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le Liberty Homemakers their January meeting at home of Mrs. W. O. with eight members ;ent. m lesson on "Company Is" was given by Mrs. Cook and Miss Arma report by each member ; given on the twelve :ets delivered to shut-ins hristmas. next meeting of the will be at the home of Alva Bennett on Feb- ry 10, at 10:00. e Planting portant County planting is animpor- practice in Ohio County. planting has three ira- purposes. The most rtant is good land use iroded areas to prevent The second is timber production for generations. A new has been added this Trees can be planted beautification purposes as to screen out an sirable view frorrl the or house-site. Another could be to completely up an eroded area or undesirable sights. cost share rate is the as last year. It will 16.00 per 1,000 trees The seedling should 6 x7 feet apart imber production and 6 for erosion control. trees that are avail,- rougt the Division of istry are loblolly or tie F pine, white pine, st, poplar and walnut. Shown, Everett Hop- i Irvin Smith, R. L. Ren- Venie Renfrow, Ruby Seaton Greer, Coy W.M. Arnold, and .r Baize have ordered to be planted this allon of water (U.S.) pounds ...... BEAVER DAm Donald Clay Geary, reck- less driving, plea of guilty, fine, probated for six months. James Butler, automobile theft, made $500 bond, wai- ved to the January term of court. James Butler, shooting with intent to kill, made $500 bond, waived to the January term of Grand Jury. Glean Chapman, arson, made $503 bond, waived to the January term of Grand Jury. Arthur Lindsey, breach of peace, plea of guilty, made $200 peace bond, to keep the peace for a period of six months. Biscoe Shown, breach of peace, plea of not guilty, made $20a peace bond, to keep the peace for six months. MARRIAGE LICENSE Mitchell Ross, 19, truck driver, Louisville, Ky., and Billie Ford, 17, EchJls, Ky. Roger Dale Carter, 19, factory worker, Rt. 1, M.: Henry, Ky., and Priscilla Ann Ellis, 17, Rt. 3, Hart- ford, Ky. Robert Arthur Sandefur, Jr., 18, Henry Vogt Machine Co., Horse Branch, Ky., and JoAnn Baize, 17, Rt. i, Horse Branch, Ky. New Povt00i A1 Whitehouse, Covington, has been named the state&apos;s poverty chief by Governor Edward T. Breathitt. Ap- pointed head of the Office oi Economic Opportunity, h s,,cees James L. Peel who resigned. Breatmtt laailed the ap- Mrs. Carlton Daniel, Society Editor 274-3496 Personals Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. Knight celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary Dec- ember 28 enroute to Jen- sen Beach, Fla., where they are spending the winter monzhs with their daughter, and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Barnard. Miss Shirley Kaye Barnes entertained with a slumber party at her home last Tuesday night after the ball game at Owensboro. The guests were Missess Joe [CurDle Whitter, Kathie ;Shrull, Vonell A ddington, and ! Janice Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hil- lard of Whiting, Ind., are the proud parents of a baby boy born at the St. Kather- ine Hospital, East Chicago, Ind., on January 18. He weighed 8 pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Timothy Hascal. His,rand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hillard of McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. Hascal Ashby of Beaver Dam. $* * ville was guest speaker at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church Sunday. Mrs. Wack- er accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nickel1 and Terry of Georgetown were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and,Mrs. Con- rad Render. *** The Winsome Class met Monday night, January 17 at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Zelma Wilson. Mrs. Mary Montgomery had charge of the devotional. The Womans Missionary Society of the Beaver Dam Baptist Church will be hos- tess to the quarterly meet- ing of the Ohio County As- sociational W.M.U. organi- zation on Thursday January 27. The program will start at 10 a.m. with pot luck lunch at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Barnes of Murray are spend- ing the mid-term vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hillard and family of McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnes and Kaye. Mr. Anion Chinn was guest Saturday of his sister, Mrs. Alice Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kit- polntment asone thatwillflive chens and daughter, Barbara Kentucky's poverty program flanned to leave Tuesday a new dimension because of San Antonio, Texas to his broad experience andna- visit their other daughter tional recognition." and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs .%,d%itu,,tion Raymond Lee Brown and No -n(h.r tlw little duckling. Stevie. 't'[Ir-, Oil his faCO i/ [town, * *  F'.r Jle ha'a ill:S: disc(vere(l, Little Miss Suzie Hardin ,lliiJ'irst,pair-of 0ants were Louisville is visiting her ;.2,i . VII. .% it Telephone Mrs. Alice Daniel and Mrs. ,ight Kindley attended a k :extile painting party at the Tal aome of Mrs. Robert Sny- der of Livia last Monday afternoon. They are plan- DAN JOHNSTON ning to give a party at the ur Telephone Manager Goshen Church Basement on Mo iy afternoon January 31. Anyone interested in Centertown Mrs. Crowe Maddox Everyone wishes to ex- press our deepest sympathy the family of Mr. Rufus Ross in the death of Mrs. Pearl Ross last Friday. She will be deeply missed not only by her family but by a host of friends. Little Eddie Duke is much improved in Owensboro-Da- viess County Hospital. He is suffering from a throat infection. BarbaraShoulders, foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shoulders, is to under- go surgery this week at Childrens Hospital, Louis- ville, Ky. Owen Brown, St. Louis, Missouri was a guest of his father, Ellis Brown one day this week. He attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs. Pearl Ross while here. Ce- cil Reed Howell, Indianapo- lis, Ind., was also home for the funeral, both formerly lived in Centertown. We welcome back to town Mrs. Alice Allen and son, Karl Allen They have liv- ed in Hartford the last three years and have rented the house of Dick Boyd here, Word has been received here that Winston Abbot a '62 gradua;,9,/ Cen, tg,9,:wn 'High Scht'a Soi in Viet Nam. Pvt. Abbot is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crows Maddox, Centertown. Re- freshments of punch and cak was served to the following guests. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Brock, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cole- man, Dennis and Joey; Mr. and Mess. Ernest McConnel, Suzy, Toby an Becky; Mrs. Guy Heflin, Mrs. Geneva Sheffield, .Mrs. Opal Mad- dox, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Char- ley Albin, Mr. and Mrs. Ri- cky Maddox, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Sheffield and Edwi- na; Mr. and Mrs. Monnie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pillow, Kim and Ginger; Mr.' and Mrs. John Taylor and Belinda, Mr. and Mrs. Reg- gie Shelton and Tammy; Mrs, Charlotte Goadall and Tim-. my, Sue Tichenor, Betty Wright, Vale Rhea Maddox, Elaine, Karen and Dorothy Lou Sheffield, Randy Ren- der, Marion Porter, Don Bartlett, Harold Blaine Coleman, Kenny Maddox and Mr. and Mrs. Crowe Maddox, ls SYMBOL STANDS FOR AN IMPORTANT PART t THE WORLDS GREATEST COMMUNICATIONS AM k ... li (0000weete00.e/ect. I  MANUFAC]URINB & SUPPLY UNIT OF THE BELL SYSTEM Ist of you probably already know something about the il System, but you may not bc familiar with the work iiWcstcrn Electric. This is the unit of the Bell System |t works bchind the sccncs manufacturing, and handling |purchasing, distribution..and insudhttion of Bell Tcle- I[:e .qu,p:,c:t . "h'isi ,. ',ri stance, When ou're iv, c that mattcrof ptrc , ng h n y king r in terms of what is nccdcd to keep 75,000,000 If !elephones in the t'.S. operatingyoure thinkingof [plles of just about cvcrything imaginablc. Pens and i]cils, relays and transistors, telephone poles, wirc and |lie. office equipment ... the list could go on and on. llW by purchasing in great quantities. Western Electric |ble to save moncy. Printing for example ... cards. i elopes, all kinds of stationery. By contracting with N ly printcrs all over the country, Wcstcrn Electric saves asands of dollars on its annual printing bill, rcsulting l awer cost to the local telephone companies. w ] of course, printing is just part of the purchasing Y. ]rhe total amount of budncss transactcd by Western "tnc's purchasing departmcnt is well ovcr one and a rter billion dollars annually. And the buying this esents is done through nearly 40.000 firms operating ivery statc., about 90% ot" thcm with Icss,than 500 'loyees. o what does all this mean to you thc tclcphonc cus- I er? Well for one thing, Wcstcrn Elcctric's insistence on ility and economy reaches you in the form of dependable cost telcphonc scrvice. And Western Electric's uniform hods and equipment result in greater efficiency of "ation. For yore. this means the best, most up-to-date munications cquipment in the world. mwork bctwccn Western Electric and all the other s of the Bell System ... one more reason you get thc ! Possible telephone service at the lowcst possible cost! Southern Bell WOMEN'S FEATURES Dear Louisa, My small daughter came home from school several days ago weeping because one of the children there had told her that I was not her real mother. She is an adopted chile and we have had her eve since she was a tiny baby, No child could be loved morel I told her that her frien hadn't realized what shewa saying--that I was the only mother she ( my child ) had ever known--that I felt ,sure that God had meant for me to have her because we were so much alike an that she should be very prou to know that of all the cM1- dren in the world she was the one I wanted--in other words she was a chosen child not just any one that happened to be born. This explanation seemed to make her very happy and she has not worried about the matter since. I thought I ,would pass this on to some THE OHIO COUNTY  7 Your ,ktur. Newspaper  "72 "r ' 5 Hartford, Kentucky, January 27, I%0 Anniversary ME:* ;"i: Bell of Cen:ertow:,, celebcated thoir 50th wg anniversary January, 16, at tile horn of a daughter, Mrs. L.L. Null in Louisville. qhe co:pt( was married at Greenville, Ky., January 12, 1916, Mrs. Bell is the former Elizabeth Kittinger of Moor- man. Which knocks 0ve' my gar- bage pail every night. I h.ave asked her to stop-it hut she says she can't. We have no fences. What should I do? We are good friends and ! coaaldn't {'hlnk of re- pong R to th,e police. L.G. --Del. ANSWER: I ,had the same trouble at one time and I solved my problem by taking the side pieces of an old worn- out glider and putting them firmly in the ground and then hanging my garbage can up l-agh enough where it could not lopened. Another friend of mine dug a hold in the ground and placed the can tn it so that it could not be overturned However, I think y friend should shut th one that bothers your garbage can. Ask her to read this MR. & MRS. S. N. IOELL Mr. and Mrs. ::;.N. iclt of Cen:ertow:] cekqrated their 50:h Wedding Anniver- saw January 1.6:h at the home of a datghtec, Mrs. L.L. (Betty Jo) Nail and M;, Nail in ho.fisvillc. The couple were m Tried a: G:eenville, Ky., .lan. 12, 1916. Mrs. l,eLI wa the former Elizabeth (iJz ere) Kittinger of Mo{,rrnan. They hae another daughter', Mer- tigene BeLl, of (:en_ertowa. tw'0 sons, .l. ('lark Kitting- er of Detroit, Michiga an1 Forest, of Onario, qau- da vh3 wa3 3 rc.:-,:q: gt.>3: o his nie,.:e, Nt:,. [.Droll Null, Mr. Nail and girls of Louisville. lie al:;o i,:t several days with hi% .%>- Bell and Merdgene, t hci b> je;: he went f,tTOnl l.,)'t >viii<: to Brandenton 1{#: h, l.l, to visit an,):h:r si.:ec, Xl.:. Mabel Wiltiam :-. other mother who has adear t'r..  " Mother--N.C. now at Camm Rahn Bay, l [-i - Viet Nam. , ANSWER: letter. ) It is always a good idea[ Louisa Q: Mrs. Gordon Soathard to tell children before they[  spent the day Friday with start to school that they are| !1 (\\; " Mrs. Georgia King. Green River -Area an John "very special as they have]. ....... nton, Extension Director of Carrol Carter, son of Mr. Kavanaugh, ()into Co,an.%, E- ten sion Agent. and Mrs. Oscar Carter is Opening Remarks-3ore home on leave from the :,ew!s learning textile painttngwith U.S. Navy. Louisa "What. Do Wc M,aa By An tube paints is invited tocon- A farewell art was iven [ _,.--It,: :ll,,------ .[Overall Development Plan h P Y g D [tIP:OU[V' J'(iVi anJ Why is it Needed?' - tact t em.... -.-------- Sunday afternoon for Kenny ear Louisa, [ J "' ::, ,1 Charlle Dixon, Extension " " " " L u s Maddox at the home of his vy neighbor has dog Mr, Bill Wacker ot o i - i 11 t . I lt-  a L  IServlce, Secretary, Sta:e -.- i _ _, - work 000 ]Development Cumin/ties. ,w.v -. [ Water Districts-Edd e Pa- illmt I! i me ', ' " Oaig AFO0S A "'!ounty Agency Work- I SCO'. Farmer t]om? Adm ni- ers Workship was held in [stalion. iii!i 11 I It I q II I Ij I .atS _ i 6'00orlswear the Extension Room at the | "anai le of W,, a: Can toe i! IIOJP__I_I_!I 1i! n '2-*-'5 I  (pastels) Courthouse on Thursday, I Accomplished When Ag- workers from Webster, ILackey, Sa:I Con serva.io i i i v.t,,,. ,, to ! Skirts-Sweaters. Slacks January a0.. County AgenCYn len:iesD s nct Sup]Cp=rate--L'v, sor M. Onto, B:,ckenridge, Ha -[ :  "- " " -- I '16.95 i (Knee sox dyed to matck) coC, McLean and.Grayson/ (continued on page ten) We'll trade your way. Come,by. I I/2 off ooo,os attenaeu m. meet-| lng. The meeting sponsored [ rr .... !!} and make us an offer. We re{iii i All L_ .... , " by the District Ii AreaAg-/I 11101,001#1 I eiacy Committee, was held l1 n ,-, J ... _ I overstocked on good depend _ --r duced  to :enae county w',rkers/! 1VCY! I/Ig'lOl" [ {{.able usedBA/VKeATZ,.cars- i00ll,= (IresSeSupreOuc-o, I An0ther g[0 : ter un,<!erstand th,.||/, ....2.. UL!,,,UL^iL:'-'--' VaUues to 3 Ways were discussed onho UnLLU rlllU O[ Dresses their programs to ob:ain/! BILL I'IIMES ] 1965 Chrysler NewYorker.4 Door. Like. New Ii ..-.o--. i .o...o. coald coordinate|, _" _ j maxtm,m results in :oanw | [ PPLIANCE t 1965 Chevrolet Cony. Fully Equipped Still In II 00'II 1/2 off ) i} Warranty r ::::II new re0umns o mmmmm;i Th program of the day | | .......... eo00sistod of: I I We Service Our Own I 1964 Plymouth2 Door,383, StkShift ',[I blouses, jewelry, children s wear- Workshop Chairman-Tom,, ........... ,,, I [Lewis, Department of Fish | I it Ili tl WAI   / t 1964 FordXLSOO,LooksAndDrtvesLikeNew !!!/| and Wildlife, Chairman, Dis_/I ,,, ,o,o l !i 1964 Olds, Fully Equippod,ExtraClean fill Also a '1 Bartain Table! trict II Agency Com:_a.ttee. / L :" od e 4 ::!::;:: IIIII Welcome-James B. Thor-] ill 1964 D g, Door,StdllnWarranty ::,II : ! 1963 Chovrolet Impala,4 Door .. ,:,::11 Car Coats reduced I/4 off ........................................ ................................................ ,, ', ii::ili::{i!::{ f f. N J ,<. i iL ii:,il 1963 Dodp SSO Wagon, A tr Condtttoned, ];:!i1|  f, i!]!]ii!!] " '7 ' ":-'' ]iili  ! ' i / : i!::ii!i!i . i" /i '..i{ All Power, 23,000 Actual Miles " i 12 Pontiac,4 Door, Fully Equipped Salestarts Thursday, Jan. 27! } iilii 1960 Dodge, 4 Door -. . iiili 1958 Chevro e, Duo, Extr C oa iiiiiiiiiii .... iiii 1957 Ford,4 Door !:ii!i ili!ii ...... W.S. TAYLOR & SONS s al0s-CHRYSLE R-DODGE- PLYMOUTH-service t?eauer Dam. Watch for the GRAND OPENING of the HARTFORD FLORIST On the coiner of Washington and Carson. Owned land opened by Gala Funk. I 298-3204  ::ford, Kentucky I i We hav"d xn our  a- t=onplete radiator service and have an ex- pert radiator man on duty. WEEOMAN COMPN -eover Dora, Ky. i:i:i i{ili Atlas Tires- Tubes - Oas & 011  Z4-HOURWREcKER SERVICE  DAY PHONE ?-74-4565 NORTH STREET iii 1 {{{ii{ BEAVER DAM ii{ii [