and safety from Western Kentucky University on August 1. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Albin of Hartford, he is presently teaching and coaching at Ohio County High School. He has a 6V year old daughter, Stephanie who is in the second grade at Wayland Alexander. a "Scrumpdillyishus" ofl00er thru HARTFORD DAYS - FRI. & SAT.- AUG. 29 & 30 Don't miss this "scrumpdillyishus" sale at participatinq DAIRY QUEEN* BRAZIER stores. The SUPER BRAZIER CHILI DOG is almost a foot lonq, topped with our own special chili and served pipinq hot on a fresh bun. It's a man's or hunqry boy's best friend - a "super doq" at a SUPER savings. "Let's all g," to the DAIRY QUEEN" *Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp. (c) Cop, HARTFORD DAIRY QUEEN HIGHW/" =al-HARTFORD, KENTUCKY * PHONE: 298-7333 ]ht 1975 Am. D.Q. Corp. /I l []