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"More + News . = + ..... , .., ,>, . )_ + Better Pictures Complete Sports All this and Green Stamps too! +Yes, 300 Green Stamps with each subscription! THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES P.O. Drawer 5 HART.FORD, KENTUCKY Qentlemen; Kindly enter my subscription for THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES for one year (52 Big Issues). Sales Tax Included. WE GIVE N ENCLOSED FIND KINDLY BILL ME LATER NAME ADDREss CITy STATE ZIP 82.00 Ohio County & Adjoining Counties $3.00 In The Commonwealth of Kentucky $4.00 Elsewhere in the United States .... 2 00osp.ital dmlsslons Visiting Hours 1-4 p.m. 7-8 p.m. -IARTFORD Otlte R. Casteel, David C. Barnes, Cassie Peach, Dorothy Durbin, Edna Rowe, William Vaughn. BEAVER DAM Mary E. Taylor, Bessie M. Decker, Elva Stone, Lula Mac Ferguson, Remus Tho- mas, Joyce Ann Paris, Stel- la Mac Wright, Etta Hfnes, Clayburn Pirtle, E d'n a Hocker, Winona 'Shephard, Jessie Burden, Ethelyn James, Janie Manasco, Roy Baugh. CENTERTOWN F.H. Stearman, Diana Bul- lock, J.P. Buttons, Mabel McManama. ROCKPORT Martha Riley. A.S. Key. HORSE BRANCH Rowena Allen, Randall Al- len, J.W. Embry. ROSINE Maurtta Embry, Leach. Carolyn NA RROWS Harold Hardesty. OLATON Minnie B. Raibley. LIVIA Carolyn Whittaker. OUT OF TOWN William H. House, Caney- ville, Ky., Mildred Mode, Caneyville, Ky., Martha Kesslnger, Morgantown, Ky. Betty Roach, Whitesville, Ky. Births A son to Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Decker of Rockport, Ky. :': girl to Mr. an d Mrs  1 A Embry of Rosine, Ky. son to Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Paris, of Beave Dam, Ky. ..... -',:' glint o 4r;"affd Mrs, Freddie Bullock of:Center- , town, Ky. A sonto Mr. andMrs. Wen- dell Gene Whittaker, of Li- via, Ky. A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Manasco, of Beaver Dam, Ky. County Deaths MRS. HENRY WALLACE Beaver Dam-Mrs. Sophia Bratcher Wallace, 62, of Horse Branch, died Wednes- day. She was a native of Butler County and a mem- ber of the Dog Creek Holi- ness Church in Grayson Co. Survivors include the husZ band, Henry Wallace, Horse Branch; one daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Watkins, Horse Branch; one sister, Mrs. Bessie Small, Beaver Dam, five brothers, John Brat- cher, Ernie Bratcher, David Bratcher and Rodney Brat- cher, all of Louisville, and 1 Bratcher," Owens- bore; three grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Casebier Funeral Home, burial in Sunnyside Ce- metery. MISS LIEUTICE McMAHAN Hartfoi:d- Miss Lieutice McMahan, 65, died at about 12:40 p.m. Tuesday at the home of a sister, Mrs. Gladys Sparks, Rt. 3, Hart- ford, after a long illness. She was a member of the Green River Baptist Church. Surviving are two bro- thers, ,George McMahan of Utica and Jody McMahan of Owensboro, and three other sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Tyler, Mrs. Ora Simmons and Mrs. Rachael Davis, all of Owensboro. Services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Mus- ter Funeral Home at Liver- more. Burial was in Mr. Carmel Cemetery 1 n Ohio County. (Continued on page ten) Former Hartford Youth Commended A former Hartford native Miss GeNe Spinks has re- cently written an outstanding paper on philosophy at Wes- tern Kentucky University where she is a senior. Miss Spinks chose as her subject "Four Philosophers on the Soul." She dealt with the philosophies of Plato, Aristotle, St. Augus- tine and St. Thomas Aquin- as. Her instructor, Dr. Ron- ald Nash, Head of the Philo- sophy Department, submit- ted her paper in the Kentucky Philosophical Association's essay contest for undergrad- uate students of any state college or university in Ken- tucky. The Central City psycho- logy and English major is a counselor in State Hall dormitory and is herdorm's representative for West- ern' s chapter of the Women' s Recreational Association. She is currently engaged in an experimental psy- chology project comparing the moral attitudes of high school and college students. After graduation, she plans to attend graduate school doing work in the field of psychological research. Miss Spinks is the daugh- ter of Mrs. W.H. Spinks and the late Mr. Spinks, for- merly of Hartford. NOTICE All persons that are in- terested in playing baseball this year are invited to attend a meeting to organize a lea- gue for playing ball this year. We are hoping to have at least eight teams in the league. The meeting will be at Thompson's Restaurant, in Hartford Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Be sure and be there. ,.+ o,,,o TIMES Your Picture Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCH 31, 1966 5 WMU Meets +on the book (Panama)the land between. It was so well Marcll 23rd taught by Mrs. Barnett, wife of our county missionary. The W.M.U. of the West Misses Amy Chinn, Ja- Point Baptist Church met nice Stewart, Carol Over- Wednesday night March 23 hultz and Kathy Shrullparti- for its regular monthIy cipated in the rendering of meeting with good atten- the program. dance. Since this was Youth Week at the church, some of the young people were in charge. Miss Kathy Shrull acted as president and was in charge of the business session. Joans cooking dinner, calling the drug sto,e, stin:ing the gavy, telling her: guests to make it ++/:0(, calling he: ilusbar;d, and tossing the salad. Joans doing all this in one spot. Thanks to ttei: handy kitchen phone. (Whate! t! : tt + : ' : , .... ,t) Southern Bell convert to flameless electric year-'round comfort conditioning! The "cents" we mean are dollars, really --the money you save on electric year- 'round comfort conditioning. That means flameless etcctric heating in winter . . electric air conditioning in summer. With both, you get KU's special low rate for total-electric homes. And, of course, you get all the ad- vantages of flamelcss electric home heat- ing- silent operation, clc,mlincss, indi- vidual room temperature control. 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