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FilE OIIIO COUNTY TIMES. IIARTFt)RD. KI,;NTt CKY, MARCI! 30. 1978. PAGE 7 oslne e Frmlt, from leJ'l: Lisa Ray Tina Tichenor Jeannie l'helps Sheri Brigance Back, l'rom left: Kim Adams Lisa Asberry Carline Addington Sandra Mclntyre "Country Roots The Origins of Country Music," is a book that tells the reader right away what its all about in the book title. The book was written by Doug Green, member of the Country Music Association and who visited Rosine September 1975 to attend the funeral of the late Charlie Monroe with the introduction being written by Merle Travis of Neighboring Muhlenberg County. It gives special recognition to Rosine entertainers, Tex Atcheson, Atcheson's late wife, Dolly Good and her sister, Millie, who were nationally known as "The Girls of The Golden West." Also featured are Charlie Monroe, Birch Monroe, and of course Bill Monroe. Mentioned also is Arnold Shultz, a black guitarist and fiddler, who lived around the Horton-Rosine area. Older folk will recall Arnold. The 240 page book is referred to as a 'loving tribute' by Merle Travis. Published by Hawthorn Books, Inc of New York, it has nothing but favorable comments about Rosine and the performers she produced. Of the artists, only Tex Atcheson, Birch and Bill Monroe and Millie Good, are living. Tex, Birch and Bill continue to perform. Tex, who resides here in Ohio County, worked for many years in Chicago on the WLS Barn Dance with the Prairie Ramblers, was voted best dressed, had a fan club, went on to Hollywood where he worked in various motion pictures with some of filmlands most notables and is recognized as one of the all time fiddle players, writer and publishers of many songs He also played with former governor of Louisiana, Jimmy Davis. Tex is pictured in this book playing fiddle for Jimmy. Tex con- tinues to write music, remains in touch with West coast, and Nashville personalities. PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 5 t, i ', .~' , . ;' . . 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CLAW HAMMER Stanley quality All-steel Rubber grip S 49 E a Reg $749 SAVE St .00 5 GAL, WET/DRY VACUUM All accessories included Indoors or out $ 88 a Reg S49 95 SAVE OVER $7.00 HARLOC ANDOVER ENTRY LOCK The safety leader With deadlock S 99 Ea Reg $8 19 SAVE $1.20 ROCKWELL ORBITAL SANDER Fast, efficient operation Double insulated $' r99 Em R~ 12999 SAVE $2.00 3 EASY WAYS TO CHARGE Use the handy Wickes National Credit Card, personalized Time Payment Plan or your own Bank Cardsl EXPERT INSTALLATION SERVICE Wickes provides economical installation service for many products. Ask for details at your local Center! Just Say CHARGE IT!! ~FWickes East 4th Street STORE HOURS: Mr)relay - Friday 7:30-4:30, Saturday 7:30-1:00 Tex Atcheson, third from the left with fiddle, is shown here when he was a member of the popular Prairie Ramblers working the WLS Barn I)ance in Chicago. Tex recorded with the Prairie Ramblers for RCA in New York in 1933 where the group played on radio station WOR New York. Monday, April 3 Horse Branch School, 8:45 to 10 a.m.; Mrs. C.E. Barnes, Hoz se Branch Road, 10:05 to 10:30; C.C. Davis, Horse Branch Road, 10:35 to 10:50; Horse Branch Post Office, 11 to 11:30; Mrs. Anna Landrum, Hwy. 62, 11:45 to 12:15 p.m.; Woosley's Store, 12:30 to 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 4 Southern Elementary School, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; Bill Raley, Old Borah's Ferry Road, 9:40 to 10:10; Spencer's Grocery, 10:15 to 10:30; Cromwell Masonic Lodge, 10:35 to 11:05; Mrs. Lena Johnson, Old Cromwell Road, 11:10 to 11:30; Ohio County Rest Home, 11:40 to 12:05 p.m.; Mrs. Nova Williams, Liberty Church Road, 12:15 to 12:30; Wallace Napier, Liberty Church Road, 12:40 to 12:55; Basil Keown, 948 N. Madison, Beaver Dam, 1:05 to 1:20; Della Bilbro, 507 Sunset Drive, Beaver Dam, 1:30 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 5 Dundee Grade School, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; Dundee Bank, 9:35 to 10; Mrs. Gertrude Mattingly, Dundee Road, 10:15 to 11; Narrows Post Office, 11 : 15 to 11:30; Bryon Muffett, Schultz Road, 11:40 to 12:05 p.m.; Joe Mc- Pherson, Schultz Road, 12:10 to 12:30; Robert Nabors, Hwy. 878, 12:45 to 1: David Alvey, Hamlin Chapel Road, 1:30 to 2. Thursday, April 6 Central Park School, 8:30 to 9:45 a.m.; Arbuckle's Grocery, 9:50 to 10:10; Captola's Grocery, 10:15 to 10:40; McHenry Baptist Church, 10:45 to 11:05; Mrs. Daisy Martin, Rochester Road, 11:15 to 11:45; Blackburn Heights, James Court, Beaver Dam, 12:00 to 12:40. Marriage licenses Marvin Southard, 42, Beaver Dam, Cynthetex to Phyllis Burton, 36, McHenry, Cynthetex. O.D. Wallace, 29, Beaver Dam, truck driver to Janie Swift, 33, Beaver Dam. 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