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THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 28, 1977, SECTION 2, PAGE 7 Monday, May 2 Finn, Bruce School Road, 3:25 to 3:45 School, 8:45 to 10 p.m.; Barnes Chapel Church, 3:50 to C.E. Barnes, Horse 4:10p.m. m mr; 10:05 to-I0:25 a.m.; c.c. | Branch, 10:30 to 10:45 Wednesday, May 4 | Branch Post Office, 10:50 Dundee School 8:30 to 9:45 a.m.; | a.m.; Horse Branch Church Narrows Post Office, 10 to 10:30 a.m.; ll:10to11:50 a.m.; Mrs. Anna Bryon Muffett, Narrows, 10:40 to 11 Horse Branch, 12:00 to a.m.; JoeMcPherson, Narrows, 11:05 Woosley's Store, Rosine, to 11:25 a.m.; Delmar Shain, Olaton, 11:40 to 12:10 p.m.; Robert Nabors, p.m.; Professional Care Olaton, 12:15 to 12:35 p.m.; Gobel to 2 p.m.; Ohio County Himes, Hwy. 1164, 12:45 to 1:15 p.m.; 5 to 2:30 p.m. L=+ to . m.n | Elementary School, 8:30 Thursday, May 5 | Bill Raley, Cromwell, | me:lpa.m.; Spencer's Grocery, Central Park School, 8:30 to 9:45 | l dl0:30 to 10:50 a.m.; a.m.; Arbuckle Grocery, McHenry, | ilE { asonic Lodge, 11 to 11:30 9:50 to 10:10 a.m.; James Grocery, well Ball Park, 11:35 to McHenry, 10:20 to 10:50 a.m.; McHenry Baptist Church, 11:10 to Nova Williams, Liberty 11:30 a.m.; Daisy Martin, Rochester lt0ad, 12"10 to 12:40 p.m.; Road, Beaver Dam, 12:00 to 12:30 m tY Rest Home, 12:45 to 1:15 p.m.; Estil Kininmonth, Cool Springs, West Fourth Street, Beaver 1 to 1:30 p.m.; Cross Roads Grocery, to 1:55 p.m.; Basil Keown, Beaver Dam, 2 to 2: 30 p.m.; Town & ?m. Madison Street, Beaver Country Trailer Court, Beaver Dam, i 1:2:30 p.m.; Linda Lindsey, 2:40 to 3 p.m.; White's Grocery, Street, Beaver Dam, 2:40 Beaver Dam, 3:10 to 3:30 p.m.; Ir' :'i Ben Bard, Bruce School Beaver Dam Ball Park, 3:40 to 4:10 to 3"20 p m; Herman p.m. Wendell Allen of Rosine looks on as Owensboro Mayor Jack Fisher signs a proclamation from the City of Owensboro designating April 27 as "Op- erating Room Technicians Day". Allen received the ,document in behalf of technicians at the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital during the City Commission meeting. Governor Julian Carroll proclaimed the date honor- ing these men and women who are a vital part of the surgical team in the operating room. Allen, who is a member of the operating room staff at Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital, presented a proclamation to Our La-. dy of Mercy Hospital technicians. In Stock ... Paper From "My Fair Lady" Collection S WALLCLAD 25% oFF 215 MAIN STREET PHONE: 683-6831 OWENSBORO, KY. Have you met and shook hands with any of the large slate of candidates running for office? If not then you can have the opportunity to do just that if you come to Rosine Saturday, May 14, when a "Meet The Candidates Day," will be held for the purpose of per- mitting the public to meet and talk with all announced office seekers at the Rosine Community Park. According to persons in charge of the event at Rosine, they feel this will be a good thing for the voters. It won't be a Fancy Farm or Kentucky Colonels type gathering, but after a long hard winter and folks wanting to get out and enjoy a social gathering with good country and bluegrass music and food -- it should be a suc- cess. The program will get underway at 3:30 p.m. and run until 6:00 p.m. with music being furnished by the Rosine Band and others to be announced. All Democrats, Republicans and Independents along with family and friends are invited to come enjoy the festivities. ockport - QUANTITY PURCHASE RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD APRIL 28, 29, 30, 1977 latter 2 Lb. 29 ................................ ......... 1" Sunkist Van Camp Pork and Fully Cooked Idaho ges ............................. 79' ....................... i+3/79' :oes .................................. 10 Lb: .......... $ 139 "**'"'.o...,...,.,..,...,..,. ....... o ..... ,..,1 46 Oz. "...,, ...... ., .... Stokely JUI Charmin TI '*,***o ..... .,... Crisp Head 1 ttuce .................................... 3/s oo II IIII IIII Stokely z7 Oz. O0 Stokely C.S. or WK Golden Corn .......... ,z..+o,: ...... 3/89 Stokely Cut Green s...3/89 Star Kist Stokely UP ,..,....oz: ........................................ 35 Stokely Sliced or Halves & Shoulders Lol (Frozen) (REG. (REG. Sl") ,...0+ ........................................................ 95. ............................... 13s by IF. J. & Julie Skull "The Verendrye Tablet Unearthed.t" Experience Mitchell was born circa 1609 in the Netherlands probably at Amsterdam or Leyden. He is called of "the Goodley Company" at Leyden. He came across on the "Ann" in 1623 perhaps in the care of Francis Cook. He had a share in the division of lots at Plymouth (1623) which was probably the place called: "Spring Hill." Listed with Francis Cook at the Cattle Division in 1627 he soon thereafter married one of Cook's daughters: Jane. In 1631 he sold the Plymouth place to Samuel Eddy et removed to Duxbury where he pur- chased (in 1650) William Paybody's house et farm "Blue Fish River." At Duxbury he was a surveyor et juror. He was among the first proprietors at Bridgewater. But sold this share to Thomas Hayward Jr. He owned land in Dartmouth but never lived there. Arriving at Bridgewater late in life he came with his son Edward et lived at "Joppa." He had a brother: Thomas, who lived et died in Holland. Their sister: Constant Mitchell, came to Massachusetts et married John Fobes (to be entered later). The issue of Experience et Jane Cook Mitchell: Thomas; John; Elizabeth; Mary; Edward; Sarah; Jacob; et Hannah. The wife of his old age was Mary but her family is unknown. Thomas Mitchell held the Dart- mouth shares of the father but con- veyed them back in 1669 who the same day conveyed them to Jacob Mitchell. This is the last entry on New England records of Thomas Mitchell. John Mitchell m.I. Dec. 14, 1675 Mary Bonney et bore one child then died. He m.I. Jan. 14, 1679 Mary Lathrop who died the next year. He m. III May 24, 1082 Mary Prior et had 6 daughters et 2 sons. John lived in Duxbury et died in 1711. His sister: Elizabeth Mitchell, married 1645 John Washburn of "Green's Harbour" at Duxbury. She bore six sons: John; Thomas; Joseph; Samuel; Jonathan; et Benjamin et one daughter Mary by 1661 which gives occasion for this excerpt from an old letter from her cousin Thomas Mitchell to her father Experience dated: July 24, 1662 Amsterdam. "I do wish also my Cousin Elizabeth much joy with her daughter, that God has given her six sons." Offspring Elizabeth; Jane; James; et Sarah followed. Mary Mitchell (of Ex- perience et Jane) married Dec. 24, 1652 James Shaw et died in 1679. Her brother Edward married Alice Bradford as his second wife who bore him two daughters et in 1716 a son in his 70th year of age. In 1708 Edward sold the "Blue Fish River" property to Samuel Sprague which Experience (his father) gave him in 1670. Sarah Mitchell married John Hayward (of the Plain) et had 6 daughters et 4 sons. Est. settled 1710. Jacob Mitchell (of Experience et Jane) married Susanna (dau. of Thomas Pope of Plymouth) Nov. 7, 1666. He settled at Dartmouth (now Fairhaven) on Mitchell property was a carpenter et an ensign. At beginning of Indian trouble (1675) he et his wife were slain. Their three children (Jacob; Thomas; et Mary) were sent to safety et spared. They were reared by their uncle Edward Mitchell of Bridgewater. These married the same day in 1696 to the children of John Kingman of "Billerica" in West Bridgewater. Hannah Mitchell (of Experience et Jane) married Joseph Hayward (of Thomas, Sr. his third wife. Thus three children of Mitchell married three Hayward. The will of Experience Mitchell was made in 1684 et his death occurred in 1689. The offspring has been taken from his will; deeds; et other written documents. Mitchell descendants owned et occupied "Joppa" in East Bridgewater over two centuries. Francis Cook came in the Mayflower in 1620 with a son, John. He married in the Netherlands a native of that country et a member of the WaUoon Church. Her name was Esther. She et their children: Jacob; Jane; et Esther, came in 1623 on the "Ann." They were of Plymouth at Land Division in 1624 with six children et seven at cattle. A Plymouth juror 1640. Purchased land at Dartsmouth 1652 et in Middleborough 1562. By 1650, he was considered et called "a very old man who has seen his children's children have children." His will dated: Dec. 7, 1659 proved 1662 leaves wife Esther et son John executors. He died Apr. 7, 1662. They had: John (m. 3-28-1634 Sarah Warren ); +Jacob +M.I. 1646 Damaris Hopkins, M.II 11-18-1659 Elizabeth+ Shurteff); Jane (m. 1628 Experience Mitchell); Esther, (M. Nov. 1644 Richard Wright); Mary (M. Dec. 26, 1645 John Thompson). Eight members, two advisors and one guest from the Ohio County Chapter FFA, attended the Green River Regional Association FFA Banquet, April 21. The purpose of the banquet was to carry out official FFA business, state and regional. There were nine other chapters from the Green River Regional Association FFA represented. One of the items of business was to elect the 1977-78 'regional officers. Dennis Chinn was elected president. Superior and first place awards of the District and Regional FFA Day were given as follows: Dennis Chinn, first place superior in public speaking, Darrell Huff, first place superior in treasurer's book, and Carl Geary, first place superior in tractor trouble shooting. These three will represent Ohio County in the state competition. Other winners were Pete Hardesty, burley tobacco, Ricky Bennett, dark tobacco, Vince Vault, soybeans, Keith Ferguson, corn, Mike Westerfield, crop production, and Dale Wester- field, creed contest. Those who received excellent ratings were Dennis Grider, beef importer, Keith Ferguson, hog im- porter, Terry Faither, secretary's book and Joe Hitchell received a good rating in hog production. 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