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Servicemen's News Lanny Tichenor Helps Unit Earn Award Arman First Class Lanny D. Tichenor, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Tichenor of Route 3, Bea- ver Dam, Kentucky, has been, recognized for help- ing his unit earn the U. S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Aman Tichenor, a mis- sihe instrumentation me- chanic in the 439 2nd Communications Squadron at andenberg AFB, Cali- fornia, will wear the distinctive service ribbon asia permanent decoration. Hisunit was cited for aiding immeasurably in ob- taiB!ng the goals of the missile launch programs of the U- S. Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (N6SA) at Vandenberg. The airman, a graduate of Beaver Dam High School, attended the University of Kentucky and Western Ken- lUCky University. Lizzie Ford Chapter To Meet Stephen Kane Promoted To Airman First Class Stephen Kane was pro- moted to Airman 1st Class Ianuary 1, 1969. He earned this promotion by passing the required tests and per- formance "of duty. He completed specialized training in fire protection and Is stationed at Forbes Air Force Base, Kansas. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kelly W. Kane, Bea- ver Dam, Kentucky. John E. Howard Completes Basic As a tribute to the old blacksmith shops in Ohio County and the Doem sent in by one of our readers, Mr. Presley Gra of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, we are printing the above picture of the Gillispie Brothers Blacksmith Shop. The shop, operated on Union Street, Ohio County Hospital Notes, was later destroyed by fire. Jim Gillispie is ptcturecl in the front with William H. Gillispie in the background. This blacksmith shop was first operated by their father, Robert Huston Gillispie. This picture appears through the courtesy of Mrs. W. H. Gillispie of Hartford. December 31 - Ennis January 3-Jewell Fraze, Tlchenor, Centertown. Central City; Herman Ren- sonAirmanof Mr. J°hn Ean d" H°ward'Mrs. ven,JanuarYcromwell; 1 " ArthurD. C. Ben -Ha" Lindsey, tier, McHenrY;Olaton; RoscoeL°rena Joseph A. Howard, Route Jerry nell' M'D"Bevil BeaverBeaver Dam; Dam; HettieWeSterfield'Raley, BeaverHartf°rd;Dam; 1, Centertown, Kentucky, Lillie Givens, Echols; Willie Peirce, Hartford. haSingForceaSSignedBase,atC°mpletedTexas.LacklandBase,t ° SheppardHebasiCTexasAirhasF°rcetrain-beenAirfor McHenry.Hartford; Dam;H°mer Gleas°nStewart'DennisBaggarlyStewart'Beaver Menser,GarciaGayhart,ris'JanuarYH°rseHartford;Hartford;4Beaver Branch;" MaS°nprudieDam;Mary M°r-Lena training in aircraft main- January 2- Paul Conway, Chester Renfrow, Horse tenance. Airman Howard is Cromwell; Marie Maden, Branch; Lucille Morphew, a 1968 graduate of Ohio Hartford; Beulah Patton, Cromwell; Herman Bryant, County High School, Hart- Utica; Patricia Payne, Hartford. ford, Kentucky. Bloomington, Indiana; Ruby January 5- VadaStewart, LizZie Ford Chapter No. Johnson, Echols; Irene Beaver Dam; Agnes Brown, A daughter to Mr. and 416,Order of Eastern Star are urged toattend. Beulah Warren, Rochester; Don Beaver Dam; Sheila Bundyo Mrs. Harold Fraze of will meet January 13 at Marlow, worthy matron, Warren, Rochester; Mattie Rosine; Mary Ann Heflin, Central City, Kentucky on 7:30 p.m. All members will preside. Bratcher, Cadiz. Beaver Dam; John Ragland, January 3. Hartford; Mary Ragland, Hartford; Donald Sander- fur, Beaver Dam; Charles Crowe, Hartford; Mary Ab- ney, Beaver Dam; Ben Johnson, Utica; Carolyn Embry, Morgantown; Tim- my Joe Embry, Morgan- town. January 6 - James Far- ris, Echols; Billy Burden, Echols; Tamatha Martin, Olaton. Births THOSE WERE THE DAYS OF IOE (.URTAINS A.F40 OVERHEATED MOTORS / EMEIHER THE FORD TOURIN CARS IN THE EVERY TIME DECEhtBER ˘OMES...AND WINTER'S NEAR...SOME FOLK5 ALWAYS LIKE TO RE-REMEMBER THE OLD DAY5 COURT NEWS Roger Day Synder, inade- quate silencer, plea of guitty, 910, cost 918, fine suspended, paid $18. Billy Eugene Davis, speeding, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, paid $28. Thomas Yewell Crowe, speeding, amended to dis- orderly conduct, plea of guilty, 910, cost $18, paid 928. Waiter Earl Eeson, speeding, amended to dis- orderly conduct , plea of guilty, $20, cost $18, paid $38. Fred August Brauns, speeding, plea of guilty, $i0, cost 918,fine suspend- ed, paid $18. William Carl Hamilton, no vehicle inspection stick- er, plea of guilty, 910, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Edgar Lee Winston, ira- guilty, pr°er $1Passing'0, cot Sfi °f *" suspended, paid $18. Jimmy Whittier, no oper- ators license, plea of uilty, $10, cost $18, $28. Form 64p(Ste)--Rev=d June, 1$7 Letter To The Editor 2924 Berkley Road Ardmore, Pennsylvania Janualy 1, 1969 Mr. Andy Anderson Hartford, Kentucky Dear Mr. Anderson: The enclosed jingle rhyme, "Old Ohio County smith Shop," may be of interest to some of readers who like to review the past. If you to be suitable material, you may print it in THE if you wish. The jingle is original and has never in print. Your plan of showing pictures of' old groups scenes is a very good one. It is well to have a those old times and old things which will soon completely. Very truly yours, Presley Gray '01d Ohio County Blacksmith S Time has changed nigh everything. No longer we hear the anvil ring. The forge is silent, and quiet the hammer. The smithy is gone with it's lively clamor. • /i Before the days of Gas Tin Lizzie, The black-smith shop was always busy- Horse shoes, buggy, wagon or plow, Whatever the problem, the smith knew how. To shoe a horse, it took great skill- C°nvinCeTo be niceahorse, h°rse agalnStand hurthlSnoWillrone - ! At least until this job is done. Horse Psychology was what it took- Not found in any college book. : Clever tricks the smith would USer :i To get that horse to wear iron shoes. The shoe was heated and hammered a bit, Shaped at last to a perfect fit. If the horse behaved, it worked all right. The black-smith nailed the shoe on tight. Some horses objected - it was no joke, Hitched in there, near fire and smoke. How could he know what goblin thing From demon fire might suddenly spring? The bellows, forge, grind-stone, drill, Linger in our memory still. Anvil and hammer rang merrily then, Back in the year of Nineteen-ten. When things got busted, or badly bent, Straight to the black-smith shop they went- Hay-rake, harrow, thresher, binder, A cider mill, or a sausage grinder. Small jobs came of every kind, Also the man with an ax to grind. A wonder it is, how under the sun, Without push-buttons, the job was done. Times were good in the old home town. Black-smith work would never slow down- But NO - new times were coming on. The good old days would soon be gone. Wagon, buggy and one-hoss-shay- Those relics were soon to pass away. Modern Times of War and Woe, Turn our thoughts to long ago. 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