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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1973 11 OHIO COUNTY SOCIii L E VENTS News Dortch Completes Of Military Duty Mrs. Kerry Mr. and Mrs. W. R. for their Carson, Jr. left Tuesday for Illinois after their home in Tampa, days at the Florida. They have been Mr. and visiting here in Ohio County Hartford. for some time. Tuesday in ..... Shaw AFB, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hoover, Carolina Highland, Indiana, were completed weekend guests of Mr. and with the Air Mrs. Orville Bechtel of Owensboro. Other guests in the Bechtel home for a cook- ..... out on Sautrday were Mr. of Mr. and Bill Fulkerson of Owen- llace, Walker sboro, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Hoover of Route 1, Olaton, and son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover of Route 1, Hartford, Mrs. Carl Hoover and Mrs. Shirley Craig and son, Larry Dean, of Hartford. ..... TRAP Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor of Greenville were egot,,,Tg guests Sunday afternoon of 'Til 530 o.m 9p. Mrs. B. R. Everly, Union Street. They also visited Mr. 0wenroKr Taylor's mother at the Professional Care Home, COATS Hartford. Mr. Ronnie Bennett, Route 1, Hartford, returned home Saturday from the Ohio County Hospital where he had surgery on his nose. He seems to be recovering satisfactorily. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wortham, Route 1, Hartford, were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wortham of Centert own. 36 to 46 to $' were dinner guests Satur- day, of Mrs. Mary Ross of Centertown. Mr. and Mrs. Critt Hunter of Lexington were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hunter, Hartford. They also visited Mrs. Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ranney, also of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wortham, Route 1, Hart- ford, were guests Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bailey of McHenry. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Chinn, Route 3, Beaver Dam, called on their neigh- bors, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chapman, on Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Chapman is recovering from a broken hip. Mr. Everett Liles, Route 3, Hartford, was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carson. Mrs. Grady Moore of Chicago, Illinois and Mrs. Lola Kinsman of Princeton were dinner guests Wed- nesday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryant, Kirk Street. Friday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Greenlee of Buck Creek neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bar- tlett, Route 1, Hartford, were hosts for the Hartford Mr. and Sheffield Louisville were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Davis, Jr., Union Street. They also visited other relatives. Mrs. O. D. Carson of Franklin, Indiana arrived Sunday in Ohio County for an extended visit. She called on her brother, Mr. Charlie Foster, and Mr. Arvin Heflin, and presently is visiting Mrs. Mary Ethel Foster in Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston McIntyre of Owensboro accompanied Mrs. Carson to Ohio County. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carson of Tampa, Florida Mrs. Ronnie Second Baptist Church and girls of Sunday School picnic Sunday. After church services, everyone went to the Bartlett home with well filled baskets. Dinner was served to 35 or 40 guests. After dinner all enjoyed ball games, horse shoes and other games. Everyone reported a wonderful time. Mrs. John Tichenor, Route 3, Hartford, is in the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital where she has had surgery. She is recovering nicely and hopes to be home in a few days. To report Hartford news, contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel, 298-3317. Miss Mollie Marie Appling Mollie .00ppling Weds Steph00n Wade August 18 Miss Mollie Marie Appling became the bride of Stephen Edward Wade on Saturday, August 18, at 7:30 p.m. at Duncan's Chapel United Methodist Church. Miss Appling is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Appling of Route 2, Auburn. Mr. Wade is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wade, Hartford. Rev. John Kerce of LaGrange performed the double ring ceremony. When someone you 1o ve is tar avf. ay, reach out and toudL th wire your voice. Dial them long distance. And when you do, dial an economy call the One Plus way. There's no cheaper way to call them long distance. ........ .. /!.:!,.! The altar of the church was centered with two baskets of white gladioli, pompons and greenery. On either side of the altar were seven-branched candelabra holding burning white tapers. Gold candlesticks which were brought back from Vietnam by Miss Appling's brother, Alvin Appling, flanked either side of the altar. Miss Vickie Gaines of Auburn presented a program of nuptial music. R. K. Johnson, uncle of the bride, sang "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white crepe featuring an empire waist, a high, opened neckline and long sleeves, all of which were trimmed in cream-colored lace and seed pearls. Her chapel length veil of silk illusion was attached to an embroidered headpiece. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white carnations, white orchids and baby's breath. Miss Gayle Appling served her sister as maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of gold crepe, trimmed in gold and white embroidered lace. She carried a bouquet of bronze poms, yellow carnations and baby's breath and wore a floral headpiece of similar colors. Hugh Wade of Owensboro served his brother as best man. Ushers were John Case and Roger Hurst. Mrs. Appling, mother of the bride, wore a floor- length crepe dress featuring a cream-colored skirt and a blue, brown and cream- colored figured bodice. She wore brown accessories and a beige cymbidium orchid corsage. Mrs. Wade, mother of the groom, wore a floor-length mint green crepe dress featuring a V-neck and long sleeves. She wore coor- dinated accessories and a beige cymbidium orchid corsage. Mrs. Lela Langford, grandmother of the groom, wore a pink street-length dress and a corsage of pink roses. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the recreation building. A four-tiered wedding cake trimmed in yellow and white daisies and poms was placed in the center of the bride's table. The table was covered with a gold cloth and overlaid with a white lace cloth. Serving were Mrs. Sandra Appling, Mrs. Heather Appling, Mrs. Sona Ross and Miss Peggy Wade. Mrs. Jane Lawson kept the guest register. Following a wedding trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the couple now resides at 205 Walnut Street, Hartford, where they are both employed with the Ohio County schools. The "NOW" Look at . . . Formal ear I , " ! GROOM ] I I "F,.. Trod.r. t FREE I I11111 I * All Colors Of I WITH 8 OR  RuffledSh,rts [ MORE TUXEDO RENTALS -- from S12.95 TUXEDO RENTALS COMPLETE ACCESSORIES 319 W. 4th St.. Owend3oro, Ky. - Phone 683-7020 Marcia Lockhart Weds William Basham Miss Marcia Carol Lockhart of Dundee and Mr. William Arthur Basham of Horse Branch were united in marriage September 1 at 7 p.m. at the Dundee United Methodist Church. In the presence of the families of the bride and groom, Rev. Thomas G. Small, pastor of the Dundee United Methodist Church, performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Beth Moore was the bride's attendant. The groom's attendant was his nephew, Steve Alvin of Dale, Indiana. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Lockhart of Dundee and Mr. Lewis Lockhart of California. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Basham of Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Basham are both 1972 graduates of Ohio County High School. Since graduation the bride has been employed at Cowden-Ohio Company of Beaver Dam until her marriage. The groom is employed at Thermwood Standard Inc. at Dale, Indiana where they are making their home. Crume-Royster Plan November Wedding Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Crume of Olaton announce the engagement and for- thcoming marriage of their daughter Jane Gordon to S. Richard Royster II son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Royster of Henderson, Kentucky. The wedding will take place at 4:30 on November 17, 1973 at the Methodist Temple, Lincoln Avenue, in Evansville, Indiana. Miss Crume, a former Ohio County teacher, is now the librarian at Hebron Elementary school in Evansville, Indiana, where Mr. Royster is a Certified Public Accountant with the Geo. S. Olive '& Co. ac- counting firm. Homemakers Hear Council Meeting Report The Beda Homemakers met September 18 with Mrs. Morris Tinsley. Fifteen members and two visitors answered the roll call by giving  ame, ofa leaf. Mrs. Rex Baird gave the devotion "What Do You Think". Mrs. Aubrey presided over the business session. Mrs. R. D. Stinson gave a report on the council meeting. Calendars for the year were filled out. Mrs. Lyman Allen welcomed a new member. The club was glad to have Mrs. Ellen Hester present. Mrs. Carl Leisure gave the major lesson on prepare- ahead meals. She also passed out registration forms for the "Better Bargain Taste-Off Contest". Mrs. Tinsley assisted by Miss Belle Tinsley served refreshments of cake, spiced tea and punch. Mrs. Carl Leisure, the food leader, prepared a date torte. The club will meet in October with Mrs. R. D. Stinson. Lucas' Return From Tour Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Lucas, Jr. of Route 3, Hartford recently returned from a tour of Great Britain including London, Edin- burgh, Glen Eagles Club and other placesof interest. Younger Woman's Club Has Organizational Meet The Hartford Younger Woman's Club met for their 1973,74 organizational meeting at the Ohio County Library Monday, Sep- tember 24. Thirty-one members were present and one visitor. Mesdames Fred West- erfield, Barnett Simpson, Evan Render, Joe Vance, Leigh Hargrave, Sam Westerfield, R. C. Hudson and Austin Whittaker were hostesses. The devotional was read by Mrs. W. R. Campbell. The club year books were distributed and discussed. Members decided the club's dues would remian the same. Elizabeth Welch, president, read the score cards for an explanation to new members. They voted to send $50 totheMythology Fellowship of the University of Louisville Medical Center and $5 to the arthritis drive. Names of new members were submitted. Baby Girl Born To Bungers Sgt. 1st Class Charles H. Bunger and Mrs. Bunger, Alaska are the parents of a new daughter born Sep- tember 21. The newborn has been named Susan Kay. The Bungers have one other child who wili be nine Nov. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bunger, Route 1, Hartford are the paternal grand- parents. The Difference Is In The Service We handle complete .... insurance requirements Martin Tichenor Glenn 9errym=m 201 West Union Street, Hartford Phone 298-3242 Martin Tichenor Insurance Agency