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l0 , Y our Picture Newspaper Hershey says card burners }lartford, Kentucky, January 27, 196b will be drafted. Waitil,gList IKentucky:;ll ers May Attend For Kentucky IWashingt Conference Materials "It was the greatest ex- perience of my life." "I wish all 4-H&apos;ers could take part in such a conference." "We learned a lot about good citizenship and how to be a good leader--and we had plenty of fun at the same time." This is how some of the delega.tes described last year's Kentucky Older Youth Conference in Washington, D.C. If you're a 4-[t mere- ber and a high school fresh- man, you might be selected as a delegate to the 1966 Conference--and find out for yourself why these young people were so enthusiastic about their experiences. Held for the first time in 1965, this annual confernece is designed to develop citi- zenship and leadership among Kentucky 4-H Club members -- 137 Kentucky 4-H'ers attended the 1965 Conference. Each Kentucky county can send two dele- gates--a boy and a girl-- to this event planned espe- cialJy for Kentucky 4-H'ers. Altffough freshmen in high school receive preference, sophomores also can be con- sidered. Whe n will the 1966 Con- ference be held? It's sched- uled Apr. 10-17--during KEA week. The delegation will travel to Washington by train, accompanied by se- lected adult leaders and 4-H personnel, and will stay at the National 4-H Center, where most of the program will be held. How about that program? Speakers and discussions will cover citizenship and leadership topics; tours will be held to such national me- ,mortals as the White House, the Capitol, Lincoln Memo- rial, Smithsonian Institute, Arlington Cemetary, and Mt. Vernon, and delegates will have a chance to meet with Kentucky' s Senators and Representatives. Z ' he week s traznlng has been planned as a short Hos.pi!al Adm|ss|ons Visiting our 1-4 p,m. 7-8 p.m. BEAVER DAM Robert Daugherty, Alma Mae Geary, Paul Wayne Phelps, Chalna Cook, James Men- ser, Audra Dockery, Chloe McConnell, Leon Abney, W ayne Burden, Virginia Breckel, Thomas C audill, James Arnold, Ruth Hall, HA RT FORD Andrea Rowe, Terry Wayne Rhoades, Otlie Casteel, Ber- tha Johnson, Sharon Stokes, Martha Kirklner, Gwendolyn Ranney, Mildred Fulkerson, J. T. Boling, Nicholas Bar- ras. ECHOLS Edna Robinson, MHlle Sal- lugs, Maltnda Scott. A survey made by the Ken- lucky l)elaartment of Com- merce fox" Governor Edward 'I". 13reath itt's c o m m i ssion on Agriculture reveals there is a waitig list of Kentucky processor s w h o want ad- ditional riw materials frdm Kentucky t armers. The survey indicated that more th an 240 Kentucky firms hav( . expressed a de- sire to expand their pur- chases of agricultural raw materials for processing purposes. Raw mat erials needed in- clude raw, bulk and manu- facturing milk, raw whey and cheese,, cream; all types of grain,, including soy- beans, popc:orn, malting bar- ley; poultry, fresh eggs; country ha ms, all types of livestock and livestock by- products; tnd many seeds, fruits, vege'.tables and nuts, egpecially potatoes, to- matoes, green beans, bet ries, strawberries, cu- cumbers an, t walnuts. Some of the firms listed a specific region as their preferred area of purchase but others h ad no preference and would accept products from all a<zross the state. A complete summary of product needs and pro- cessors will be discussed during the ,';econd Annual G during the Second Annual Governor's Conference on Agriculture,, slated for Jan. 26-27 in Lolaisville. Governor 13reathitt, whois Commissio Chairman, said "the report wilt enable Ken- tucky farme,rs to expand in areas where. there is a de- mand for raw materials which will help build farm income. ms is .another step to- ward our goal of attaining a one-billion-dollar a year farm income w!thin the fore- seeable futm:e. t. A. INatklns Guest Speaker The Hartford Younger Wo- roans Club met January 24th at the home of Mrs. Neal Cooper, with Mrs. Mary Ranney and Mrs. F'loydShep- let as c0-hostesses, The program entitled, ' Home Life' was presented by a guest speaker, L. A. Wat- kins of Owensboro. The theme of this very interns- ling talk was 'As Goes Your Home, So Goes Your " M W Country. rs. Layton al- den the Club President, pre- sided ore1: the business meeting. , J'he club discus- sed plans for a dessert smorgasbord to be heldSun- day Feb.,:uary 13th at the Wayland Alexander School from4:39 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. A dlici, ous salad plate was served to 12 members and one visiuar by the hostesses. "I 1i,i ii, ;'  :  ,, i,: ,, , [';I :',!tl)' .,.J hilv, |1 't'll ii):;(, 'e {,r ',P,IT.. tF final ,.00..enis uith beauty and dignity Hartford, K 24 Hour Phone 298-3287  Ambulance course in citizenship with five major aims: first, to deveiopa greater apprecia- tion of U.S. heritage, second to learn about the functions of gover,ment at the nat- ional level; third, to gain more understanding of the international aspects of ci- tizenship; fourth, to deepen understanding and apprecia- tion of the democratic way of life; and, fifth, to develop skills for practicing and teaching citizenship back home. The program has been developed around these purposes. How are delegates chosen? Ohio County will select its "delegates from among the active 4-H Club members in the freshman-sophomore age group who will represent the county well and who can and will report to the pub- Iic and give training to others n what they gain at the Con- :erence. Delegates also should expect to continue in !4-H Club work for at least two or three years more. What other responsibili- ties do delegates have? Those selected will receive some orientation and do some studying on Conference topics before leaving for Washington, and each will be expected to take an active part in the Conference pro- gram. After returning, each delegate should not only practice what was learned but should help train others in their high school as well as in their county's 4-H Clubs. In most counties, delegates ill pay about 1/4 of their Conference expenses, (cost of transportation, meals and lodging will be $92.50 per delegate.) " If you' re interested in being a delegate to the Con- ference--or if you think one of your fellow 4-H'ers would do a good job as represen- tative of your county, talk it over with your county 4-H Director Jim Marks. The deadline for delegate nora- ,nations is Feb. 15. HORSE BRANCH Clevie Higdon, Marvin Hines. CENTERTOWN Kenneth H. Bennett, Lenora Daugherty. NARROWS J. P. Wilson, Henry Grov- er Murphy. CROMWELL Lena Johnson, Betty Gil- strap, Laden Daugherty. ROSINE Paul McDaniel. McHENRY Jesse Brown. Births Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simpson, Hartford, Ky. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Scott, Echols, Ky. Boy to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gilstrap, Cromwell, Ky. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Daugherty, Centertown, Ky. Card Of Thanks I wish to express mythanks to Brother Abel, Dr. Beard, all the hospital staff at the Ohio County Hospital; The Hartford Christian Church and Mrs. Jack Kirk for the beautiful flowers. All my friends and neighbors for their cards andmany acts of kindness during my recent stay at The Ohio County Hos- )ital. May God bless you ill. Mrs. G. A. Hoover We wish to thank everyone [or their kindness following the death of our loved one, Frank Rock. Especially Dr. Lee, the nurses, Gene Whit- taker, Dalton Ralph, the men who helped in getting him to the hospital, the donors of flowers, food and prayers. To Rev. R. V. Adams, and Rev. Robert Hultz for their kind words, may God' s rich- est blessing be yours. Mrs. Frank Rock and CLASSIFIED AD ORDER BLANK CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT THE OHIO COUNTY TIM aaS P.O. DRAWER 5 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Please run the following ad_ times in the TIMES: M him,am Charge $1.00 ap to 20 words. 5 per word, first insertion. 4 per word, repeat insertion. Enclosed is $ Name ................................... Address ................................ [Industry IAppreciation Week In recognition of the major contribution of manufac- turing to the Kentucky eco-. nomy, Governor Edward T. Breath,it has proclaimed April 11-16 as "Industry Appreciation Week." Breathitt' s proclamation asks "all citizens, civic groups, and public officials, state and local, to participate in the recognition of the im- portance of our industrial citizens." The,, proclamation notes that continually increasing efforts are being made to attract new industry so that Kentucky's advantages and potentlal for manufacturing may be realized in an ever- growing and orderly man- ner." It adds that "The officials of the Commonwealth of Ken- tucky and the various bust- hess organizations involved in attraction of new industry, the stimulation and expan- sion of existing industry, and the maintenance of a good business climate, are con- tinually aware of the importance of this segment :fin wns itini Ptra et ii YS:narned   6 n PKentucky, These new faci- lities will provide 26,000 new manufacturing jobs when all are in full operation. Cap; ital outlay for these new and expanded plants is pegged at ;325 million. ItEALTH AND BEAUTY (continued from page nine) ed by unconsciousness. As a rule, the patient does not complain of pain. All the senses seem deadened. Until the doctor arrives, the layman can follow the above instructions and per- haps save a life. COUNTY AGENCY (continued from page five) Accomplishments -Thelm Chelf, District Social Ser- vice. Economic Opportunity and Some Ways it can be used James Grise, Green River Rural Electric Coopera:ive. "Wha: Are The roles of County W:orkers in Building and Carrying Out An Over- a!l Development Plan?" How Do.es Having A Co:l!lty Ag- ency Committee Hclp7" - Ralph Ramsey, Rural Socio- logist, University of Ky. CLASSIFIED RATES: Five cents per word - first insertion. Four cents per word for all insertions thereafter.. Minimum charge one dollar. FOR SALE , Hospital equipment available wheel chairs, walkers or crutches. Other sick-room supplies. Spink's Pharmacy. 298-3463. Hartford, Ky. tfn HAY FOR SALE-good, dean, mixed. Orchard grass, -red top, and timothy. Easy to get to on 231 near Beaver Dam, Ky. Only 650 a bale. Call 274-3223 or 274-3113. tfn. FLOWERS BY ROSE Complete floral service, fu- neral arrangements, cut flowers, corsages, potted plants, artificial arrange- merits. WE WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE. Located down- town Beaver Dam, Ky. Phane 274-4800. tfn Loans to Farmers: Anypur- pose, terms to seven years. see R.D. Sandefur, Green River Production Credit As- social,on, Hartford, Ky. tfn SUNSHINE CLEANERS PHONE: 298-3302 HARTFORD, KY. PTA To Meet LOoT Lad00 0ST e : "es brown billfold The. Dundee .... PTA will meet late Tuesday,, Jan. 18. Nam,. february a at o:ao p.m; engraved inside. Contained at the Dundee School. Gtr imor n n, nno, ........ 1 taut .a,.ers, m.., aco,at Iroop zz wn nave a baby's blood card, very ira-. flag cerem ,ny, and th.re will Dortant R - 6o , - _ . eward. 274-3__2 be pres.a:a:ion of badges, or 274-3903. 2t - THE Gz., ,-- OF 29 to $20 GOOD TASTE COME IN AND ,SEE THE LARGE,ST HEART IN OHIO COUNTY! Spinks Pharmacy Hartford, Kentucky ql/ RC VICTOR Black Seville Vinyl/Storm Gray (FG-525E) THE ADAIR MARK Xl SERIES FG-525 19-inch tube (overall diagonal)-180 square-inch picture RCA Victor presents new 19 "-tube Color TV in a compact, space saving table model TV that fits most anywhere.., in virtually any room setting. Gleaming control panel lends fashionable accent to the cabinet's basic angularity. BILL HIAIWS A PPL IA./VG"Z' 5'dLWJ' XZW VI&W S o u,Oz Phone 298-7010 00,zd, Zea,tue00 Call ANN'S FLOWER SHOP fo;: complete floral service. "The Personal Touch That Means So Much." We wire flowers world-wide. 298- 3723, Hartford. tfn Wanted Chrome-plating service. Valve covers, wheels, air filters, bumpers re-worked. Automobiles and m:.tor- cycles. Hartford Gulf Sta- tion. Phone 298-9193. tfn Card Of Thanks Thanks to the many won- derful people who helped me in the Bloodmobile. The Doctors, Nurses, B o y Scoots, and all the other ladies who aided in any way. Also to the people who donated food, and most of a11, the donors who came out to help meet our quota. God Bless each of you. Mrs. BeJlah Bray FHA By Regina Jones Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown entertained the Ohio County High officers of the Future Homemakers of Am- erica with a slumber party at their home January 21, All officers were present bat Bonne was unable S For Johnny can't read a whale of a er---practices all the To Dr. Wallace director of reading at the University lucky, that "In playing there is no game experience," plains. "The same true in reading; it reading books." The UK specialiS this observation in lication, "Report U of K Schools." Dr. Ramsey Johnny reading or textbooks as a encouraging his as a reader. "It is a waste of effort to madly teac and not provide a which results in ing," he explains. "Students should in selecting that are easy 'no-sweat reading.' is the ideal kind Eye movements eye span widens, voca jumps in size, underst comes more re points out. Dr. Ramsey also c the classroom give as much individ. tent, on as possible student reader. "A private oral r of new material will individual weaknesseS than any method I l@ he asserts. And then Dr. Jraws the there is no sub: basketball for game ence, and the same of reaUlng. But no " reading," please. Check IFiled to attend due to illness. District officers, [= .-- -- Carolyn McDaniel and Mi-iltarttnrd cheline Holladay from OCHS I =='',',v,'' were present. Mrs. William Stewart and Miss Peggy St. [ Owensboro Poli gf Clair, advisors, were pre- led a Hartford reaid, sent. Mrs. Bobby Luttrell ]nesday on two cha was unable to attend. [issuing checks not L The officers are very [ sufficient, funds,, then proud to announce the pres- ]an addmonal wo ence of Paula Johnson who [check charge agatns:] has been appointed to the [ter he was lodged inD1 office of 2rid Vice-Presi- [County Jail. dent in charge of chapter  Grayford L. Schroad degrees. This office was [was arrested on th previously held by Martha [charges Wednesdaynii Murphy who was graduated [lodgedinDaviessCoun at the end of the first sem-- [in lieu of bonds of $ ester. ]each charge. The executive mvetingwas [ At about 10 p.m. held with lanet Taylor vice- [John Riley remembe president, presiding. Pre- old warrant on fil;: parations for FHA week were [Schroader after he si discussed along with the pro- [man s name on the ject for next year. The.[register. Sctlroad;i meeting was adjourned at /schedu led to appear in 12:25 a.m [ourt tnursaay. 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