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... o,,o TIMES Your Picture Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 23, 1972 12 Eagles Seminar Martin Gross, local attorney gives some background on organizations at the Seminar on the American Private En- terprise System. First, you need to understand the facts ... then we'll get into discussing this business of the American Private En- terprise System and its components. A. V. Conway and Martin Gross teamed up for a session "How People Create and Use Organizations," at the second session on the Eagles Seminar of the American Private En- terprise System organized in ()hit) County by the County Extension Service. Alva Bennett also shared the meeting with a topic on "Why Economics". The program will run until April 25 when the top 4 are named to attend the Ky. Youth Seminar at the lhfiversity of Kentucky in lexington with John Ren- der. program chairman. Some 12 professional businessmen from Hartford and Beaver Dam are par- ticipating as discussion leaders. This week, Hugh Smaltz, of Montpelier Glove Company and Fred Mayes, of Thomas Industries, will lead discussions on "Essential of a Successful Business" and "Business in the U.S." respectively. ", Other discussion leaders are Bob Higdon, Bob's I.G.A. and B & B En- terprises; Robert Young; and Wendell Patton, of Young Manufacturing Company; John Brown, Brown Insurance Agency; Tom Weizer, of Nestaway Coated Metallics Products, Inc.; and J. C. Eskridge, of Farmers Supply of Ohioi Meeting Set There will be an im- portant meeting of the (omitted last week) Rough River Water System members'Monday, March Mr. and Mrs. Roy 27th at 7:00 p.m. at the Whitely's visitors over the Dundee Elementary School. weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Before construction bids can Carrol Daugherty and sons be advertised, it will be Roger and Greg from Louisville, Mr. Onell necessary that all tap-on fees be collected and all Frames from Margin, In- rights-of-way easements be diana, Rev. and Mrs. Earnest Whitely and executed, children from Horse All members are urged to Branch, Mr.] Ronnie Autry attend and be prepared to and Mrs. Hillard Cannon. pay their tap-on fees at this time. /endell Allen Atten Is Pleasant R idge 4-H Old Society News Mr. and Mrs. Eather Boyd's visitors Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodwine and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Boyd of Horse Branch. Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitely's home Sunday were Mr. Brucie Whitely, Mr. Billy Whitely The School March 14 at the home of Mrs. Guy Chapman at 3:00. President, Barry Westr- field, called the meeting to order. Kathy Chapman led the pledge to the 4-H flag, followed by the pledge to the American flag. After the minutes were read by secretary, Greg Green plans were discussed for the demonstrations. Par- ticipation ribbons were awarded to the members that took part in the 4-H Talk Program. The meeting was ad- journed at 4:00 for refresh- ments and recreation. There were six members and two visitors present. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Chapman's home after school on Tuesday, April 11. Reporter, Katrina Chapman Pleasant Ridge Meeting In Indiana 4-H Club met on Wendell Allen of Rosin was in Evansville, Indiana Tuesday night, March 14 to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ohio Wabash Historical Society of which Allen is one of the three board members from Western Kentucky. This meeting probably will be the only formal meeting of the year and the meeting where all officers from Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana get together and plan the agenda for the coming year. Among items discussed were the Constitution, The Tri-State Cardinal the club's newspaper, state meetings for Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana. Dr. M. David Orrahood of Owensboro is president of the group and has expressed hope that the Ohio-Wabash Historical Society can hold its October 1972 meeting in Ohio County with our local Historical Society playing host. Dr. Orrahood in- dicated there would be about 300 members at- tending such a meeting. 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Presently Tom is in college in Atlanta, Georgia. 1972 participants in the local program are: Harrison Alvey, Jill Brown, Brenda Daugherty, Nelda Dennis, Vicki Ferguson, Cary Geary, Dennis Grant, Dabble Newcom, Larry Probus, Bill Richardson, Dennis Stewart, Harold Sutton and Ce Ce Chine. We Service What We Sell Dan Miller & Associates Insurance Dan Miller Your Life and Health Agency 685-2121 Owensboro, Ky. 298-3909 Hartford, Ky. + New Meserlek sprint is the ideal way to economize end be sporty, too. Our Maverick sprint sports accent stripes, color- keyed interior, trim rings, a USA emblem, lots more. All in addition to Maverick's great savings on gas, oil, servicing! Free fiat decal. Free lapel pin. Just visit your Ford Team. Offer's free to all licensed drivers. Supply'a limited. 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