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~r TIlE O1110 COUNTY 'rIMES llARTFORD, KENTUCKY PAGE 12 Several Ohio County Vocational School students were honored and treated Thursday morning by residents at the Professional Care Nursing Home. The school's Health Care students, along with members of the carpentry and electricity classes visited with the residents and shared cake and punch. The Health Care students have been working at the home for the past nine weeks. The carpentry students constructed a stand for the home's popcorn machine and a cabinet. In return, some of the residents spelled out their appreciation in the form of a skit. \ Ms. Flora J. Ralph, administratrix of the Professional Care Home, in- vites the public to participate in all activities during National Nursing Home Week, May 8-15. The theme for this year's activities is "Old Friends Make the Best New Friends." Following is the schedule of events. Sunday, May 8, open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Barbershoppers will sing at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, BYW's from Mt. Carmel Baptist Church will sing at 10 a.m. RSVP bingo will be at 1:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Wednesday, May 11, Ms. Geneva Black will have a program on current events at 1:30 p.m.; Brownie Troop No. 2030 at 3 p.m.; and Barnes Chapel United Methodist Church will have a program at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 12, will present guitar at 2 p.m. Friday, May 13, Sexde from 2 to 3 Lm., citizens in be presented by Sharon Saturday, May 14, with the Rosine FILM DEVELOPIll COLOR PRINTS 1$'i SPINKS 237 Main can save g | The third greatest energy use in most homes is the heating of water. So here are some simple facts about saving: oversized water heaters waste energy by heating unneeded water. Dripping faucet= waste hundreds of gallons of hot water in a year's time, and this often can be corrected just by replacing faulty washers. Showers use less hot water than blthl. And washing clothes in warm or cold water costs less than when hot water is used. It all adds up... to waste, or to uwing. gloctrlclW Is too good to umsto ! Corporatio P. O. Box 1389- 31 ll Fairview Dr., Owensboro, Ky. ' 100 copies available "Fogle's Papers, A History of Ohio County, Kentucky" by McDowell A. Fogle is being reprinted by the Ohio : County Historical Society and will be available about June 1 at the Ohio County Museum. The book, which measures eight and one-half inches by eleven, with 452 pages plus twenty-two pages of index, will sell for $19.95 plus $1.00 for mailing. A limited number of only 100 copies will be available on a first come-first serve basis. The Society also has a limited number of "Ohio County, Kentucky, in the Olden Days" by Harrison D. Taylor, in reprint by Regional Publishing Company. The book was first published in 1926 and the reprinted edition in a durable binding with the original pictures and index, has 204 pages. Copies are available at $12.50 plus $1.00 for ~ I,,J TN 0 III i II' II ID III II Ili V I I= II I~ III N T II II JUNIOR BENNETT, Manager ING EARLY Winter is the time to set your lawn and garden equipment ready for use in spring. TRUE VALUE HARDWARE & VARIETY Union Street . Hartford, Ky. Our trained mechanics use special tools and genuine re- placement parts to put your equipment into running op- eration. Also Minor Chain Saw Repairs (REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE - PULL LEVER YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE IS APPRECIATED -Paid for