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The Messenger from Madisonville, Kentucky • 3

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The Messengeri
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Madisonville, Kentucky
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Tuesday. July 22. 1975 The Messenger Madisonville, Ky. 3 Backgammon Club Meets Green-Jones Wedding In Mortons Gap Church On Tuesday evening July the newly formed backgammon SO club met at the Lake Inn, Lake Malone State Seventeen people were in attendance to participate in instructions and tournament play A five point tournament was won by Mrs. Thomas Brizendine of Greenville Several new people attended for the first time and were given free instructions in the rules of play and tactics.

Backgammon is fun for those persons who want to play for fun without having to "think too hard'' It is challenging too to those person who want to im prove their level of skill. The next meeting of the club is scheduled for the first Tuesday evening of August Interested persons are invited to attend. The Second Baptist Church of Mortons Gap was the scene of a beautiful June wedding uniting Miss Evelyn Kay Green and Gregory Allan Jones in marriage. The bnde is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. James Green of Mortons Gap Parents of the groom are Mr and Mrs.

Parker, of Louisville The Rev Robert Grass of ficiated at the trinity candle service, assisted by Calvin Cheatham, seminary student, who also served as groomsman Vows were repeated before an altar centered with a pedestal arrangement of pink snapdragons, blue miniature daisies and white pompoms, embellished with greenery The arrangement was flanked by seven branch candelabra, holding white tapers. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Peggy Hohimer, organist, assisting David Wall, brother-in-law of the groom, who sang "My Sweet Lady." Family pews were marked with white satin bows. Can-dlelighters Dale demons and Steve Cheatham, performed the ceremony of laying the white carpet for the bridal procession The Bride The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white crepe gown, fashioned with a gently draped netkline, ac cented with a high fitted lace midriff, flared skirt, and short puffed sleeves, displaying self lace bands. The skirt swept into a chapel train.

Her elbow veil of illusion was attached to a lace headpiece, embellished with eed pearls She carried a cascade of blue tipped carnations with blue streamers atop her white prayer book, a gift from the groom Traditional items were the white Bible, something new; a tiny pearl necklace, something old. and a blue garter Her matron of honor. Miss Carol Foe, and bridesmaid, Robin Daugherty wore blue crepe, gowns, similar to the bride Each carried single blue mum with matching streamers Little Miss Rene Putty served as flower girl, carrying a white basket of miniature blue and pink daisies. Mr Martin Jones, brother of the groom, was best man, and ushers included Jeff Jones, brother of the groom and Scott Green, brother of the bride Master Lowry, nephew of the bride, was the nngbearer Miss Cindy Jones, sister of the groom, kept the register book For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Green chose a full length, sleeveless, powder blue gown, with matching short-sleeved jacket, embellished with cut-work appliques and Italian lace Alluvial diamonds were first found in South Africa in 1867 on the banks of the Orange River.

The Kimberly diamond rush took place in 1871. love-knots Her accessories were white. The mother of the groom wore a street -length dress of beige floral crepe, with matching jacket. Both mothers wore white carnation corsages, with white ribbons The bride's wedding gown was handmade by her grand mother, Mrs Verner Green of Mortons Gap The Reception Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the basement of the church, with the following serving -as attendants: Mrs George Alrpon, receiving hostess; and Mrs Earline Sarver, Miss Etta Jean Berry and Miss Jenny Long, all cousins of the bride, serving at the bride's table Some 97 persons were in attendance. Out-of-town guests included those about mentioned and the following: Mrs Scott Creen of Charleston, C.

Mr. and Mrs Charles Cook, Martha, Jean, Kyna, and Bobby Joe of Walcott, Ind Mr Martin Jones, South Carolina Mr and Mrs Panuel Lowry and Ken vin; Mrs Lilly Mae Lowry, Smyrna, Mrs. David Jones and son, Mr and Mrs. Gary Jones, Mr. and Mrs.

Jeff Jones and daughter. Miss Cathy Still, Debbie Veech and Reva Watson, Lousiville Also, Mrs. David Wall and Mr and Mrs Geroge Cheatham, Mr and Mrs Robert Mayes, Dale ('lemons, Steve Cheatham, Charles Fox, Miss Roni Logan and Miss Marilyn Powers, all of Lousiville The bridal couple are presently residing in Louisville and will return to western Kentucky in August, when the groom assumes a teaching positon a Dalton Elementary School. The bride is a 1975 graduate of South Hopkins High School. The groom attended Eastern State University, and received his B.A.

degree in Elementary Education from Western State University Showers Mrs. George Almon and Mrs Verner Green were hosts for a miscellaneous shower for Miss Green in the social hall of the Mortons Gap Second Baptist Church. Misses Robin Daugherty. Carol Toe and Connie McKinney were hosts for a personal shower for Miss Green, given in the home of Mrs. James T.

Green. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Allan Jones Highland Garden Club Has Bicentennial Picnic Living Today In The City And (lountv THE MESSENGER PuDisned weekday etternocns eno Saturday mornings by vsa Publisn.ncj Co inc Ml South Mem SirMt Madisonville. Kentucky 41431 CIOROE WASHINGTON PUBLISHER ICl 174 MMisonviHe Pubi Wonc) Co Inc All Rights RntrM All property rights lor th enl re contents of this publication shell D.

the property of Madisonville Publishing Co inc no pert hereo may be reproduced without pror written consent Second Ciess postage paid at Madisonville Kentucky MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Tut Associated -Press is entitled eiciusively to Hit uta lor republication of all' the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches WAYNE KEYS. Circulation Manager Phone II I MM Res 111 SUBSCRIPTION RATES CITY ROUTE CARRIERS Pr'' To'' One vear 31 20 1 31 4 Months IS 0 'I Three Months 0 I If MOTOR ROUTES One Year 13 10 I jj 4S Si Months loft) IS 7S Three Months 1 4S 43 la Mail Subscriptions i Routes I Hopkins and edioinmg Miss Debbie Lee Nichols Nichols-Oldham Engagement Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Duncan.

330 South Daves announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Debbie Lee Nichols, to Mr. David C. Oldham, son of Mr. and Mrs William Oldham, Grapevine Road. Miss Nichols is a 1975 graduate of Madisonville-North Hopkins High School.

Mr. Oldham, a 1973 graduate of Madisonville-North Hopkins, is employed by Renshaw Const ruction Co. The wedding is planned for Friday night, July 25, at 8 p.m. at Madisonville First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. All friends and relatives are invited toattend.

Home ork Tint Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Simpson, 641 Echo Lane, were hosts for the Highland Garden Club's bicentennial picnic, entertaining members and guests on their beautiful wooded lawn last Thursday evening Lanterns and garden flowers combined with red, white and blue table cloths set the patriotic theme. Members wore bicentennial costumes and old-tashioned games and contests made for a good time Attending were Mr.

and Mrs. George Adcock, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Barber, Mr. and Mrs.

R. Breeden, Mr and Mrs. J.C. Leasure, Mr. and Mrs Charles Oates, Mr.

and Mrs Robert C. Offutt, Mr. and Mrs BE. Snider, Mr. and Mrs.

Ben Tomblinson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Webb, Mrs. JR. Claytor, Mrs.

R. Jennison and Mrs. W.H. Kington. The next meeting will be on Aug.

21 with Mrs. Howard Webb. Hillcrest Drive. Winstead-Mitchell Vows Are Plighted lime Price Ta I Year 14 (I 6 mot I as 43 MOT 4 IS Tctai it 04 '5 NEW ARRIVAL To ISO Miles ANNE BOLEYN Anne Boleyn was crowned Queen of England on June 1, 1533. I Year II 00 a Mos 11 is MOT 90 I OS 3S- 11 OS II 4 7 IS Take a look around your home Everyone Else Does JORDAN'S FURNITURE 7 E.

enter St. 821-1727 To Distance more Than I so miles Time Price Tea i Year is 00 I is 6 Mot 14 to tt 1 Mo an' '1." Mr and Mrs. William Hammonds of 307 Arcadia St. Dawson Springs, Kentucky are the parents of a daughter, Barbara Diane Hammonds, born on Julv 14. 1975.

Acne Vulgaris is an eruptive skin disease. The sebaceous follicles of the skin are the primary seat of infection. Totai 14 IS II S4 9 14 1 Happenings Want A Plate Lunch? Music Sfudents Rate High On KMEA Exams A number of Madisonville music students made exceptionally high scores on recent music theory examinations held at Murray State University under the sponsorship of the Kentucky Music hducators and Kentucky Music Teachers Association. In the Senior High Division. Kathy Ewing and Scott Clugston won first place ratings with 100 percent scores.

Janet Childress and Ruth Morgan placed second with 98 percent scores and Tammie Riley was third with a 94 percent score. In the Junior High Division Monica Shuler placed first with a 96 percent score; Margaret Alexander was second with 94 percent and John Taylor was a very close third place winner with a 93 percent score. Mrs. Homer L. Purdy is the Theory instructor for these students.

SHRINE CIRCUS Under The Big Top TheWorld Famou ij Hanneford Family Circus Just Think Of Those Elephants, Trained Horses, colorful Clowns, Graceful bouquest of yellow daisies, with green and white streamers. Mr Billy Mitchell, brother of the groom, was best man. Master Chris Winstead, brother of the bride, and Mr. Billy Neil Parrish were the ushers. The Reception Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church social hall.

The bride's table was covered with a white crochet table cloth made by her great-grandmother, centered with yellow daisies. The three tiered wedding cake was decorated with yellow roses and greenery, and topped by the bridal couple. Miss Wanda Mitchell, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Billy Mitchell, sister-in-law of the groom, presided at the punch bowl and served the cake. Following a brief honeymoon at Kentucky Lake, the newlyweds are at home at Dawson Springs.

The groom is enployed by the Webster County Coal Co. The Bride is a graduate of West Hopkins High School. Out-of-town guest, included, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Watson, Mr.

and Mrs. Kenneth Winstead, Mrs. Frank Winstead, Mr. and Mrs. James Watson and son Derrick Watson, Mrs.

Carol Winstead, and Miss Eva Deane Kemp of Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mullennix. Mr.

and Mrs. Bassie Jones, Mr. Ray Littlepage and family, Mrs. Helen Taylor, Mrs. Nola Franklin of Madisonville; Mr.

and Mrs. Ben Taylor of Richland, Mrs. Mary Timmons of Slaughters and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Fraommerand family of Hopkinsville, Ky.

A beautiful double ring ceremony in the sanctuary of the Rosecreek Cumberland Presbyterian church united in marriage Miss Kathy Rae Winstead and Mr. Gary Keith Mitchell. The Rev. Chester Cannon officiated in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Leroy Winstead of Nebo, and Mr. Mitchell is the son of Mrs. Velma Mitchell and the late Ruby Owen Mitchell of Dawson Springs. White gladioli tied with white ribbon and palms graced each side of the altar, with the cross in the center background.

The guest register was kept by Miss Judy Hale. Master Derrick Watson was organist for the wedding, using traditional marches, he is a cousin of the bride and in only eight years old. The Bride The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Victorian style bridal gown of satin lace covered in layers of lace. The gathered skirt ended in a train. Her shoulder veil of illusion was held in place by a Juliet Cap, studded with seed pearls.

She carried a bridal bouquet of yellow daisies and baby's breath tied with yellow and white streamers caught in love knots. The Attendants Miss Penny Kay Winstead was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of pale green and yellow with neckline and empire waist, with a slightly gathered skirt. She wore a matching piture hat with a yellow veil, and carried a Come On Out To Melody Lanes Featur i ng Broasted Chicken Serving: 1 1 A.M. To 2 P.M.

Monday Thru Friday I Trapeze Artists, All Of The I U.S. 41-A North Thrills And Excitement Of Circus Under The "Big Top" Shake 3 Big (2 Hour) Performances Daily Tues. 22rd 2-4: Wed. 23rd Mr. and Mrs.

Richard Dunham, 639 Princeton and Mrs. Hettie Johnson, 647 Princeton have returned from a two-weeks vacation. They visited Atlanta and saw Six Flags Over Georgia. The first Sunday of their trip they attended First Presbyterian Church in Forsyth, going on toSeville, Florida where they visited Max Dunham, a brother to Richard Dunham. From there they went to Winter Park, Florida, where they visited Mr.

and Mrs. Carl Zimmerman. Mrs. Zimmerman is the former Grace Thomson of Madisonville. The Zimmermans accompanied them to Orlando where they spent a day in Disney World.

Then they went to Venice, Florida to see the Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. Thomas. The Rev.

Thomas is a former pastor of Madisonville First Presbyterian Church. Then they traveled on to Clearwater where they had lunch one day with Dr. and Mrs. AG. Steinfeld, former Madisonville residents.

From there they visited the Smokies, Gatlinburg, Tenn. and Cherokee, N.C. Women of the Moose, Chapter 1306, were hosts for a farewell party honoring Mrs. Bob Baker, given Thursday night in the Moose home on Earlington Pike. Mr.

and Mrs. Baker are retiring and moving to Florida on Aug. 1 Both have been active in Moose circles for over 25 years. Mrs. Baker was presented a silver tray.

Refreshments were served after the presentation. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson, Miami, Florida, are visiting relatives in Hopkins County. They plan to be here the remainder of this week.

Special Buy One CIRCUS HANNEFORD FAMILY CIRCUS CIRCUS TILLERS MIDWAY OPEN 12 NOON CKET Admit One SjTI I DAILY DOORS TO MAIN TINT OPEN 1 HOUR BEFORE PERFORMANCE VALUE "WE NEED GOOD A $1 .00 Half Price 'I GET ONE FREE ANIMALS ON DISPLAY ALL DAY USED TILLERS" 12 Years Under With This Ticket Good Any Matinee That Seats Are Avai Table A 1. KWIK PIK We Are Now Paying u. A fc 1 KWIK PIK MARKETS Invites All Children To SEE THE CIRCUS AS IT SHOULD BE SEEN UNDER THE "BIG TOP" OFFER GOOD JULY 22 nd 23rd AND 24 AT Burger Queen Madison Sq. Top Dollar For Used Tillers On Trade In. PLUS We Are Still Selling Our New Airen's Tillers At 75 Prices.

So Bring In Your Old Tiller And Save More Than Ever Before AT THE LAWN GARDEN CENTER COUPON GOOD FAIRGROUNDS FOR July 22nd COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower assumed office as 13th president of Columbia University, New York City, on June 7, 1948. When you are told to use boiled unseed oil, don't buy linseed oil and boil it. You merely purchase linseed oil that says "boiled" on the container.

PRICE AT BOX OFFICE 2:00 4:30 p.m. July 23rd 2 :00 4 30 p.m. 41 South Madisonville 821-4288 CHARLES ASHBY "REALLY" CARES.

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