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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 $ lmes From the files of THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES 10 Years Ago-- February 10, t Dr. Clyde Francisco, Professor of Old Testament, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, will teach a special Bible study at the Hartford Baptist Church, Feb. 11-13. A plaque was presented to A. F. Patton and Darrel Patton, of A. F. Patton & Son in Beaver Dam for the excellent performance in sales, merchandising and customer service for Clinton engines and parts. The OCHS Band will present its first public appearance of the school year Thursday at the county high school. The Beaver Dam City Council held its second meeting of the year Tuesday night with only four coun- cilmen present. The Hartford Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. G. R. Wooten, Feb. 12. Mrs. Thelma K. Streeter was in charge of the program. A. F. Patton caught his first Musky while fishing on upper Green River, November 17. The ten pounder was caught on his first Musky fishing trip. Births A son to Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pat- terson, Centertown. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, Hartford. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean, Hartford. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Alvey, Hartford. 5 Years Ago- February 11, 1971 1v t One of these young ladies will be named 1976 basketball Homecoming Queen during halftime of the game be- tween Ohio County and Franklin-Simpson on February 24. From left, Lesley Spinks, junior, Kim Burden, junior, Cecilia Goff, freshman, Karen Fleener, freshman, Elizabeth Jackson, sophomore, Kim Stewart, sophomore, Cindy Shown, senior, and Teresa Combs, senior. The Difference Is In The Service Glenn Berryman ' Martin Tichenor [ We handle complete insurance requirements surance 201 West Union Street - Hartford, Ky. - Phone 298-3242 \ ram ,njoy The Progressive Woman's Club metstudent. She attended a private on January 30 at the Hartford Baptist Lutheran school while there and is Church. Mrs. Lyman Allen, vice- now attending Murray University. president, introduced the speaker, She described, through slides, the Miss Cindy Bivens, who presented an customs of Finland, emphasizing informative program on her eleven home life, sports, language, religion, month stayin Finland as an exchange: :i s hlsland ipline and many other ...... points of interest. / SE YOU CAN NOW IM Cindy is the granddaughter of a A north wall of the new Ohio County "Middle School, under construction near Ohio County High, collapsed several days ago, temporarily slowing progress on the $623,445 facility. County school superintendent J. Woodrow Park said strong winds are believed responsible for the collapse. C. G. Morehead, Owensboro, na- tionally known as an "Artist of Property" for his unique documen- tation of real estate on canvas will be the guest speaker at the February 16 meeting of the Ohio County Chamber of Commerce. Kentucky Utilities Company has announced a $,50 million construction program for 1971 to expand and strengthen its electric facilities serving 263,000 customers in 79 Kentucky counties. Mrs. Lena Mayfield of Route 3, Philpot celebrated her 88th birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lona Bell of Calhoun February 4. Thomas Industries, Inc., (NYSE), has announced that both sales and earnings for 1970 fell below the levels of the previous year. It was the company's first year to year sales decline since 1951. Winter finally made her presence known Sunday, dropping 2! 2 inches of snow in Ohio County, leaving Ohio Countians slipping, sliding and shivering. Births A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hayse, Horse Branch, February 4. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Junior Parks, Caneyville, February 7. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Stumpf, Hartford, February 8. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hawkins, Hartford, February 8. egular qO.O0, February 12th through 23rd, *5.00 installation fee. Monthly charges 5.95 for one set; s7.70 per month for two sets. Call 274-9258 or 274-9249 or come into the office at Highway 62 East next to Davis Construction Company. m club member, Mrs. Amanda Shef- field. ' . Forty-two club members ana The first meeting of the Girl Scout nikko, treasurer and Angle Whittaker homemakers enjoyed delicious Cadet Troop 52 was held Tuesday, as secretary. The troop was divided refreshments served by the hostesses, January 26 at Wayland Alexanderinto two patrols who elected leaders of Mrs. R. D. Stinson, Mrs. Willie Allen School with nine girls attending. Yvonne Smith and Pam Franklin. and Mrs. Lyman Allen. Officers were elected, Sandy Man- The girls received their cookie sheets and set their goal at 500 boxes. They were also asked to start saving I "golden garbage" for the WOMI These are the words that go with giveaway. Their first project this year is to make a litter bag for [I;|j] kir]t[ hootenannydaYnyroyal, at the Camp Pen- They were told they had a balance in their treasury from last year of $41.41. Dues were set at 25 cents a Mail: week. The meeting was closed by Leaders are Barbara Westerfield and singing taps in the friendship cirO Shirley Whittaker. The troop is sponsored by the iHartfrd Dairy Queen' i Dundee School i AND ANY SYNONYMTRY IT! FOR EASY i Honor.,, Roll ..,. 1 ANK i All A's- Denny Joe Huff DIINDE B Average -- Sue Ann Farris, Tracy Ann Harris, Tracey Matt0x, Polly i Ann May and Edna Smith. PkeN 276-3li31 x B Average hRt[ rd Alan Fuqua, i "---'----I--'- Robert Martin and Christopher Cindy mzom( .... Reynolds. m mwmmm ,em, m JL m mm emmml l Ill ~,,1~1 I .X (VT i).X 9 OPEN: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Better values fi~r family shopping WESLEYAN PARK PLAZA - OWENSBORO, KY. ~X 22 Beaver Dam, Kentucky