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May 5, 1977

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:i!i: ( / ~) More than 350 persons attended the annual Girl Scout mother-daughter banquet Friday night at Ohio County High School. Mary Ann Hill received an award for selling the most cookies and Connie Hoskins received a plaque for her work as care director. Also honored were Mary Lou Pate, in charge of organizing the banquet, Joe Mack Hill and Levi Rice for their work in the SME drive, Dottie Coy, for her work with the 1976 olympics, Mac Dockery, for day camp activities, and Kitty Vice for her rvice as area cookie sale chairwoman. Thelma Taylor received her 30- year pin and Debbie Tinsley received her 10-year pin. e Pre-school Story Hour registration Bruner, Fordsville, Vivian Bruner, Ford- of land in Ohio County. Hartford to Gary and Hartford, a parcel of Norris, Whitesville Martha Jane Wester- tracts of land in and Ann Westerfield, and Elvis and Mac Westerfield, Hartford to Robert D. and Francil Higdon of Hartford, a certain lot in Ohio County. Tony and Ressie G. Stewart, Horse Branch to Gertrude M. Stewart of Centertown, tract of land in Ohio County. Dwight A. and Nora Kindley, Beaver Dam to Curtis S. and Mary Kay Wagner, Beaver Dam, tract of land in Ohio County. Chester and Ethel J. Knight, Beaver Dam to Charles W. and Mary S. Chadwick, Nelson Creek, Ky., tract of land in Ohio County. Chester and Ethel J. Knight, Beaver Dam, to Charles W. and Mary S. Chadwick, Nelson Creek, Ky., tract of land in Ohio County. Diamond J. Corporation, Hartford, to K. J. and Marjorie Fuqua, Beaver Dam, a parcel of land in Ohio County. Lillian Southard, Beaver Dam; Betty and James Linville, Hartford; Corbett and Judy Southard, Echols; Judy and Donald Warner, Denver, Col. ; Jerry Southard, Greenville, Ky. to Jeffery V. and Debra L. Forrest, Beaver Dam, lot in Ohio County. Michael and Emogene Tierney to Michael L. and Mary Faye Boatman, Reynolds Station, a lot in Ohio County. Dennis and Sandra Ann Tierney to Michael L. and Mary F. Boarman, Reynolds Station, a lot in Ohio County. Bettye and H. C. Boswell, Owen- sboro, to Herman and Christine Boswell, Dundee, a tract of land in Ohio County. Mary Ann Casteel, Hartford to Justin Lee Casteel, Hartford, two parcels of land in Ohio County. Pre-school story hour registration will be held at the Ohio County Public Library Tuesday, May 17, and Wednesday, May 18. Parents who wish to enroll their children in the fall, 1977 and spring, 1978 sessions should come to the library at 10 a.m. Children aged 3//= to 5 years are eligible, and space is limited to twelve children per day each session. Registration will be on a first come-- first served basis. Story hours in beth the fall and spring sessions will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m. i t: Mr. John O'Brien and Ms. Bobble Hagerman of Hartford spent. Saturday afternoon with Mr. O'Brien's aunt, Mrs. Claud Schartzer and a cousin, Mrs. Carlie Downs and Mr. Downs of Leitchfleld. .... Mr. Kenny 'Woodruff of Beaver Dam spent from Sunday until Thursday in Middlesboro, Ky. and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hilton and Miss Suzanne Hilton. ....1. Mr. and Mrs. Bob James of Louisville spent Saturday with Mrs. James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jodie James of Beaver Dam. Mr. James is slowly improving. Mrs. Ethel Wilson of Beaver Dam accompanied her daughter home for a short visit. Mrs. Ruth Herod of Mulberry Courts Apartments has been tran- sferred from Ohio County Hospital to Sts. Mary Hospital, Evansville, Ind. Cerebral Palsy "Step-a-thon" "I'm really proud of the huge selection of new Chevys, Buicks and Oldsmobiles that we offer here at Tichenor." Dealer Wayne Verble talks with Sales Man- ager Doug Harkins about customer service. "1 want to give our customers more for their money. That's why there's no extra charge for the extra care we take with pre-delivery." It's nice to know there's someone you can look to with confidence when you're in the market for a new or used car! You'll find that someone at Tichenor Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Buick. It makes sense to buy your car from someone who really knows cars. Someone who will take the extra time and effort to make sure what you get is the very best automobile your money can buy. Tichenor has a super selection of new cars and a lot full of quality usea cars. All are backed by the finest service department around...the Tichenor Service Department. All have been tested, retested and inspected to meet their high standards. So you can buy your car with confi- dence when you buy it from Tichenor. When it comes to cars and trucks, shouldn't you havesomeone you can look to with confidence? At Tichenor you can buy from your personal mechanic, 724 Highway 231 Hartford, Kentucky Hartford -- 298-3253 Owensboro-- 275-4405 The Ohio County United Cerebral Palsy of Kentucky "Step-a-thon" will be held Friday, May 20, at I p.m. with nursing home residents of the Ohio County area participating. Included will be residents of Fordsville's Medco Center, Hartford's Professional Care Nursing Home, and Beaver Dam's Ohio County Rest Home. Sponsors will donate for each 20 steps per mile taken by walkers to help raise funds for the community. This event is to be held in conjunction with the May 21 Walk-a-thon for United Cerebral Palsy. Prizes Will be given for the oldest and youngest person participating and the most money collected. Published every Thursday by Mrs. Andy Anderson doing business as THE OHIO COUNTY II Entered as second class matter at the Post Office in Hartford, Kentucky, 42347. Mrs. Andy Anderson, Publisher Dave McBride, Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ohio County ........................... 13,00 Adjoining Counties. ................ $3.00 Elsewhere in KentucX'y ........... $4.00 Elsewhere in U.S .................. $5.00 Servicemen .............................. $2.00 =.= I II