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news Tills OiUO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 7. 1977 $ e Lorene Burton and Mrs. Ina were Sunday afternoon Dora Crumes and Mrs. of Olaton. N..u who underwent surgery at the Owensboro-Daviess is slowly improving soon. guests of Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kerrnit Daniel. and Mrs. Otto Reynolds of were Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rowan called on md Mrs. Herman C. ller and Were weekend guests of Mr. O. E. Richardson of Fort Florida. Mr. Estill Smith entered the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital last week for observation. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Liles of Owen- shore were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Liles, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Lanier of Memphis, Tennessee were weekend guests of Mrs. Arthur Johnson. They and Mrs. Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dortch. ...o. Mrs. Roy Bartlett visited Mrs. Mable Brown Friday afternoon. Mr. Adam Gayheart is a patient at the Ohio County Hospital where his condition is unchanged. .,,o Alice Baldwin and Etta Mae Himes were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lee of Utica. Mrs. A. C. Dockery and daughter, Royal wins with harmonica The campus of Austin Peay State University at Clarksville, Tennessee was the gathering place of musicians, singers and fans of country and bluegrass music this past weekend. The occasion was the annual Old Time Fiddlers and Musicians Contest, held on the first weekend of April each year. The event is sponsored by Austin Peay and the Tennessee Arts Com- mission Folklore Program with help from the Tennessee Folklore Society. The festivities that drew crowds from all parts of the country got underway Friday night with a "jam session" and progressed throughout Saturday and Saturday night, ending and her granddaughter were Wed- nesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Cliffie Bryant. Roy Bartlett was admitted to the Ohio County Hospital last week. He is " in room 40. Carolyn Hardin was returned home from the Ohio County Hospital where she had been a patient several days. Mrs. Eleanor Scavo arrived Monday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Cliffie Bryant. elibpeligible Mrs. Viola Baize is on the sick list. Mrs. Alma Roeder was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Bartlett,' and sister, Mrs. Bernice Tucker, over the weekend. Sunday afternoon guests were Mrs. J. D. White, Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Logsdon of Owensboro. To report Hartford personals, contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel at 298-3134. at midnight. Attending from Ohio County and the nearby area were Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Hardesty and family, Linda and Glenn Farmer and Ronnie Willis, Mrs. Doris Matthews, all of Ford- sville; Carl Baker, Floyd Stewart, Herman Alvey, Ronnie Tipton, Tom and Anna Lois Beumel and Kevin, Owensboro; Pete Hudnall of Basket, Ky.; Bud Meredith of Clarkson; Lonnie Pierce, of the group Bluegrass Alliance, a native of Clarkson; Jodie Hall of Leitchfield; Mr. and Mrs. Rondal Allen and son Mark of near Rosine; Wendell Allen and Barney Leach of Rosine; and Irvin Royal, winner of the harmonica playing contest. k ! Ricky Tinsley, with his project. "Effects of Air Pressure on Ani- mals," was the grand prize winner in last Friday's Science Fair at the Ohio County Middle School. The first place winner was Doug Fi g, second place went to Sam Knight, and third went to Kirk Clark and Jeff Green. Pictured here are the projects entered by Jim Jordan, fifth place, Bobby Wilson, ninth place, and Cindy Milligan, Cindy Miller and Glenda Dockery, tenth place. There were 240 projects en- tered. 10 gal. m Vacuum Cleaner tt 2 speodS f0 ard Twentieth Century. Woman's ClubMeet on Saturday, April 23, at Ohio h: power re e!:Tlne : will sponsor the first Ohio County County High School. : Special Olympics Track and Field A total of 58 students ages 6-20 from Long Handle .... Tills 14'" 28" wiOe, 3~-60352 Garden Tools ' Each * Weeding Hoe ,5.49 Heavy ~ : " Round Point Shovel . Jr. Thompson s !, I Next to B g ,,nda Satu da , a.m. till 8 P .m.. t Wayland Alexander, Beaver Dam, Central Park, Fordsville and Cen- tertown grade schools and Ohio County Middle School will take part. Each student will participate in two track and field events. The club women will act as judgem for the events, and volunteers from the Vica Club of the Vocational School will coach the children before and during the events. All competitors will be eligable for the district competition to be held in Morganfield on April 30. The public is invited to attend and cheer these youngsters on.