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&apos;Reel" Facts By John Adams 20NSERVATION OF FICER inter returned this past it seems, but surely stay long. Very few have braved the low :atures and cold winds but those who have It SOme fish. was a 9lb. 12oz. ; caught at Ken Lake a 12 lb. Bass caught ,Ough River Reservoir. re. had reports of some raze Bull Heads coming Lake Washburn along Bass, Bluegill, 'apple. Rough River tag some nice chan- on set lines. are catching Drum perch) on the Ohio off the sand bars. to be another re- Trout be- Dam at Rough River rvoir the last of April. still have some hunt- you will probably try the Wild Turkey Land Between the This season is open 22 and 23 and April 30. If you are in- terested on regulations, call or write Mr. W. Sherill Mil- liken, Manager of Land Be- tween the Lakes or contact your Conservation officer. A few persons interested in Archery met at the court- house last Tuesday. I regret that there was some confu- sion because of the door being locked but due to van- dalism the county officials decided this was necessary to protect the taxpayers pro- petty. It is disgusting to know that we have people that delight in destroying public property. It was decided at this meet- ing to call another meeting April 7 at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of organizing a club. If you are interested please attend as this club will be or- ganized only if enough per- sons are interested. The courthouse is available and will be open for this meet- ing. Remember, archery is a family sport so husbands, bring your wives and chil- dren. Library News Fashions are always I by young and old, I in the spring I are always in- in the latest infor- on clothes and hair "McCall's Guide LaKe Beauty and Glam- Betty Keiffer will i teen-aBet to be ev- she wants to be in A complete guide well be found Zack Hanle. Sewing Book" woman who sews who wants to, then altering them to really fit. The first step In dres- sing well is choosing wisely. No one woman can wear all the styles developed and the fashion industries never: intended that she should. Be- fore you go shopping decide not only what you wantl but what you need. Basic gar- ments are the most impor- tant items in your wardrobe. Constance Talbot's "The Complete :Book of Sewing", will help you choose a basic wardrobe in the latest fashion. i Fifty-Year Member In the above photograph, Mrs. Jewel Watkins, presenting her with a life-time Doyal (1) is shown presenting Mrs. Beulah membership in the order of the East- Heflin with a pin honoring her fiftieth ern Star. A special program was given year as a member of the Eastern Star. in honor of Mrs. Doyal in the home of On the right o frs A Do yal, is Robert 1 Mr___s: Heflin. Two Ohio County Students B-ob-iligd0n .... Addresses Honored At Ce 'emuny Catholic Women .Two Ohio County students, Miss Susan Carol Johnson and Miss Mary Sue Lindley, were honored at the Univer- sity of Kentucky's recent "Stars in the Night" cere- mony in Lexington. Miss Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larkin John- son, Route 3, Beaver Dam,: was named winner of the Cornel Award presented by Phi Upsilon Omicron, home e O,p n o m i c s professi o n a I The regular monthly meet- fraternity. The award--an ing of the Catholic Woman's engraved brass candle--hol- Club was held March 9, 1966. der-- is given to the home Mrs. Mary Ann Robinson economics student whose represented the Catholic academic standing and pro- Church at The World Day of fessional attitude is most out- Prayer. standing during her fresh- Mr. Bob Higdon was the man year. guest speaker. He will be ..... Mfss JOhnsOn Was honor&d in Charge of preparing the also for her rank in the meat for the Dedication din- upper three per cent of the net of the church which will sophomore class in the Coll- De held in the early summer. ege of Agriculture and Home A departure note of Court News Wayne Burden, grand lar- ceny, arrested, lodged in jail. Made $1,000 bond and released. Louis Ray Sapp, speeding, plea of guilty, $10.00 costs $15.50 Horace Gene Graham, speeding, reduced to breach of peace, plea of guilty $2.00 cost $15.50 Ralph Thomas Waldrop, speeding, plea of guilty, $10 costs $15.50 Woodrow Noel Collins, ira- proper passing, plea of guil- ty $9.50 costs $15.50 Harold Evan Minton, speeding, plea of guilty, $10 costs $15.50 Elmer D. Swift, cold check $ continued to April 2rid. Basil Charles Westendick, speeding, plea of guilty, $10 cost $15.50 Carl Wayne Allen, speed- "ng, plea of guilty, $10.00 costs $15.50 Richard John Raque, speeding, plea of guilty $10 costs $15.50 David Worth, grand lar- ceny, plea of not guilty, held to grand jury. Jane Beverly Byers, speeding, plea of guilty, $10 costs $15.50, fine and cost $25.50 suspended. David Dwayne Canary, speeding, plea of guilty $10 costs $15.50 William Richard Simmons, speeding, plea of guilty, $10 costs $15.50 Arthur Lindsay, breach of peace, plea of not guilty, continued generally. ExeCut- ed $200 bail bond, Charles Stinchfield signed as surety. W.A. Phillips, permitting oil to enter stream, plea of not guilty, agreed to dig :a sump for this oil to run in as requested by officer, suspended on condition that he abide by request. Marriage Licenses David Sanders Williams, 25, factory worker, Drakes- boro, Ky., and Betty Lorene Brown, 20, Beaver Dam, Ky. Fared .Fulkerson, 29Ow. ensboro Grain Co., Rock- port, Ind., and Martine Mc Stoots Lee, 22, RE. 1, Dun- dee, Ky. o.,o T/MEN Your Pklum Melullr HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARCtI 31, 1966 NOTES from your BUYING CURTAINS If you are thinking of get- ting new or different curtains this spring, think before making them. It seems there are more ready made curtains on the market from which one may choose, regardless of color, materials and lengths, than there has been in several years. These curtains can be bought ready to hang, which is wonderful for today' s busy housewife. The curtains may even be cheaper than those you make, and you have much choice among many fabrics and styles to make your se- lections. What then do you look for? Here are a few questions to ask yourself before buy- ing. What effect do I want, traditional, contemporary, tailored or feminine? Will the curtains blend with the draperies I now have or will they be used by themselves? Will they need to hide or enhance- the window con- struction? Last, but now least, will the curtains please the members in the family? The fabrics in curtains are usually sheer. They can give a clear, airy look or be opaque. Opaque fabrics give more privacy and are used to a great extent. The most common curtain fabrics are dacron, acetate, rayon, blends, linens, cotton and fiberglas. Read the labels and ask questions in regard to any added finishes to make them resiseant, to, slrnking v fad- Ing, or wrinkles. Closely woven fabrics will not sag or pull out of shape as much as loosely woyen 9 ready modes and Sale Starts April IS'- '" WRh insured safety ldd p * 9 9h gs insured to $I0,000 rt ower f Vatu ..** 0 e ar why Ohi Cunty i" '  ," oavings & Loan ; "-ration is a good to put your say- It Will be a sound ble investment... Porter-Leach Hardware Co. than average rate tUrn... insured se- _'. assets in excess HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 298-3361 ?a00,000... over 25  oI continuous :h. Serving individ-  estates, churches, We now have a factory trained service man for FUnds received by 10th of the month to earn from the front end alignment, wheel balancing, and steering gear service. ALL WORK GUARANTEEO SAVE IN OHIO COUNTY We S. Taylor & Sons WITH USI Chrys let - Dodge - Plymouth r 'k  Phone Z74-4565 Ilome Loans 24Hour Wrecker Service PUrpose of build- buying homes, or repairing Or refinancing Present loan to make hPayments smaller. Y payments, like Ohio Couty Federaa "aVings & Loan Association I'IART" ORD, KY. Attention High School Boys! Fortune Shoe Company will give away $10,000.00 in scholarships. One will be given in our section. Come in and register. There is no obligation to buy. If you are in high school and it will be some time before college the scholarship will be held for you. I would like to see an Ohio County boy win this scholarship so do come in soon and register. CIIA, f.. 27.. gl.,g, fO.,g "Ohio County' s F avorite Store" IJ | I Economics. The Hartford "Thanks and Good Wishes" ,.: "-. ones. Stiff ones do not drape information as questions of High School graduate is a was sent to Mrs. Peggy Lee " as well and limp ones will the person you are buying not hang gracefully, the curtains from. member of Alpha Lambda as she and Dr. Lee have " The style of curtains ] It is always good to file. Delta, freshman scholastic moved to Louisville. They should be in keeping with the Ithe care instructions and any honorary; the Home Econo- will be greatly missed in mics Club, the 4-H Club and this community. %% over all decorating plan in ]guarantees that you get with Woman s Residence Hall Plans were made to have   i the room in which they areJthe curtains you buy. You Council. the rummage sales the ' ,\\;" .% to be used. ]may need them later. Miss Lindley, daughter of second Saturday of each _\\;,, ! and Mrs. J C. Lindiey, month, i? ............ .... Sr., Route i, Centertown, Mrs. Joan Fulton, the hos- t,,,\\;\\". 601++iC00,S:SIFIED was tapped as anewmember tess, served refreshments, x" . _ , of Links, junior women's The next meeting will be \\;\%\ scholastic and leadership held April 13. " -- honorary. A graduate of ;"**;"*''" "*';"*-';"'*'+'"/-';'"/.',*."'**" '+,' S Centertown High School, she i " OUALITY now is a shophomore in the This is your invitation to attend the !! atCUege0000, of Arts and Sciences church of your choice. >::: Among her campus activi- iiii Sunday School 10:00 A.M. ii  PRINTING SERVICE i: ties, Miss Lindley is a member of Alpha ChiOmega i!i Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. !iiii  ?[ -"L.%i 'CJ :1: J "_J : 1 t I" social sorority and serves as iii Evening Evangelistic Services 7:00 P.M. +, a freshman advisor. +, !i Sponsored by iilii: -- .. ...i L. ---7 ,.. :: REQUIRED RERDIIIG" il _he Community Full Gospel Church !i \\; ,, ,-.., :, ili Beaver Dam, Ky. 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I :: : :::::? ::::::: : : :.; ::? )?h ;;;::;?:::::?:::::::::::::?:::?::?::::::2::::::::;;:::::2::: I +.'-..3r { The most popular styles found on today's market are the traditional, Early Am- erican, the ruffled and the ruffled tie backs. The tra- ditional contemporary taking in the tailored, tier and the care curtains. The contem- porary includes the pinch pleated shorties, that are so popular in the newer homes. The window size and the manner of hanging the cur- tains will determine the se- lection of width. Widths vary on ready made curtains. You will find sin- gle, double, triple, quad- ruple and also combinations of these different widths. If you are hesitant in de- ciding on the width, a good rule to remember in buying curtains is: two and one half times the window width or more if a very sheer fabric is used. The length of the curtain is determined by your pre- ference. Just remember as in draperies, there are three correct lengths for curtains, the sill, apron and floor lengths. In buying curtains look for good workmanship such as straight hems, corners squared or mitered, even stitching and if cut with the grain of the material. The use of double bottom hems adds to proper hanging and durability. Consider the cost and kind of care in choosing curtains. Most synthetics have out- standing characteristics such as quick drying, resistance to sun and mil- de or no ironing or bleach- tag required. There are exceptions, so read the labels; know what you are getting. For more