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]'HE O!tlO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 30, 1978, PAGE 16 Middle School basketballers The Ohio County Middle School's boys and girls basketball teams pose for pictures following successful season. In the top picture, members of the seventh grade team are, pictured front row, from left, Todd Scobee, Jeff Wilson, Ronnie Bozarth, Roy Condit, Jeff Greer, Geoff Keith and Rodney Williams. Back row, from left, David Shull, coach, Bruce Westerfield, Roger Neel, Andy Miller, Mike Stin- neff, John McManaway and Ken Baugh. The eighth grade team members are, front row, from left, Joey Killman, manager, and Vicky Drake, Tim Kennedy and Terri Edmonds, statisticians. Second row, from left, Vince Willis, David Lun- sford, Barry Myers, James McGee, Roger Neel, Tony Parks, Kelly Bennett and Geoff Keith. Back row, from left, Coach Shull, Bruce Westerfield, Jeff Whittaker, Mark Brown, Jimmie Goff, Terry McDaniel, Ronald Miller, Garnett Williams and Roger Gilstrap. Making the all-tournament team were Golf, McDaniel and Williams. Members of the girls team are, front row, from left, Beth Downing, Carol Martin, Christi Higdon, Tina Hillman, and Tammy Atherton. Second row, from left, Tina Grand, Wendy Mannikko, Gwen Armstrong, Thelma Hall and Pare Felty. Third row, from left, Kris Patton, statistician, Pare Schroader, manager, Debbie Brock, Theresa Maples, Lisa Smith, Ruby Martin, coach, Dara Bennett, statistician, and Montye Schroader, manager. Cromwell society news .es (omitted last week) Mrs. Henry Burgess and Mrs. Maurine Wilson of Beaver Dam were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Burgess' daughter, Mrs. Paul Han- son, Mr. Hanson and Jeffery. Mrs. Don Mathis and children, Princeton, were Wednesday af- ternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. Ressie Daugherty. Mr. Hubert West of Hartford called on Mrs. Erna Flener Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cline of Louisville, were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Ressie Daugherty and also visited her father, Rev. Romie Daugherty at the Prof- fessional Care Home in Hartford. Our sympathy goes out to families of Mr. Kenneth and Theron Stewart in the loss of their mother, Mrs. Ella Stewart. May the good Lord bless them in their sorrow. Mrs. Susan Tichenor, Route i, Olaton, was dinner guest Friday with her grandmother, Mrs. Zeecy Spencer. Lesley Thomas of Echols was weekend guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilsie Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Morris were weekend guests of his sister, Mrs. Alan Hartley, Mr. Hartley and Brad. New Panther Creek society news SS We were glad to have visitors at- tend church services Sunday morning at New Panther Creek Church. Despite the bad weather several attended. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gross en- tertained with an Easter dinner and egg hunt Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Beatty, Scottie and Tamara, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Daugherty and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Baize Jr. and Tanya, all of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Daugherty of Whitesville, Mr. and Mrs. Enis Daugherty and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grose, Patina, Eric and Heath, all of Rockport, Indiana. Rev. Bob Phillips of Bells Run and Rev. Ronald Phillips visited in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Irlan Snyder. Other guests for Sunday dinner was Mrs. Gladys Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Westerfield from Whiting, Indiana are spending their vacation visiting relatives and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Canary and Mr. Clarence Wester- field. Mrs. Mac Warner and Mrs. Hebron Bell attended church at Macedonia and were dinner guests in the home of They also visited other Louisville. Mr. Ulysses Drake is a Owensboro Hospital. dergone surgery. Mrs. Rose Butler k, County Hospital after being a for several days. Mrs. Alice Wallace s afternoon with her aunt, Coleman of Beaver Dam. Mr. Charles Butler of Ohio, was weekend grandmother, Mrs. Rose To report Cromwell neWS, Mrs. Marion Spencer, her daughter Doris and Happy birthday MiSS Evans. Mrs. Ruby Alvey has babysitting with her granddaughter Brandie, mother, Mrs. Cindy Elliot Mrs. Martha Zirkle with Most of all, Mrs. field's children and were at her home Easter To report New Panther personals, contact Mrs. 275-4744. The Kentucky Music Festival solo and ensemble competition will be held Saturday, April 1 at Daviess County High School. Several members of the Ohio County Band will participate. They include, solos - Alan Horton, Larry Monroe, Rusty Durham, Tony Minton, Doug Bullock and Junior Daugherty; trumpet trios Van Roberts, Kirk Clark, and Bruce, and Jeff Chapman, David Brown and Kevin Brown; brass quartet - Jeff Green, Jeff Chapman, David Brown and Kevin Flick; brass sextet - Lori Leach, Kim Manasco, Terry Ren- frow, Barry Monroe, Kevin Killman, Randy Tinsley; woodwind trio - Paul Brown, Sandy Johnson and Gina Casey; flute trio - Kathy Thomas, Sandy Ward and Lisa Givens; clarinet quartet - Susanne Hoover, Tony Minton, Soretta Eskridge, and Donette Hazelrigg; mallet duet Polly Ralph and Holly Parks; per- cussion ensemble - Becky Johnson, Jeff Ward, Holly Parks, Polly Ralph, George Aldridge, Toby McConnell, and Robbie Wydick. Also included are eighth grade solos Kris Patton, Kathy Morphew, Greg Brown, Tim Midkiff and Rudy Chamberline. McHenry society news Mrs. Jean Baize and son joined her husband in Illinois, where he is em- ployed. She was employed at the Professional Care Home in Hartford. .uu Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Hillard and Tina Casteel were guests of Mrs. Beulah Hillard and Ivan on Thursday afternoon. Several visitors were at McHenry Baptist Church for the Easter Ser- vices Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gene Stewart of Bloomington, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Akron, Ohio, have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Baize. Women's softball league forming The Ohio County Women's Softball League will be meeting at the Hotel Tilford in Beaver Dam, Sunday, April 2nd at 2 p.m. All coaches and players are urged to attend. Church leagues are invited to participate in the meeting. Uniforms and softball equipment will be on display. This is authorized by Chester Knight, Ohio County Women's Softball League President. Fine Art workshop set April 1 The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art will present an all day workshop in Creative Stitchery and Applique on Saturday, April 1, beginning at 10:00 a.m. and conducted by Caroline Dahl. The Louisville artist is well-known for the informative and interesting workshops she has presented in the region, including one in quilting held at the Museum on February 18. During this quilting session, par- ticipants learned to combine traditional stitches and methods with contemporary designs and materials. This Saturday, Ms. Dahl will provide instruction in applique and embroidery stitches such as outline, cross, threaded back and satin stit- ches. Participants will learn to apply these stitches in completing a 12" square sampler of their own design. Examples of Ms. Dahl's sUtchery and applique pieces, including quilts and clothing, will be on display in the Museum April 2 through April 26. The workshop series is free to museum members. There is a fee of $5.00 for non-members. Anyone wishing to register and obtain a list of supplies should call the museum at 684-4978. Mrs. Judy Aldridge, Lynn Hunter and Cliffie Miller, celebrated bir- thday's recently. A baby shower was given at the fellowship hall at McHenry Baptist Church recently honoring Mrs. Brenda Shields. She received several nice gifts and quite a few attended. Mr. and Mrs. David Ford visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, C.W. Ford of Echols and his aunt, Mrs. Mabel Snodgrass and family of Echols and enjoyed Easter dinner at the home of her mother, Mrs. Beulah Hillard. Mrs. Doris Jones and children of Louisville visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Baggarly and Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mr. and Mrs. DJtvid A.C. Raines has been of his parents, Mr. and Raines of Rosine. A revival will begin a Baptist Church on April ning at 7 p.m. each James Watt is the there will be special pastor is Recie Young. To report McHenry Mrs. Hubert Hillard, mun Sponsored By MARCH 31: Rosins Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, will have a chili supper at the Horse Branch Masonic Hall at 7 p.m. MARCH 31: A variety show will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Horse Branch School gym. All 4-H'ers are urged to attend and participate. APRIL 1: The Fordsville Gospel Mission will have a gospel singing beginning with regular services at 7 p.m. Satruday. Featuring the Burden Family and Rev. Russell Beasley and family. Everyone is invited. APRIL 1: The Ohio County Historical Society will meet at 2 p.m. at the museum. A very program is planned. APRIL 3: The Woman's Club will meet the Kentucky Utilities Beaver Dam. APRIL 10: The Homemakers will meet at Mrs. Linda Ward. APRIL 12 : Th' Homemakers will meet the Kentucky Utilities Beaver Dam. APRIL 12: The Homemakers will meet Mrs. Lucille Barnes. 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