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Miss Phyllis Wade Candidate For Derby Queen Contest Miss Phyllis Wade, UK student, was chosen by the sorority to which she pledged to represent Zeta Tau Alpha In the Four- teenth Annual Sigma Chi Derby Queen Contest. The derby, sponsored by the Sigma Cht Fraternity, in- eludes an afternoon of con- tests, such as relay races, limbo, egg-throwing, and various other events in which the sorority pledges participate and compete for points. Phyllis Is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Wade and Mr. Lenor Wade of Hartford. Weddin g .Oth Dlanne Bratcher, daugh- a:nnlversary ter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Button of Centertown, and Judge and Mrs. J. J. Jerry Saltng, son of Mr. , Blankenship, formerly of and Mrs. Jake Saling of Hartford, celebrated their Echols, were united In golden wedding anniver- marriage on November 5 sary Sunday October 30th at 1 p.m. at the Pond Run at their home in Owens- Baptist Church, with the boro. Reverend Henry Baize of- Guests attending were the ficiating. Attendents were immediate family, Mr. and Mrs. Jean McIntyre of Mrs. R. B. Blankenship of Echols, and Ernest Ste- Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. vens of Central City. James M. Kessinger of Mr. Saling is a graduate Owensboro, and Mr. and of Beaver Dam HighSchool Mrs. Rogell Blankenship and is presently employed and children, Kathy, Karen, at Whirlpool in Evansville. and Cindy of Louisville. Mrs. Saling attended Cen- tertown High School. The couple will make their A Prayer Fw Kay home at Oakland City, Ind- ;;;l'hank, you. for holding my hand so tight;  While I'm restless In the night; And for helping me to laugh each day; And for comforting me as I pray. Thank you, dear God, most of all For giving me faith that will never fall. Some tomorrow take that faith in your hand And help me, Father, to be brave and stand. Show me how to run and play And please help me live In the right way. I know dear Father, this is only a sign To give others faith Just like mine. So, dear God, be patient with me. I can hardly wait for this burden to flee. But, I'll hold tight all the while And with love for you continue to smile. -:/ Mary Jo Isaac for Gllllm lana. ............. S,unnydale Home News Notes Attending their first La- tin Convention, the Ohio County High Chapter of the Junior Classical League brought home a third place, a first place trophy, and two state officers. The group of eleven members and their advis- or, Mrs. Conrad Render, traveled with Butler Coun- ty to the meeting held at Shelby County High School. Mary Hartley cam- paigned for and won the office of state historian. The chapter was asked to publish TORCH: KEN- TUCKY, the state news- letter. Teddy Lou Russell will assume the respon- slhilittes as editor next year. Dressed as Penelope, Bonne Johnson received third place in the costume contest. Pare Johnson and Gwen R anney won a tro- phy for their entry in the poster and project con- test. ffar/fora' . Centertown ! 90I00iI00TY I00EW9 ! Mrs. NO!eMSddox [ Terry Spradling is home $, m s 1] mass S iet!l I00dit 298 3488 fatal0 day leave from r . a m . , OC 0 r m k the Marshel Islands. While L' here he is visiting his A ' ...... ''-''''*'''--"-'-% mother, Mrs. Wallace Cal- PERSONALS Snodgrass's stepdaughter, Miss Mayme Wade of )ldtam returned home loway, and grandmother, ..... Mrs. James A. Ralph, Mr. Buford spent the weekend Wednesday of last week af- Mrs. Fannie Porter. Other It is good to be home Ralph and Mrs. Earnestyne with Miss Genevia Hudson, ter a visit to Baraboo, Wis- guests Sunday of Mrs. Par- after eight weeks. Now I McConnell on Sunday. City. consin. *** terH. S.wereMoore,Mr'Mr.andand Mrs.Mrs" ** *** Thurmon Porter, Mr. and know what the home town Cecil P.Taylor, City, has Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Isaac Pools, Jr., Mrs. Wallace Catlowayand paper means to people who Blair of Dayton, Ohio vis- City, returned to her home returned home after being Gale, and Mr. and Mrs. are away from home. They Burley Graham and Sonja were good enough at the ited Mrs. Blair's mother, Tuesday of last week from in the Ohio County Hos- pital several days for ob- TIMES office to send us Mrs. Madeline Wade, City, the Ohio County Hospital servation. Jean. the paper each week. It over the weekend. Sunday where she underwent an *** *** was like a visit from a dinner guests were Mrs. appendectomy. She is ira- Mr. and Mrs. B.R. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd dear one. Please call your Catherine Blair, Mrs. Sue proving nicely. Everly, City, and Mr. and Brock are visiting their news in; it means so much Van Fleet and daughter Jan *** Mrs. Elbert James and children in Indiana this to the person away or pea- of Owensboro, Miss Mayme Mrs. R. A. Duke of Lib- children of Centertownvis- week. pie who are not able to get Blair, Mr. Crit Blair, and erty Street suffered a bro- ited Mrs. James' parents, *** out. Will you please do Geneva Hudson. ken ankle at her home Man- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mrs. Nettle Brown is the this? When you have news, day of last week. She was Shrull of Quality, Kentucky proud grandmother of a new please call me at298-3488. Mr. and Mrs. Russell at the Ohio County Hospital on Sunday. granson. She went to visit ** Roach anti son DavidofAk- several days, but is ira- *** him and his parents, Mr. Guests over the weekend toni Ohio were guests from proving at her home now. Mrs. Jack Henry re- and Mrs. Don Brown, over at the homeofMr, andMrs. Thursday until Sunday of *** turned home Sunday from the weekend. Carl Golns, City, were Mr. Mr. Roach's aunt, Mrs. W. Miss Phyllis Wade, a stu- Vanderbilt Hospital in *** and Mrs. Hal McGahey and M. Daniel, and daughters, dent at the University of Nashville, Tennessee, In the Ohio County Has- sons, Don and Chuck of Thelma and Hazel, at their Kentucky In Lexington, where she had surgery. She pltal at this time are Wal- Louisville. home on Render Street. Kentucky, spent the week- is now improving. Her ter James, Eddie Hill ** *** end with her mother, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Martha Everly, Mrs. Mary Ttche- Mrs. Carrie Bartlett had Mr. Jerry Jackson of lnd- Mary Wade, and her sis- Kirkner, and children of nor, and Katy Bails. Very as guests over theweekend lanapolis, Indiana was a ter, Becky. Collegeville, Pennsylvania sick at home is Rupert Mr. and Mrs. Gorman weekend visitoratthehome *** have been visiting Mrs. Ashby. We hope this will Kesstnger and Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Arvin Heflin re- Henry for some time. Mrs. find all of them much Mrs. Garland Patton of Bechtel, Phyllis, and turned hom last week from Kirkner waswith her moth- better. Bloomington, Illinois, Mr. Shtela, City.*** the Owensboro - Daviess er in Nashville. *** and Mrs. Omar Porter of County Hospital where she *** Mr. Cecil Taylor was Centertown, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. had been a patient for ob- Mrs. Donald Paxton, taken to the Ohio County George Tucker of Horton, Staggers of West Point, servation for a week. She City, underwent surgery Hospital from thebankhere Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Roeder Mississippi are spending is much improved at her last Friday at the Owens- last week. He is much bet- and son Johnnte of Central several days with their home on Old Main Street, boro -Daviess CountyHos- ter at this Ume. Grove, and Miss Pearl daughter, Mrs.SmittyTay- Ctt. pital. She is doing nicely. *** ** Word was received here Jones of Central City. lor, and Mr.***Taylor, City. *** ** Mrs. Edward Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. ConwayAd- last week of the death of Mrs. Sam Mason and Mr. and Mrs. John Hill City, returned home Tues- dington of Owensboro vis- "Pat" Calloway of Grtf- Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett, Taylor and son John of day of last week from the ited on Sunday with Mrs. ftth, Indiana. "Pat" was City, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lettchfleld visited Mr. Owensboro-Daviess Coun- Addington's mother, Mrs. formerly of this cam- Marion Hugh Barrett and Taylor's parents, Mr. and ty Hospital where she un- Lois Phillips. Another muntty. daughter Shelly of Adairs- Mrs. John Ross Taylor, derwent minor surgery, daughter, Mrs. Mattie *** vtlle, Kentucky Sunday af- of Kirk Street and Mrs. She is back at work this Belle Boyd and son Rai- Rex, Jeanne, and Col- ternoon. Taylor's father, Mr. S.L. week. ford were also dinner lenne Reneer flew to Btl- ** Baird, and Mrs. Baird, *** guests, oxi, Mississippi this week- Mrs. Lela Snodgrass and City, on Sunday.*** Mr. and Mrs. Charles *** end to attend the funeral Mr. Otto Havens of Mar- of Eula Lee Reneer, wife antown visited with Mrs. ilMlll Dinner Liuie Ford Chsp|er Ofett theirvincentbrotherReneer.Dr. Ever-The Hartford Alumni Dance To Meet funeral was at the First A birthday dinner was Baptist Church of Biloxi. given Sunday for Mr. Hugh The Lizzie Ford Chap- Services were conducted Plans are being made Lynn Wade, Beaver Dam, ter No. 416 Order of the by Rev. Sparksman andas- for.tlaQ Haxtfod Alumni by his parents, Mr. and Eastern Star will meet sisted by Dr. Morton of : Association reception and Mrs. Leonard Wade, Hart- Monday, November 14, at Midwestern Baptist Sere- dance to be held on Friday, ford. Also present at the 7:30, at the Hartford inary, Kansas City, Mts- December 23, 1966, at the dinner were his wife, Masonic Lodge. All mere- souri, and Everett Vin- Hartford Junior High Llnda, and children, Bobby bets are asked to attend cent. Burial was In the School. and Cathy; Peggy andSteve and visitors are welcome, cemetery at Biloxl. Weex- A reception will be fol- Wade; and his grand- Foris J. Davis will pre- tend our deepest sympathy lowed by a business meet- mother, Mrs. Everett side. to the family, especially ing. Speaker for the even- Langford. Sunday guests of Mrs. Fanny Bell King were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Abney and children of Beaver Dam. Dinner guests were Miss Betty Parks, Llnda Frames, and Ilola Hardin. Afternoon guests were Freddie Maden, Jessie Dale King, Gary and Phil Gray, Clifford Dockery, and Mrs. Ernest Faulkner. Miss Ltnda Frames of Narrows had as guestsSat- urday night Barbara Gtl- liras and Ilola Hardin. Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parks and Betty were Mr. and Mrs. IraSchroader and Mrs. Larry Schroader. *** Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. John A lvey and Tammy were Mr. and Mrs. StanleyE. Petty, Jr., PFC Philltp Embry, and tng will be Dr. Chalmer P. Embry of Owensboro, a 1941 Hartford graduate, and an alumnus of Wes- tern University and the Un- iversity of Louisville. Dr. Embry is on the Board of Regents at Western Uni- versity, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Music for the dance will be furnished by members of the Ohio County High School Band. Letters will be mailed to all alumni on December 1st. Tickets for the al- umni wlll be $2.00, for each guest $1.00. We would llke a reply as soon as possible. Make your plans now to come on Friday, December 23. We hope to have a large attendance which will make this a good year for the alumni 9 Dference is irn ]'he Xervice" Wb hagle 00ple/e i#$#ru#e rofmdre6,#/$. Martin Tichenor Miss Sue Parks. Little Miss Angella Mid- kiff spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Parks, Sue, and Betty. *** Monday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Alvey and Tammy were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bumpus and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prll- laman and children, ATtic and Kenny, from Martins- ville, Virginia. ilartin Tickenor Insurance Agency Little Master Rickey Tinsley spent Tuesday HARTFORD Z98-3413 night with his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vlvlan ................... ? ...............  Leach. ,,, Announclna Mr. and Mrs. Densll Smith and children from Eleanor Williams Hammond, Indiana stayed Dance Studio E For Girls And Boys .N Ages 3 through High School IR Combination Class Of Acrobat Tap Ballet It Modern Jazz (PersonaUty Singing and Baton given with rouunes.) N Classes will be held at the {.O OHIO COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB |W R, esidence Pho.ne 2.98.-_5..560. ..... _.. association. Mrs. Jean Voyles, Hart- ford, and children, Natalie, Tommy, and Bobby were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sandefur, and bro- ther, Clifton. Mrs. Voyles' husband, SP Orvil Voyles, Is stationed in Saigor/ and is expected home in Jan- uary. *itit Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. Homer Ralph, James Earl, and Cindy, were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ralph and son David. **It Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Relda Ball were her daughters, Mrs. Clif- ford Sandefur and Mrs. from Monday to Sunday with Daisy Underhill. his father, Mr. Jessie ..:*Lynn Smith. **It Miss Phyl Wade, freshman at the University Mr. and Mrs. Graver of Kentucky, was aweekend Murphy visited Mr. and guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary ade, and sister, Mrs. William Murphy of Becky. Hartford Tuesday. Mr. Leonard Norris re- turned to work at Owens- Mr. and Mrs. Vlvian boro Monday. He has been Leach visited her daughter, recovering from a recent and family, Mr. and Mrs. operation. *** Tommy Tlnsley, Rickey, and Randy, Sunday. Miss Lorrlane Davis vls- Red Mr. and Mrs. Vlvian i[[ Leach Sunday. REVIVAL 7' P.M. biightly COMMUNITY FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Beaver Dam, Ky. EVANGELIST Rev. Jim Campton Pastor Of Ech01s Baptist Church For Transportation Call: Claude Leach Sunday School Supt. Richard Casey Associate Pastor Rev. Mrs. Cecil Daniels Host Pastor Invites All People To Come And Fellowship THE OHIO COUNTY ,'-t'7'iAf'rrT( , Yoer Pklure Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY_, NOVEMBER 10, 1966 9 to Everett Vincent and his three children. It It It Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watktns and children are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Watkins and Jerry. It*it Our sympathy goes to the family of Kenneth Bennett who passed away last week. *it* Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lit- tle and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Porter. *It* Mr. and Mrs. Chick Cole- man and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Martin attended the State N.F.O. Convention at Bardstown, Kentucky Sat- urday and Saturday night. ,it. Kenny Maddox arrived home Thursday evening from Vtet Nam, where he served with the U.S. Air Force. He received his dis- charge on returning to T ra- vis A.F.B., California. Af- ter four years he is once again a citizen of Center- tow n. Glen Porter has received word that his son, P.F.C. George Porter, U. S. Army, is serving withthe 1st Cav- alry in Viet Nam. His ad- dress is P.F.C. George K. Porter, U.S. 52637537 Co. B, 2 Bn. 8 Car. 1st Car. "AIR", A.P.O. San Francisco, California, 96490. I'm sure he would love some letters from his friends here. $itit P.F.C. Gary Jackson, U.S. Army, will leave the last of this week for a tour of duty in Vlet Num. Gary has been visiting his par- ents here while on a fur- lough. Good luck, Gary. Our thoughts go with you. We shall be praying for your safe return. It$it A birthday supper was iwn for Mr. and Mrs. arold Rowe at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Er- ne t McConnell, Friday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rowe, Mrs. Opal Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCon- nell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rowe. Itq$ Mrs. Etlla Rowan Is in the Ohio County Hozpltal where she is a patient for observation. God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life John 3:16