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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 3-C ews C( corn S~ from The Hartford Herald, The Ohio County News, and the Ohio County Times. Jan (Himes) Ashby jan.timesnewsC/ )ril 21. 1994 was held last Sunday for the first of ;two medical clinics. has been uncovered at the Ohio County Construction site and could cost the school 000. Hospital: a daughter to Jennifer and Dam, April 2. ounty Hospital: a daughter to Jen- Baird, Beaver Dam, April 4; a daughter to Durbin, March 28; a daughter to Tara and April 7. r District School Bus Road-e-o was Garner finishing second and Mary the competition for the second year. senior guard Kailoni Mellott signed to for Brescia College in Owensboro next sea- baseman Brian Autry has been chosen to LAll-State baseball team as selected by a vote tucky High School Baseball Coaches' D-2 The Mighty Ducks;8 Sections. Act II; Tombstone. Betty Chandler have returned to Ohio is presently serving as minister of the an Church. was held at the home of Ferlin and 17 in honor of their son, Nathan's llth ril 18. of Olaton Church is leaving and Sunday , dinner was held for him, Mark Hurt and his church. Everyone is sorry to see him go. By Dry Voters! Out of 8,014 votes in to keep the county dry with 1,997 1945-46 SENIOR CLASS Beaver Dam High School: Top row, left to right, Mr. Tunks, Clara Bennett, Virginia Brown, Jean Knight, D.A. Tichenor (president), Billy Erwin (vice president), Martha Renfrow, FIo Fulton, Annabelle Wilson and Pro- fessor Tartar. Bottom row, Lucille Fulton, Virginia Render, Kathryn Shrull, Lilly Shield, Jennie Mae Mercer, Imogene Bevil, Nancy Stevens, Malcolm Carden. 50 for large copy of this old photo. County Hospital: a son to Mr. and Mrs. 18; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge a son to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Behl, April County Hospital: a and Mrs. Lonnie Patton, Centertown, April to Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Fordsville, to Mr. and Mrs. David Blan, Fordsville, April Mrs. Virgil Howard, Reynolds Station, celebrated her 13th birthday Tuesday, Party at her home. Price of Henderson will be the guest of God Thursday, May 3. ' American Graffiti. and Ervin Hillard visited Mr. Martin Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. [ . , and Jason of Georgia wmted his parents over jf of Fordsville was a Monday guest 3urton. Mr. Kenneth Crowder called on Sunday. dinner was given in celebra- Harrison Daugherty's 34th wedding 13. Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar in ty and Faye Dunaway in Bonnie Sney's The Jungle Book; Dean Martin in Hank Williams in A Time To Sing; Faye Dunaway in The Thomas Crown Crowe were honored Sunday, April dinner. News by Mrs. Ruth Leckhart: Guests Midkiff were Mrs. Elma Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Don Harrison by Mrs. Imogene Carter: Mr. and Mrs. Sons and Mrs. Johnnie St. Clair of Hart- and Mrs. Elbert L. James and daugh- 1945-46 BALL TEAM Beaver Dam High School: Top row, Gary Coffee, Billy Martin, U.C. Parks, Charles Reid, Earl Reid, Marion "Mousy" Phelps, Clyde Danks. Middle row, Mossey Martin, unidentified, Earl Davis, Eugene Leach, Ted Kelley, unidentified, Bobby Taylor. Bottom row, Warren Hines, George Duvall, Gall Givens, Tommy Barnes, unidentified. 50 for large copy. Kentucky Theatre in Hartford: Charles Starrett in Hail Catherine of Detroit, Michigan, arrived here Sunday for an by Mrs. Marion Spencer: Mr. and Mrs. To The Rangers; Helen Walker and James Brown in The Good extended visit with Mrs. Herod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.E. , with her sister, Mrs. Fellows; Roddy McDowell in Lassie Come Home; Bob Hope Ward, and other relatives in No Creek community. Cane in Louisville. and Betty Hutton in Let's Face It. by Mrs. Walter Dortch: Sp4 Melvin Majestic Theatre in Beaver Dam: Richard Dix and Dick 100 Years Ago - April 20. 1904. enroute to Vietnam. Melvin is the sonof Foran in Cherokee Strip; David Bruce in The Mad Ghoul; Mr. Haynes of Owensboro is in the county buying tobacco. Graves. Claudette Colbert, Veronica Lake and Paulette Godda_rd in He paid $5.00, $4.50 and $2.00 for some crops. So Proudly We Hail. ELS. Bennett, the temperance lecturer and noted as the Allen, who is attending the State Uni- Red Hill: Mrs. Iva Filback and son, Eugene, spent the "Flying Dutchman spoke in Hartford Sunday at the Meth- Florida spent the weekend with his weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filback and family of near odist Church and at the Y.M.C.A. in the ai rnoon. and Mrs. Oscar Allen, and his mother, Horton. Comntencing April 25, round trip tickets will be sold to At the CHnic: Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Walter Gray, St. Louis on account of the World's Fair, at the following of Jailer Andy Funk and wife of Evansville, Indiana, formerly of this county, a daughter, rates and limits: Season Excursion tickets sold daily April Barbara Lou, Tuesday, April 18. 25 to November 25, limited to December 15 for returning, a jail break by two men was Misses Madelyn Boyd and Dorothy Tichenor, of No $12.90. For sale daily, April 25 to November 30, limit 60 days burglaries were added the the recent Creek, were guests Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pirtle but not later than December 15, 1904, $10.70. hio County - Ten Spot Service Station Heflin. Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, No Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. Joe B. Foster, a few days last week. Commonwealth's Attorney Ben D. Ringo spent Sun- day with his family here returning to Owensboro Monday. Store operated by John Boone in Echols. Go Pflster of near Fordsville re- 53rd wedding anniversary at their Hartford: Bob Steele in Oklahoma Man Crazy; Maureen OTIara and Walt Disney's Peter Pan. in Beaver Dam: Glenn Ford and Julia The Alamo; Hal Reach in Brook- Barbara Rush in Taza, Son of in Paris Model. given Sunday March 28 for Mrs. H.B. in Mata zas in honor of her seventy- of Hartford was hostess to the Fort 1. of Directors: Clarence Bartlett, C.R. Keith and E.G. Young. In Ohio County: Nine High Week; Hartford class largest with 29 25; Fordsville 17; Centertown 16; 11; Dundee 10; Cromwell and 75 Years Ago - April 29. 1929. Miss Sara Schroeter visited Miss Hettie Riley Carson and other friends in Heflin community last weekend. Miss Lettie L. Marks will be hostess on Thursday, May 2, to the Fort Hartford chapter D.A.R. at her home on Clay Street. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and baby, of Central Grove, spent Sunday with Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. Worth Tichenor and Mr. Tichenor. Miss Della Mae Daniel, who is attending Western Ken- tucky Teacher's College, Bowling Green, passed the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Daniel, Route 1, Hartford. Mrs. Cordelia Petty returned to her home at Narrows Saturday after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Acton. Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Foreman, of Narrows visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bennett, Tues- day. Miss Norine Harris Barnett who holds a position at Anchorage, spent the weekend in Hartford with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Barnett. Mrs. George W. Herod and small daughter, Mae 50 ea.