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THE OHIO COUNTY Your Picture Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 6 . . o ...... Mrs. Junior Moseley and daughter, Luann, of McHenry and Mrs. Elmer Stewart vis- ited Mrs. Stewart's sisters, Mrs. Elite McHughes and Mr and Mrs Wilson Brown of Jackson, Tennessee from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whobrey of Evansville and Mr. and Mrs. George Who- brey visited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Whobrey of Chicago Sunday through Tuesday. **O Dinner guests Monday of Mrs Alice Daniel were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hazelrtgg, John Daniel and Marian of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Kelly, Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs Carlton Daniel. Mrs. Kenneth Kirk and Mrs Lucy Chinn of Hartford and Mrs. Oscar Kellyvlslted Mrs. Hazel Baker at the Den- Miss Jo Ann Mitchell coness Hospital, Evansville, Sunday. M itchelI-Dortch Mrs. Joyce * ;ite and chil- dren have arrived in Wal- Announ Hawaii where they will ement ced live during the next year while her husband, Major Joe White, is in Vietnam. Mrs. Mrs. Leona Mitchell of Spanish and English. Shewas White is the daughter of Mr. Wichita Falls, Texas an- also Miss Iowa Park High V.T. Lacefieid. nounces the engagement of School and Senior Home- *** her daughter, do Ann, to coming Queen Attendant. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Gtv- Larry Ray Dortch, son of Mr. Dortch Is a grad- ens and children of Pekin, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Dortch uate of Beaver Dam Htgh Illinois spent a few days of Rockport, School and Texas Wesleyan last week with his mother, Miss Mitchell is a 1967 College In Fort Worth, Tex-Mrs. A. C. Sutherlin and graduate of W. F. George as. He coached at Perrtn, Mr. Sutherlln. They were High School, Texas. While Texas for two years and is called home due to the death in school, she was a cheer- now coach at the Iowa Park of her grandmother, Mrs. leader for two years; amem- Junior High School at Iowa Effie Heflln. ber of FHA and FTA; and [)ark, Texas. was named to Who's Who in The couple will be mar- ried November 22. Mr. V. T. Lacefield, MTs. Marine Duncan and l lrs. Kathleen Sutherlin attended the funeral of Mr. Lace- field's aunt, Mrs, William Lacefield, at Morgantown on Monday. $$0 Taylor:Hillard Wedding Vows Exchanged Mrs. Walter Dortch Phone 274-3858 lsport spent Thursday with and Mrs. Herman King. Mr. and Mrs. EdwardAsh" Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fulker- son of Hammond, Indiana visited Mrs. Addle Single- ton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fulkerson also visited Mr. Fulkerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fulkerson, who are in the Ohio County Hospital. by of Chicago spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ashby. *.0 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Har- per left Sunday to spend a few months with their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Helen Gootie of Lew- L H. Harper of Pleasure Ridge Park. .0. *** Mr. John York Is vlslting relatives In Illinois and In- diana thls week. 00. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Wil- son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dortch and Judy and Tony. *0* Mr and Mrs. Terry Rowe of Bowling Green visited Mrs Rowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Everley, this weekend. Mr. and Mrs Herman Kln visited Mrs. Helen Gooteeox Lewlsport this week. 0.* Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baize and family of New Albany spent the weekend with ivlr. and Mrs. Adrlal Shaw tnd Kandie. OII1. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Givens Jr. from Indiana visited Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Singleton and family Saturday. *.0 Rev. John Parker of Hart- ford filled the Rockport BsP" tlst Church pulpit this week. Mr. and Mrs. PhlllpDeCk'. er of Bowling Green visltea with Mr. and Mrs. Herra King last weekend. *** Mrs, Louise Lowe dnd Mrs. Betty Klper and Char* rie of Leltchfleld spent Sun" day with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Welborn and Shells. *** Mrs. Arthur McCombs tended the funeral of her brO* ther, Mr. John Dye of Mot- gantown, Saturday. 0*0 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hun-, saker of Nelson visited with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Spurlock Wednesday evening. $*$ Mr. and Mrs. Redgil Shel- ton and daughter of Mason- vtlle visited Mrs. Zone Coy Saturday. Mr. Jack Oalther visited his mother, Mrs. Tassle Galther, this weekend. Mrs. Walter Dortch, Mrs. Judy Decker and Tony Dortch were in Owensboro Friday. Little Miss Lee Ann Goff Sunday afternoon gueStS of visited Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mrs. Peggy Moore were Spurlock and girls Sunday Miss Suzanne Mason, MISS afternoon. Regina Jones, and Mrs. *** Thelma Mason. Mr. and Mrs. James o** Haynes and boys honoredA birthday dinner w $ff their daughter, Miss Mlch- en October 6 in honor v, ell, Haynes with a birthday Mrs. Gl~lys McGuyer at home of Mr. and Mrs. Ge dinner Sunda].October 8th. Curtis. Attending were Mr. Dinner guests Sunday of and Mrs. Bill McGuyer, Idl~l Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis and Mrs. Henry Beck, were Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Miss Deborah McGuyer. Curtis and daughter and Mr. *** and Mrs. David Moore, all of Central Cit ,;. Mr. and Mrs. Rd , Ch" cellor and Barbara andMr$" Edd Spurlock visited FrLdaY evening with Mr. and MrS. Walter Dortch. Pfc. Barry Barnes and wife have moved to Elizabeth- town. Barry Is stationed at Fort Knox. **$ 041111 Mrs. Virginia Bannon of Louisville visited wedne$" Mrs. Ora Chancellor re- day and Thursday with cently visited Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. DeIl '6f L nd0n, Keritucky, ar l Mx:. *** and Mrs. Arthur Ca er of Rockl rtlwelcomes Louisville. restaurant in town on rtti "'h 0.* n~. Miss Glenda Carol q ay- wool dress and red acces- Mrs. Earl Erwln returned , ., way 62 under the new ma lor and Mr. Billy Joe ttil- series. Her corsage was of to her home at De Koben, Mrs. Edwin Tabor Mr. and mrs_R0l, fer WlI-agement of Mr. and Mre, Kentuck last Thursda after son ot valley btanon spentDelbert Brown. lard were unitedin marriagered carnations y y , , the weekend with Mr. and *** at the home of Rev A rnett Best man was Roy Lind- spending a week visiting her " , n w M r " Mrs J A Wilson. Dinner ests Sunday of Williams, Friday, October6, sey, a friend of the couple, sisters-1 -la , rs. au - r lUode]lner Jawe [w hqnttnd *** ..... gu .. _ .:.. at 6 p.m. Miss Imogene Ferguson lne Wilson, and Mrs. Lottle I IIOUUlII 1111110 I.AblIOII GU Mr. ann Mrs..uel.bertBro " Miss Taylor is the daugh- also attended to take pic- Erwin, nd Mr. and Mrs. , were Mr. ann Mrs. ,. ter of Mr and Mrs Reed tures of the wedding. Henrv [ rgess and Vtclde. The Rochester Methodist lusion. The bride sonlyjew- bore, .cousin of the bride, Miss Mary Byers of Beaver carter of Irvington, Mr. Wam:o:hyel:t Chee: gWwo StMotlhs srS:Edewell larrorYor hgela !art ehdfrabPcYts Drn ih:e r;rfeteh Damte?tl ::fe M ,:: eV fYlF iie;M:fx .Br " " " " T:Y Irr.. l. i ?:rVderiDsthr ' 'c?utef loAwinr;Ct Petinr ftIe Mrs. HenryB:rgess. Mrs. 3 S 3 ; e Ps Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hil- home of the bride s parents, Earl Erwin and Mrs. Chester I _ " - g ....... " , . . g ...... lard of McHenry The bride's table was de- Wilson attended the funeral gene Tabor, Saturday, Octo- cede ot stepnanotts anowmte lace dress wtm matchingac-Ine highlight ot merecep- *** . Rev Arnett Williams per- corated in ulnk and white of Mr J O Carson at Mor- bet 7th, 1967 at 6 p.m. The roses, centered with a white cessortes. Her corsage was tion was experienced when Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shet: - " ........ ....... - ........ -" ..... wn'T----' .... w"ek- ro bride Is the daughter of Mr orchid and accentea with of tonaz chrysanthemums members of the Kappa Deltafield were guestsSaturdayot tormea me dOUble Flll~ Ct~c- it was coverea wlcn a wm~e ~autu u~uay , ~ ~t~ . . ...... - ...... . ,- . _ _" ..... . . _ .a ...... -., ae ....... ., ........t. *** ann Mrs nelton urown of ~,ngllsn Ivy leaves Mrs Tabor, momer ot me orority from KentucKy Mr. and Mrs. Jess Shefflelu iztvizy t.,utv.tu a--alL. "" " ll[lt, ll ~lOtll t..OV~t~u J.u IJt~ttt~- " " corated in white A white n, ra thrt tier weddlmr Mrs Conrad Render was Beaver Dam, and the bride- Miss Joanna Brown attend- groom, wore a beige lace Wesleyan College, of whichof Goshen. ........... ....... ...... ;- ........ ..... -1%, .^ ..... ,-*-.--.- room is the son of Mr anded her sister as maid of two-piece suit with green the bride is a member, sang -** Wef~l~lIl~ t)~tl IIUII~ t,vcx ~.~ cake was cUt in me txaut- xutUXllUU LU,~UA~U. = uttv&.,-e- " - ~.. - - ,, -s -- altar and one three branch lionelaaanner by the bride ary in Louisville this week. Mrs. D. W. Tabor of Bowltng nonor, wore a floor accessories., and her cor- me sorority Wedding Song' Mr..and Mrs. B LIlyB r ' ,... nhal hv,a and tw,~ ftv6~ ,..~A',~ ..... o00 Green. tengm gown tasmonea ot sage was ot topaz cnrysan- to me Brine ant groom, and tamlly el uwens o branch candelabras added to After the reception, the Dinner guests Sunday at the . Re v. Carmo.n King of L0u- twOP ZltJhi:mOgirJV rod:affed , th mu'nsl _cor Decker ma ti:)ewabri? rgeeln-gieacW:Yk ; Mrs. I naMBrO?ka fOw the beauty of the altar couple left for a short wed- home of Mr and Mrs. John zsvzlle otnczateo at me p - . rs. s , - p tort, anu r. anumrn. D, "rh, w.~ arrtred in.~ .... ~,~ ,, ....... me t, L D*-te ShereeandMartan double ring ceremony before signed in a rounded neckline ternal grandmother of the suit of nutmeg brown with Woodruff of Washington, _ no~,, hh.,~ ..... ~ ,~,'.~,~ H ..... ~,.,,,,.a .... M," Hol an altar with baskets of and long sleeves. The A groom, wore a green knit beige accessories, er cor- C. recently visited Mr. fftd - v ....... diana, s I.....,.., .......... ..... ................ .,-,. .... o,a greenery, accented with shaped skirtfeaturedahem- dress with black accessor- age was a white orchid Mrs. C. W. Sheffield. .uaut,xu~ .ao ,,. Nit.aria mrs rulxaKu wxx ..--, "'" k 000 ,,,,,,,""'"" ...... ,," ,.,,o ........... menu. ,,+" ...... .-,,...,,.nntm ,-..-ann M__.r'a white gladioli and white line drape from the neckline ies. Hercorsagewasofwhlte ta en from the wedding bou- ,a.. r daofwhttecarnatlonswith r4.Uord era- AliteDantel. Thedlnnerwas chrysanthemums. Two nine in back. Pearl combs se- carnations, quet Mr. and Mrs. Claude M ........... _-7 ..... ...... '-', ..... , .... ", ..... 7;-X,'- ="- - ............... ,,_,t,,, .... branch candelabras entwined cured the four tiered veil The reception was held In Following a wedding trippie are visiting with thel streamers tied in love KIIOLS. DIOVeO at Young s lvlanuiac- to ue~euxat~ tuxt~u uxxuauttya: ..... . ....................... M,o,, L*,,a,, "l', -lor sister =. Com--^n=' Mrs HII Mrs. Alice Daniel Sunday; wltn magnoua leaves corn- m matching color, car- me teuowsmp room ot me to varx Mammom ttesort, son and family, Mr, andMre" ~too ~.1 tt, ta ay , LLlltt| k~tt y ..... ", ,, . , . ': n ..... W an a pleted the altar decorations rted a cascade of topaz church. The reception table Mr. and Mrs. Tabor will Philip Maple of Evansville, Ot tile Drlue,was In,lift 31 lard Is employee at the v,. w ,o,, ..... - " c a hem m : ' . - ............ ,, The pews were marked with hrys nt u s centered was covered in a white cloth live in McAlester, Oklahoma Indiana. honoi She wore a navy blueBottling Plant. aay, anu her great g :m a " - ...... white satin bows and ms- with a yellow mum under white net bordered where he is serving with the . aaugnter, warlan, mm rrt- Wtleane U uo .... - .-- day nolle leaves. Bridesmaids were Miss with Irish lace. A center- U.S. Marines. *** n.oeuo ..v+ MISS tans mlta *** MIss Treva Everlv solo- Nancy Taylor of Beaver piece of topaz chrysanthe- a_L ..... ! Dinner guests of Mr. and PJ,.,,t,, "' - Mrs Eu-ene Atherton of tst, sang "Because", 'before Dam; Miss Vlckte Smith ofmums and yellow snalxlra- nenea[sal Mrs. Hallie Elliott Tuesday UIIIIIGI I]Ul=bl, J[|tlllld St-^--h=rasv lle w"s the--'est the ceremony and the"Wed-Morgantown; andMtssJamte gons was held by a candel- II: nA, were hisstster-in-law, Mrs" rll+lLVllU~l vll, lltM ll~p ~t U 1 ~ ~b~ '' C " undav ^, ,,,,, c,,. din t Prayer , endimr the arlyle of Bowling Green, abra of a golden cupid hold- UIIIIlUl Stella Elliott, and Mrs. $ M,rea Mootlno ,i...... t,o,a candleli rht ceremony. Shecousins of the bride; Missing white tapers and crystal ma Hlte. c..,a^, -uests of Hu..,uv ,.vu.,,,b was accomnanied by Mrs Beverly Tabor and Miss pendant prisms. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tabor sMo n""a :i il LatPen :dYa M ':vI hrerrY, sl ?;rWloIng, ca! ; e greenbowl ofgoldenchrY.; ++ ; RMi;sOr efL IWellvl lsa e hee/ on -f W:ntrtOhf S etL id3rganist and TtaebrO:o fth tfoi;;edtie :ehdad n g" ?e e ltngnepda mb :f rteh ...... M etiw" of the Student Nur ............ Given In marriage by herju ior bridesmaids They decoration of acluster hearsal dinner In thefellow- santhemums. Markln rjz - " m - er mrs vere[[tv e% ex, - , + aunts Mrs Stella t lhott , , e ' " ' sesAssocl, tton o K ...... t,, - " - father the bride chose a were attired lnformal ownsof three egg shells, adorned ship room of the Rochester ,uests nieces were caxd a over me weeKeno. , o o r of Jeffersonville Indianaand M .= .... , . L in Louisville lastweek. Mlss *** formal gown of white silk-and headpieces identical In with lace and pearls and a ethodist Church on Octo- with miniature bridesmai,dJ rs. rote ot eaver Smith went as a dele rate and ^..a faced veau de sole and Alen- design to that of the maid of miniatured bride and groom, ber 6th. The table was cen- in topaz gowns, The bride uam, ner parents, Mr ant o ,,,, ,t,,,, """"" hen f shion " tere w h - n- " District Corres'-"ndence.- " ................ con lace. The empire bodice or. They carried cas- a ed bythe bride s aunt, d It topaz chrysan- place was marked by a ml S P S R v,, t~arnes a[cenaea tne surprxse . Mrs teve axton r, o M he " " S cret r'' f"o-'- U"'v ............. was designed in a rounded cedes of yellow chrysanthe- rs. J. C. Spence of Mad-t mums and snapdragons, lature bride in the trsdl R M~ n Mrs ~ a ~ . ,,, t,,~ "" ~ nlrtllaay tanner ior nls oro ~ chester oad; . a d ' of ..... nes 7t neckline with loner taneredv mums centered with tonaz,, isonville, was cut in thetra- A bridesmaid s luncheon tional white gown. Donald Paxton Mark and tner, mr. James ar , a ,, , ..... Colle re a Henderson whm-, ,,_ ..... n ........ sleeves Garlands of lace mums. ditional manner, was given at the home of 0 -- , .,..v ll/l~ IIU[II[~11L%Uf~ U$.L+~III~IO.y. 00111 Allison; mr. ann mrs. nay- s'he is a student nurse "" v enriched with vearl beadinm, Serving Mr. Tabor as best Assisting at the reception Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown ward Spanks, I eesa and Lea ' - " R - ..... ,. ,, - . cascaded over the bodice and man was Mr. Freddie Brown table were Miss Mary Carla- of ochester, paternal Mr. and Mrs.Walter Case ann mr. ant xars. 3.,av ct ** *** skirt front. A deep band of of Beaver Dam. Usherswere rlne Smith and Miss Kay grandparents of the bride, bier had as their guests for rumes, Rlckte and Bruce, Mr and Mrs. Hamilton Mrs. Stella Elltott of Jef- lace followed the hemline of James Reid of Beaver Dam; Pendley of Rochester; Miss The table was covered with 6 o'clock dinner lVl nday ew all of Hartford; Mr. andMrs. Render and Mr. and Mrs. fersonville, Indlana Is visit- the "A" shaped skirt Teddy Alexander of Beaver Judith Hines of Beaver Dam; white cloth and gold nose- enlng, the "Couvles Club", teve r'axton, Jr. and Jim- Walter Bevil visited Mr. and ing her sisters, Mrs. Emma Matchin lace bordered theDam; Duncan Smith of Mo - and Mrs. BIll Flgg of Bow- gays, entwined with whiteMr. and Mrs. G'lendon St** mie of Rockport; Michael Mrs. Bert Lusk at Valley Hire and Mrs. Steve PaxtOno watteau"chaDel train. Peaugantown and Jerry Smith of ling Green. Assisting wlth wedding bells, holding the vens, Mr. and Mrs. Ort,e Cambron of Whitesvllle andStation Wednesday and Sr. and Mr. Paxton for a and l/ice petals secured her Rochester, cousins of the the cake were Miss Susie corners of the cloth. The Jarnlgan and Mr. and lVlrs. Miss Donna Paxton. Thursday of last week. couvle of weeks, bouffant veil of En lash il- bride Hal Smith of Owens- Mav ose of Louisville and table was centered with a Hamilton Render. '1 WILLSE TWO LOCATIONS MAIN BANK: MAIN STREET, BRANCH BANK: