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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 10, 1975 14 4-H Around Us BY FRED BARKLEY, OHIO COUNTY 4-H AGENT + + 4-H Variety Show--Fun Affair + Last Friday night, the curtain rose -+ on the 1975 edition of the Ohio County 4-H Variety Show at Wayland School before an audience of over 200 people, including parents, leaders and friends of 4-H'ers. The different acts and . actors displayed various ideas 4-H'ers have about their clubwork, ranging from the more humorous and recreational aspects to ones centering around involvement and patriotism. + The 4-H club judged to be county champibn for their presentation of "Salute to America," the Wayland 4- 5th grade 4-H'ers, led by Mrs. Norma Hawkins. Others participating clubs included Horse Branch 6th grade, 231 4-H Club, Wayland 6th grade, and the Beaver Dam Grade 4-H Club. In the specialty acts division, where 4-H'ers perform "individually or in groups of up to four members, Stephen Ferguson of Beaver Dam, carted off county champion honors ' with his vocal rendition of "Cum-ba- ya." Other 4-H'ers participating in specialty acts included: Pam Funk, Rickey McCormick, Rodney Albin, De.lmond Tinsley, Christi Wilson, Ginnie Atbin, Debbie McCormick, Paul Brown, Sandra Ward, Vickie Tinsley and Beth Allen. . Special thanks must be given to Mr. Mark Evans, local radio personality, for serving as .Master of Ceremonies, - and to Archie Gragg and Danny Johnson, who served as judges. Also, all 4-H leaders, parents and members + should be commended for their hard . work and a job Well done. L Project Workshop-- Saturday at Wayland School The largest 4-H project workshop of the year is scheduled for this Saturday at Wayland School in ticipating. We invite anyone in- terested in seeing 4-H members in action to attend. The creativity and new ideas these young people exhibit is always challenging to interested onlookers. The 4-H program in Ohio County seems to be growing in enthusiasm with each new activity and area of participation introduced. If you or your family are looking for a place to belong-- think about 4-H. We care about you! Problems With Joint Own When you and your spouse tied the knot, you probably agreed that your partnership would be complete in every respect. No longer would things be "mine" and "yours," everything would be "ours." American tradition says that is as it should be. But that isn't necessarily based on sound financial judgment. The American Bankers Association points out that there are both ad- vantages and disadvantages in legal joint ownership, and that both should be considered when either beginning or reviewing the financial base of marital partnership. On the plus side of "joint ownership By Ellen Hester, County Extension Agent with right of survivorship," there are two big points. The property, meaning real estate, bank accounts or securities, passes immediately to the survivor, and many administrative costs of settling an estate are avoided. But let's look at two personal banking situations where problems can develop. In a joint held bank account, it's usually possible for one of the owners to withdraw all the money without the consent of the other -- and that in itself could cause problems. When one party dies, however, the account may be sealed, with the bank ending withdrawls and--or stopping payment on checks until a review has been made by state tax agents. In this situation, a new widow or widower could be unnecessarily strapped for funds. To avoid this possibility, it is recommended that each partner retain some funds in his or her own name. Then, too, there are instances in which joint bank accounts may be subject to gift taxes. The Internal Revenue Service considers that in most cases, the funds held in a joint account have been deposited by the husband. If the wife should sub- sequently remove funds to purchase property in her own name, gift taxes could be levied. Obviously, where fund are deposited by both parties, adequate records avoid the gift Safe deposit generally sealed by death of one owner propriate taxing an inventory for purposes. Consec visable to keep wills, insurance instructions at home or place. For all of the "ins alt ownership, consult planner, lawyer or Like marriage, it business and lightly. Cast Of 4-H Winner, "Salute To America FORT S TAT E PA Days of Daniel Boone and his Kentucky settlers are re-created at the new Fort Boonesborough, between Richmond and Winchester. Reconstructed from original drawings, the fort is as accurate in detail as histm T reveals. Costumed artisans demonsttt the making of soap and candles, weaving, a 1 many another craft of the early 1800's. Kentucky's heritage and tradition are in other state parks arm shrines across the Commonwealth... all within a day's drive d Hartford beginning at 10 a.m. Any 4-H own home. So whether you're out for s members are welcome to attend; just   1,0"1,',0"1#111111111,',4 your be sure to bring your project 1"O.] ,'ln, grlngr [ l-wr  n _ INSURANCE  one-day jaunt or for a week's vacation, visit willmaterialsbe a numberanda of SaCkvolunteerlUnCh'leadersThere ..... .1, W. Drown eo | Kentucky State Parks this year' I?,LL llI Center Street . $ available to help in many different  .   . -- ,+c, aea at W snlnzon -[ Hartford, Kentucky 42347 | l .-__-,z 'Z-_ ' County l)emonstration Event, April 22rid C'-/ FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARM OWNERS, LIFE, I tU?Txt  This year s County Demonstration Washington United Methodist  LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE:  event will get underway on April 22 at Church will have a gospel singing I Licensed agents: W.E. Brown, Etheline Brown | w, mx, fn.osr, x,. 6:30 p.m. at the Courthouse in Hart- April 12 at 7:30 p.m. featuring the + ford. We're looking forward to having .... Veterans .the Harvesters. Rev.  PHO! Office 29-3473 (acri from post office), residen298-3181   '  q a around 75 4-H demonstrators par- Harold Kniffen invites all to attend. Brm',,,,,,w,,,,w,,m'',a' Band Spring Dinner E[enry Block has 17 reasons ENT-A-WAY TO M0F lhy you should come to us PROFITABLE CONTRACT S u n da y, Ap ri 1 13 tit for income tax help. Reason 16. We II try to do .,[l1 _ The Ohio County High School Band The band boosters are parents of everything we can to save Boosters will hold their Annual Spring the Ohio County Band members, and yOU money. After all, we [)inner Sunday, April 13, 1975, at the support the young musicians through want your business again school cafeteria The menu will feature chicken or ham, green beans, corn, cole slaw, and choice of pie, and will be served from 11:30 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. Price of tickets will be $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students. Tickets can be obtained from any band member, booster, or at the door on the day of the dinner. fund raising projects. The highly awarded band has participated in numerous field competitions across the state and in Southern Indiana, placing from first to third in all competitions. Proceeds will help pay for expenses normally accrued during the band's school year. Horse Branch News Mr. Raymond Renfrow returned Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paris Sunday. home Monday from the Ohio County ..... Ilospital. Mr. J. W. Renfrow and boys spent ..... the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey had Raymond Renfrow. Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hack ...... ......... To report Horse Branch news, : Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Autry visited contact Mrs. Orene Duvall, 274-7965. i:  lllllmllmmmlmmlmlllmllllllllllmlllmmlllllmlllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll WE'RE PIGISH ---- We Want Your Hogs _=- m ow - - PHONE 926-2324 ensboro, Ky. ]  IIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllll" next year. [00u[00BLOClC THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Spinks Shopping Ctr. 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