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April 7, 1977     The Ohio County Times News
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April 7, 1977

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OHIO COUNTY ~'~, ~RD, ~Y, ~ 7, 1977 15 7 Marine Private David L. Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hawkins of 109 Hunter Court, Hart- ford, has completed recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. He graduated .. ... Tuesday, March 22, with honors and was promoted to Private First Class. During the ll-week training cycle, Pvt. Hawkins learned the basics of battlefield survival. He was in- troduced to the typical daffy routine that he will experience during his : ' enlistment and studied the personal ; ...... ............ : ~!:: !i action LIQUID $1.79 112 oz. - Hartford, ...... : /~: ~/~i!ii~:/, :!~!ii: i and professional standards traditionally exhibited by Marines. He participated in an active physical conditioning program and t gained proficiency in a variety d ). military skills, including first aid, - close order drill and rifle .; ...... ...... discipline were emphasized .... ....... throughout the training period. ..... scoreDavid madeplatoontheonSecond highest ............ in his the rifle range, " ranking an expert shooter. PFC Hawkins is presently home on ..... leave with orders to report after his leave to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, for temporary duty under instructions in the basic engineer equipment mechanics corps. He is a 1976 graduate of Ohio County High School and joined the U.S. Marine Corps in December, 1976. HAVE HANDLE, EMBLEM & CALL LETTERS PUT ON TEE-SHIRT FOR ALL TO SEE!! $4.00 Children - $5.00 Adults CALL 274.4006 (Phone No. wrong in last week's ad) " ~~i:~!~ ,~',! ~ The all-day Foreign Language Fair, sponsored by the French, Spanish and Art Clubs at Ohio County High School, was attended by approxi- mately 1,500 students and faculty members Tuesday. The various club projects depicted different coun- tries and customs. The activities in- cluded a puppet show, art displays, a film produced by Pete Johnson, and the cooking of tacos. Staged .... ta," and "'April in Paris," the fair was supervised by Phyllis Shown, 1 [] Pare Bradley and George Ann Parks. 1 i licenses I i!i'iI i Franklin Scott Simpson, 20, Hart- Mary Lee Midkiff, 56, Owensboro, i Ann Wilson, 17, Utica, clerk. Hospital. ............. !ii i ford, construction worker to Ramona LPN at Owensbero-Daviess County Kenneth S. Wilson, 25, Hartford, Joseph L. Ralph, 23, Cromwell, Sandefur, 25, Horse Branch, Livermore, nurses aide. Wayne Ray Dicus, 16, Beaver Dam 1 ii ii! i tertown, personnel manager to Anna B. Pruitt Vanover, 62, Utica, lumber to Gartin, Owensboro, desk clerk. 1 FUR IITURE ,~ ~ ~ NEIr & USED _l[l~, Announces candidacy for Magistrate ~ ,~ 9-5Weekdays .... 1 : .... r'7 " i : 2~i;i;2 ::;; ii:i:!iiP;reclaled :' ~"' ~ ,o,,:. :L :':;co, FIJRN ITIJ RE Pa ~ ' Hartford, Kentucky "THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" ~g. j