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..+o.,o. T/00'/ES YHrPk:tm Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKYj NOVEMBER I0, 1966 Personals Mr. and Mrs. Phtlllp Morrlson of Louisville vis- ited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Parker of Hartford, Route 3 and Mrs. Myrtle Morrison. $$$ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chick returned home Sat- urday after several weeks in the Ohio County Hos- pital. Their son, Wendell Chick, of California is via 2 itlng them George Barnes and Miss Johnnte Cross of Lexing- ton were guests over the weekend of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Barnes. $4t* Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Wil- son returned Saturday from a trip to Carlsbad, New Mexico where they visited her daughter, Mrs. Wil- liam Erwin, Dr. Erwin, and children. *** Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blanchard have returned home from a visit to their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Blanchard of A lamogordo, New Mexico and Mr. and Mls. Albert Blanchard and sons of Fort Hood, Texas. Guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blanchard were her sister, Mrs. El- bert Payton and Mrs. Roger Payton of Owensboro. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Carroll and family were their daugh- ters, Mrs. Paul East, Mr. East and Mrs. Donnle Mor- ris, Ilsley. Roger Carroll visited his sisters, Mrs. Paul East and Mr. East and Mrs. Earl Corner of Ilsley Sa- turday and Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- nard and Jimmy have moved back to their home here after spending the summer in Weal Virginia. Mrs. Barnard's niece spent the weekend with them and returned home Tuesday with Mr. Barnard who has a few more weeks work there. $$fa Miss Kittye Lee Taylor and Mrs. Austin Caudle of Hopkinsvtlle were guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. George A. Barnes, of Bea- ver Dam. lkO$ Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Brown spent Sunday in Louisville vlsitingGlen- don and Karl's mother, Mrs. Layton Brown, and their sister, Mrs. Louise Dever. Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Stevens, St,. and Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Render left Wednesday for Rolla, Mis- souri, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Ste- vens, Jr., Lisa, andSteve. The men are planning to hunt. P.F.C00 Charles Voyles Completes Traininl[ PFC Charles Voyles hal completed hls basic train- ing at Fort Benning, Geor- gia and hls eight week training of Army Indiv- iduals Training at Fort Leonard, Missouri. His training will be utilized at or near Wllminton, Ohio. Spc. 5/C Michael Brothers ReturNs From Germany Specialist Fifth Class Michael W. Brothers is re- turning home from Ger- many, where his wife and children have been residing with him. After a brief stay here, he will go to Vlet Nam, December 19. Mrs. Brothers and their two children will stay with Mr. Charles Voyles. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Young returned Saturday from a trip to Michigan where they visited Mrs. Young's aunts, Mrs. J. K.-ffhaver and Mr. Shaver and Mrs. Rosco Embry and family of Madi- son Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Roy An- nis visited their son Danny who is a student at Wes- tern Kentucky University at Bowling Green, Friday night. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Tinsley-of Hammond, Ind- iana visited Mr. and Mrs. John Carter recently. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Atherton were her sisters, Mrs. Lettie Johnson and Mrs. Pete Morgan and Mr. Morgan of Owensboro. Mrs. Rachel Nickell and son, Terry, and her moth- er-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Nickell of Georgetown, met Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ren- der at Elizabethtown, Sun- day and they visited Pri- vate John Robert Render at Fort Knox. Mr. and Mrs. Hollon Shown attended the all-day services and basket dinner at the Beulah Church Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee (Buck Shot) Chinn of Hartvllle, Ohio visited his aunts, Mrs. Oscar Kelly and Mr. Kelly and Mrs. Alice Daniel, and his uncle Mr. Anton (Peck) Chinn and Mrs. Charm, Thursday be- fore returning home after attending the funeral of his uncle Clyde Chlnn on Wed- nesday. fs$$ Several from here at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Pauline Shields at Bowling Green Saturday, She Was the sister of Mrs, Elmer Embry. $$0 Mr. and Mrs. Randell Watterson of Stubernsville, Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs. John Carter. SOCIETY i00eaver /)am + Rosine McHenry Social Personals N Circle Boyce Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Leslie -+ Crume attended the fune- " k ral of Miss Lilly John= ,, m c It 0 "el S "sty Ed 274 "496 ston, and vistted her moth- rs. a r on ant . oct ttor er, Mrs. Dona Baize on   '.1 Sunday. " " - ...........  -.2',--z *.:'!. r --., ,,  *** Kittye Lou Barnes Betrothal Announced Miss Barnes is a grad.- uate of Beaver Dam High School and is presently a senior at Kentucky South- ern College, Louisville. Mr. Vice is a graduate of Boone County High School and is also a senier at Ken- Mr. and Mrs Charles Tim Barnes of Beaver Dam announce the engagement of their daughter Ktttye Lou to Mr. Dennis Wayne Vice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil S. Vice of Petersburgp Kentucky. Gid Scouts Visit The TIMES tucky Southern College,+ The wedding will take place December 18th at 4:00 p.m. in the Beaver Dam Baptist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Front row, kneeling, left to right: Debbie Kavanaugh, Debbie Lamb, Donna William, Robin Burton, Janet Hudson, Jackle Henry, Tert Burden, Sherry Coppage. Second row: Kathie Young, Leesa Spanks, Linda Wil- liams, Barbara Baird, Vickte Bro.vles, Janet Tichenor, Cece Chinn, Kathy Cook. Top row: Juanita Coppage (leader), Debble Newcom, Jill Brown, Gay Harkins, Linda Welsh, Patty Smith, Betty Moseley, Kathy Hoover, Mrs. Ken Kirk (leader). Baptist Faculty Fellowship Class Hold Meeting Mrs. Ethel Armendt and Mrs. Lewis M Williams of Beaver Dam efftertained members of the Faculty Fellowship Class of the Baptist Church with a buf- fet supper Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Williams on North Main Street. A Thanksgiv- ing motif was carried out in the supper and table decorations. Following the supper a brief business meeting was held with the president, Mrs. Eldon Hox- worth, presiding. Members present included Mes- dames Winston Hix, Clus- ter Belcher, Marvin Fer- guson, Eldon Hoxworth, William M. Martin, Frank K. Casebier, Mary E. Ran- ney. Mantanzas Personals Mrs. T. A. Hill Mr and Mrs. Johnnte Taylor and Belinda of Booneville spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bell. Mrs. Eloise Stewart called on them Sunday afternoon. Mrs. JohnSmith and Mrs. Mable Sheffield visited Mrs. T. A, Hill Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mer- ideth and little son recently visited her parents. Mr. and Mx' Ciadd Shul arid Miss Teresa. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ewing visited his mother, Mrs. Addle Ewing, of Drakeshoro Sunday after- noon. *** Mrs. Dewey Wallace, who is employed in Evansville, spent the weekend at her home here. *** Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Bell and Miss Mertigene spent the weekend recently at their cabin on Rough River. The Women's Day of Prayer program was given at the home of Mrs. Roy Smith. Those attending were Mesdames John Smith, Marion Bell, John- nie Bllbro, Rex Igleheart, Walter Campbell, Foster James, Walton Carter, T. A. Hill, Roy Smith. $$4t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of Hartford recent- ly visited in the neighbor- hood. *** Marvin Ewlng and Wal- ton Carter recently made a trip to Chicago and moved Henry Ewing, Marion's fa- ther, to Owensboro. Mrs. Cecil Barnard of Beaver Dam called on Mrs. T. A. Hill Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. W.I. Brown and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Berryman recent- ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams and fam- Ily of near Montic,lIo, Ken- tucky. $4t$ Mr. and Mrs. Rex Igle- heart and sons recently visited Mrs. Anna Lee Chinn and Miss Amie. Miss Valeta Taylor spent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Taylor, and family. *** Mr. Randall Craig spent the weekend with his aunt, Mrs. Minnie Allen. Private Kenneth Autry, who is stationed at Fort Knox, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Autry, and family. Mrs Geneva Cole and family of Louisville spent Sunday visiting her broth- er, James Morris, and family. Mr. Harold D. Kuyken- dall entered the Ohio County Hospital Sunday night and will remain there a few days for observation. *** Rev. W.K. Johnson filled his regular appointment here at the Eaptist Church Sunday, and in the after- noon he conducted the fune- ral of Miss Lilly John- ston. $lklk Roy Geary and Mrs. Charles Crumes received word last week that their father was seriously III at a Louisville hospital. Mr. Vernle Geary is also the father of Mrs. Leaner Wal- lace of Louisville and Ray. Stop Lee Geary of Drakes- bore. *$4t Herman Woosley, broth- er of Herbert Woosley, is confined to the Owens- boro-Daviess County Hos- pital for observation be- fore undergoing a serious operation. G. W. House of Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. James Schroader of Oensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. V. O. House, Sr. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Har- den and children of Louis- ville spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Golds Ruby, and son. Mr. Henry Wallace of Horse Branch was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Wallace Sunday evening. Other visitors of the Wal- laces were Mrs. Edith Woosley and granddaugh- ter, Sharron Ferguson. Special $mice At Rosine The Roslne Baptist Church announces that a Service of Dedication will be held at the new build- ing here on the third Sun- day in November, the 20th. The Rev. Barnett, Ohio County Missionary, will preach at the 11:00 ser- vices, and the Duncan Quartet will be the fea- tured singers in the after- noon services. There will be other speakers it is hoped in the afternoon. All members, former members, and'astors are Invited and urged to be pre+- sent at this service. The Church has Just recently been completed, and we are very proud of this new building. Remember to tell all and come and be with us. You are welcome. ta$$ Guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Annts, Bea- ver Dam, were Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Kuykendall and sons, Greg and Todd of Owensboro. Sunglay vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. A n- nis, were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ralph and son, David. Mrs. Hubert Hlllard Mrs. Rosa Draper left Saturday for Louisville to spend the winter with Mr. andMrs. Henry Young and other relatives. Mrs.-S. A. Moseley re- turned home Saturday from the Ohio County Hospital. Conrad Miller and Ike Parritt of Benton Harbor, Michigan visited Mrs. Daisy Miller at the Ohio County Hospital last week. *** Mr. and Mrs. Hobe Autry have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hammond. *** Roy Hillard of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. BurlJohnson and children, and James Hillard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Red- dish at Central City. Mrs. Reddish returned home from the T. B. Hospital for a few da.g Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mose- ley and Paul of Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Verna Moseley and Judith, Mrs. Hubert Hillard and Betty Sue, Mrs. Oval Parks and Linda have been recent uests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Moseley. Larry and David Hlllard spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson of Horse Branch. *** Mr, and Mrs. Rex James had as a recent guest their daughter - in - law, Mrs. Paul James, of Louis- vllle. Paul is serving in the U.S. Army. Mrs. lena Trail cele- brated her 74th birthday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young of Hartford, Route t/1, Mr. and Mrs. James Young and granddaughter Lettcla Ann of Beaver Dam were recent guests of their mother, Mrs. Rosa Draper. Mr. S,, A. Moseley and Ivan Hlllard were in Mor- gantown Monday. OHIO COUNTY REST HOME Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Ross of Indianapolis, Indiana spent the day Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nancy Hosklns. *** Mr. George Harper and Mr. Fay Wardof LakeVlew Nursing Home are now at the Ohio County Rest Home. Mrs. Earl Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Black, Mrs. Paxton Taylor, and Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett visited Mr, and Mrs. D. T. Black. Mrs. J. D. Mackey of Stanly, Kentucky and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas James of Masonvllle visited Mrs. Naomi James. $$4, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cardwell of Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Cardwell of Huntsville, Rev. and Mrs. James Cardwell of Welch Creek, Brother and Sister Curtis of Echols, and Audrey Bratcher of Bea- ver Dam visited Mr. an,' Mrs. Ezra Cardwell. Rummage Evorv Snturdny 7:JO to 10:N n,m. At Iko lJomver Dim Cnlkolic Ckurck NONE WILL SERVE YOU BETTER-FEW AS WELL DOWNTOWN: MAIN BRANCH: U S ITS MOTTO: SAFETY-SERVICE 231 NORTH BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK A STRONG CONSERVATIVE BANK