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,.+ o.,o TIMES Your lIm Ik HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 27, 1972 10 R ockport Personals Church Youths Attend REPERTOIRE By Wellington Matthews People Are A Sight There's an expression used around Fordsville, I don't know exactly what it means but I understand its use. It is sometimes used as a form of criticism and then again as a term of endearment. Regardless of its true meaning when it's used it conveys the intended impression. Very often someone is described merely by the statement, "they are a sight". I once heard of a case where a small child told her grandmother, "men and women are both sights, but I don't know which is the sightiest." One of the sights about people and one of the strangest things about human nature is that every person likes to feel he's an unusual individual--different from every other human being on this earth. And, it's true. There are no two persons exactly alike. But here we have an enigma when you realize that while most people like to think they're different--they try as hard as they can to be alike. Irately we hear and read a lot about conformity. Someone is always telling us to be different, to think for ourselves, to be indivuduals, i think this is good advice, and that you should give it a lot of thought beforeyou start acting and thinking like someone else. I recently read that the human race was divided into two groups. One of the groups is very large, and it was estimated that this group make up about 95 percent of the human race; and the other group is small, and make up the remaining 5 percent. No matter how you slice the population it insists on breaking into these 2 groups. The big group, the 95 percent, might be called the followers or the watchers; the little group of 5 percent seem always to be the leaders or the doers. Skating Party Monday The young people of the Baptist church had a skating party Monday night. Several attended including their teachers and Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellems and Martine and Tammy Everley visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dortch Saturday. The "Joyful Four" quartet will be singing at the Rockport Baptist Church Sunday night January 30 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Edd Spurlock and Emma spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Carious Wilkerson and sons Gene and Jerry in Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Everley, Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Everley and Tammy spent Saturday afternoon in Bowling Green visiting Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowe and sons. Mrs. Hulet Curtis spent from Thursday until Saturday in Louisville visiting Mr, and Mrs. Bobby Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Morris accompanied her home. Mrs. Truman Everley and Mrs. Gilbert Mathis of Murray, Kentucky spent Monday night and Tuesday in Elizabethtown. Kentucky attending the Baptist State Evangelism Conference. Mrs. Jack Simpson was in Louisville, Kentucky with Mrs. Johnnie O'Brian Wednesday. Johnnie O'Brian had back surgery and is in St. Anthony's Hospital in Room 536, Louisville. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Edd Spurlock and Emma visited her daughter, Mrs. Carol Brown in Shepherdsville on Friday. Mr. Rufus Bishop of Hammond, Indiana spent Thursday night with the Hulet Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyd of Madisonville spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boyd. Mrs. David Moore at- tended church at the Baptist Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis. Stork Shower For Mrs. T. Sanderfur It seems that the 95 percent group never got the word, they stay in the same rut and make the some mistakes over and over, but the 5 percent knox enough to break away. Why do we have the big group of followers and the small gro.up of leaders? Is it because the large group feels safe in going along, thinking alike and acting alike? Do they feel more "in" because everyone else is doing and saying the same things they are? If this is their reasoning--then we're in trouble, for the crowd usually don't know where: they're going. The people who make up the crowd are a ,,si,,.   san rfr, Mrs. Tennyson Sanderfur Stewart, Mrs. Emerson was honored January 18 Embry, Mrs. John R. with a stork shower at the Parker, Mrs. Tim Barnes, home of Mrs. Barbara Mrs. Loran Leach, Mrs. Hodge. Mrs. W. R. Campbell Dane Milligan, Mrs. Bobby served as co-hostess. Luttrell, Mrs. Larry Guests included Mrs. Westerfield and Mrs. J.C. Tennyson Sanderfur and Lindley. Mallory Nicole, Mrs. R.D. The honoree received Mrs+.  +'Za +-" numerou:Tnice gifts+.  ........ Mrs. Likens ..... Hosts Local Homemakers "Weeping Cedar" Note the drooping branches of this red cedar on the B.F. Raggard farm, Olaton. Is there another weeping cedar in Ohio County or in the Blue Grass state? Henry Converse, soil scientist for the Soil Conservation Service, Hartford, noted this unusual tree while working on a soil survey in that area. Converse sent graft wood of this tree to the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C. The National Arboretum maintains a worldwide collection of all adapted plants and exotic trees. These are plants and trees that can adapt to the Arboretum growing season. Do you realize that trees help supply the oxygen we must have? Each year an acre of young trees release enough oxygen to keep 18 people alive. Now is the time to order trees for spring planting. If you need assistance in placing orders for tree seedlings contact the Soil Conservation Service office. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Richardson visited with Mr. Richardson's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. ()wen Lake at Jacksonville Beach, Fla. While in Florida they visited Disney World, Fort-Myers, Fort Pierce, Punta Gorda, the Sunken Gardens and the Ringling Bro. Mansion and other places of interest while in St. Petersburg, Fla. They visited Mr. and Mrs. .Owen Lake on their way home at Route 3, Hartford. The No Creek Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Tullis Baird on Wednesday, January 19th at 11 a.m. Mrs. Jerry Likens, president, conducted the business session. The roll call was answered by resolutions made for the new year. At twelve-thirty the meeting convened for a bountiful lunch. Mrs. Ruth Herod asked the blessing. Af- ternoon session was in charge of Mrs. Baird. The lesson theme was "What to do in Case of a Car Ac- cident". Those present were Mesdames John Tichenor, Tullis Baird, Joe Tichenor, Bennett Delaney, Rupert Atherton, Rolla Richard, Everett Boyd, Lloyd Ward, Elizabeth Whobrey, Jerry Likens, James Ellis and Earl Bishop. Mrs. Ruth Herod and little Scott Atherton were visitors. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. John Tichenor on February 16th at 11 a.m. Everleys Announce Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Everley are the proud parents of a 9 lb. 3 oz. boy, born January 24th at the Daviess County Hospital, whose name is Benjamin David Everley. The grand- parents on Mrs. Everley's side are Mr. and Mrs. Lenor Wade of Hartford, and on his side are Mr. and Mrs. Weston Everley of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Foster James had as Saturday evening guests Elbert Lee James of Dry Ridge, Ky. and Harvey James of Hartford. stocked and the aids. An making a more vaporizer. A vaporizer moisture machine much to easier in a The heat dries out in the vaporizer moisture to known fact that easier when content of the high. Our vaporizers room supplies. Rely on our your health needs. We supplies for cabinet. You call sure that the your doctor be accurately store. 298-31e 1 ar(MC KING . Hartford, llint for the I! Before openi soup--shake it' This mixes the s lss B, sa,es you a lot t el tt cream soups. !end v ' t{uff rano Mr. and MrS.Hom( Duck returned h h after spending Florida. 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