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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21, PAGE 14-B News compiled from The Hartford Herald, Ohio County News, and the Ohio County Times. Michael Connors in Stagecoach; Stephens and Dick Shawn in Way Way On the honor roll at Murray and Larry H. Coots. Oak Grove News by Erma Allen: Mr and children spent last Friday night and Mrs. S.F. Babbitt, Route 1, Beaver Narrows New by Mrs. Mary Robinson and son of Owensboro were parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lona Westerfield, Dundee, gus bull each to Walter Jarnagin, NarrO vS, of Olaton. Births: March 13, a daughter to Mr. and March 13, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. 13, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Carl daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenny J. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ray Pharris. Mrs. Mattie Murphy and daughter ing the winter in Florida. WAYLAND ALEXANDER SCHOOL 1950 4th grade class. Teachers: Mrs. Wooten and Miss Betty Smith. A copy of this old photo can be purchased for 50 at the Times-News office. 10 Years Ago - March 26, 1992 Ronnie C. Dortch was appointed as Circuit Judge. Births at Ohio County Hospital: a son, Keith Lee, to Kim- berly Wiltfang, Beaver Dam, March 18; a daughter, Samantha to Jessie and Dortha Sutton of Beaver Dam, March 18; a daughter, Maegan Christine to Michael and Sheila Westerfield of Hartford, March 18; a daughter, Brittany Altnette, to Jimmy and Victoria Smith, Beaver Dam, March 20; a son, Jordan to Kenney and Devaney Overstreet, Morgantown, March 17. Births at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital: a son to Gena and Michael Jewell, Horse Brench,. lO; a daughte to Kamala and Joseph Embry, Beaver Dam, March 15; a daughter to Renee and Bob Simmons, Hartford, March 17; a daughter to Marsha and Robbie Henderson, Cromwell, March 18. Robert B. Shields of Beaver Dam recently enlisted into the Air Force's delayed enlistment program. Goebel (Buddy) and Marthetta Patterson of Centertown celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on March 15. Cati Albin celebrated her third birthday February 28 at her home in Hartford. She is the daughter of Rodney and Brenda lbin.. Celebrating their birthdays on March 25 were Daniel Chase Peach and his great-grandmother, Delia Daugherty. Homemaker's News: The Prentiss Homemakers met at the home of Lucille Barnes on March 10. The president, Evelyn Heltsley called the meeting to order. Old Salem News by Mrs. Bethel Boyd: Mr. and Mrs. Ether Boyd visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Likens Tuesday night. McHenry News by Mrs. Beulah Hillard: Ivan Hillard of Bea- ver Dam visited Beulah Hillard on Thursday night. Ohio County during the pageant at Wayland Alexander School Sat- urday night. Jason .Anderson was named Little Mr. Escort. First runner-up was Stacia Renee Himes with escort Tommy Hughes. Second runner-up was Tassie Gaither with escort Jason Chinn. .. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Embry of Hartford will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary April 5. Births at Ohio County Hospital: a son to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Simpson, Beaver Dam, March 28. Births at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital: a daughter tq Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boling, Reynolds Station, March 18; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Overton, Bayer Dam, March 17; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kirk, Beaver Dam, March 19. 35 Years Ago - March 23, 1967 Milk holding actions and demonstrations by the National Farm- ers Organization appeared to be on the upswing this week as the tactics moved into its eighth day. Although some violence has been reported in other areas, there has been no vandalism in Ohio County. The NFO, operating in a 25-state area, is protesting the price of raw milk paid to producers. Approximately 3,000 gallons of milk went down the drains in Hartford Saturday in the county's first public demonstration. Kentucky Theatre: George Hamilton and Susan Oliver in Your Cheatin' Heart; Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin in Cat Ballou; Elvis in Spinout; Herman's Hermits in Hold On; Rita Tushingham in Leather Boys. Tri-City Drive-in: Ann Magret, Red Buttons, Bing Crosby and 50 Years Baby contest awards were year-old daughter of Mr. and Rebecca Bartlett, 20-month-old dau Bartlett 2nd place; and Greg Cebert Blair, 3rd place. At the Clinic: Mr. and Mrs. ver Dam, are parents of a son, Donald son, John Wayne, was born to Mr. Beaver Dam, March 19. The Junior Class of Centertown and pie supper March 28. Also, From Heaven." Pupil non-attendance in the Ohio ness has been reduced considerabl) ing Stanley Byers, superintendent. However, have been away from their duties Miss Mary Jo Ridley, of Hartford, the International Harvester Co., as headquarters at Jacksonville, Florida. Kentucky Theatre in Hartford: Tim graph; Louis Hayward in The Son of Dr. Dorothy McGuire and Howard Keel in Gary Cooper, Marl Aldon and biajestic Theatre in Beaver Dam: Charles Burnette in Pecos River; Boris Karloffand Man," MacDonald Carey in Cave of OutlaWS; Never Can Tell. The Fort Hartford DAR chapter met Bean, Centertown, March 13. 60 Years "Long John" Oldham, Hartford High selected on the All-State team at the letic Association basketball tournament in This is the first time a Mustang has son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Oldham of this inches in height, weight 175 pounds and will (More "Those Were The Days" on 15 Years Ago- March 19, 1987 Several Ohio County Girl Scouts, their parents, and others circled the Ohio County Courthouse last Thursday afternoon to mark the 75th anniversary of the Scout movement in the United States. With absolutely no forewarning, a deer of moderate size, crashed her head against two doors at The Hartford Bank and Trust Com- pany in downtown Hartford. Blood was deposited on both portals. Gary Miller, an officer at the bank, found room for a little humor. "That doe apparently knew there were a lot of'bucks'in here." Miller said. Births at Daviess County Hospital: a daughter to Karen and Ted Alexander, Beaver Dam, March 6; a daughter to Cynthia and Perry Payne, of Philpot, March 6; a daughter to Teresa and Michael Winters, Philpot, March 6; a daughter to Kim and Roy Sheffield, Beaver Dam, March 6; a daughter to Mary and Donald Brey, Jr., Beaver Dam, March 7; a son to Lisa and Dewayne Crabtree, Utica, March 7; a daughter to Sheila and Barry Decker, Fordsville, March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Renfrow of Walker Street, Hartford, re- cently celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. They were mar- ried in Butler County March 16, 1924. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pharis of Beaver Dam, celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary March 5. Beaver Dam Elementary students collecting money for St. Jude children's Hospital were Justin Anderson, Kevin Moore, Tracyie Mclntyre, Jennifer Farley, Amy Parks, Kimberly Henson and John E. Hill. Shelley Weedman's watercolor, Hillside" won first place in the Third Region competition of two dimensional art. 25 Years Ago -March 31, 1977 After threatening to disband, the Hartford Merchants Asso- ciation has re-grouped and set its sights on a more productive fu- ture. R.C. Johnson is president. Reverend Lee F. Messer, pastor of the Echols Church of God, will be honored by his congregation on Sunday, April 3 for "Pastor Recognization Day." On Sunday, March 14, a celebration was held in honor of Harlan Stevens' 84th birthday at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens. Ray Johnson, principal at Ohio County High School, presented Arthur Hale, a teacher at the school with the Outstanding Educa- tor awarded presented by the editorial board of the Western Ken- tucky University College Education's publication, "Issues and Edu- cation". The award is for Hale's outstanding service m-ld leadership in the teaching profession. Mrs. R.C. Hopkins, 123 Center Street, Hdrtford, won a rocking chair from Daniel's Furniture City in Owensboro last week. Little Stephanie Renee Iglehart, was crowned Little Miss THE LEWIS FAMILY AND COUSINS July 26, 1937: Pictured, left to right, in front, Barbara Lewis Burden Talbott. Pictured in back, Perry Hay, Doris Lewis Hicks, Juliet Lewis Amonett, Germ Lewis, Virginia Lewis pictured is baby brother, "Little Perry Morris" Lewis, who was four months old at the time. A copy of this chased at the Times-News office for 50.