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Usually, bad scars are not left when these scabs fall away. Bathing in a tub is not recommended for the child which has the chickenpox because the water will sometimes prematurely loosen the scabs, also causing bad scars. Sponge bathing with a soft cloth will suffice until the child is well. Never take chances with your health. When you have a prescription bring it to our pharmacy. Careful, ac- curate compounding of prescriptions is our primary concern. Fast prompt service is our by-word. 298-3278 King's Drug Hartford, Ky. HINT FOR THE HOME: To remove chewing gum from clothes. Harden the gum by rubbing with an ice cube. Scrape off as much as possible. Use a cleaner, wash and rinse. Mr. Bob Manasco of In- dianapolis, Indiana visited Mr. and Mrs. Edd Spurlock and Emma, over the weekend. His wife and children returned home with him. They had been in Harlan County to attend the funeral of her grandfather. ! Notpoi.t ! Grand Openings Planned By 2 County Businesses Two grand openings will be held in Hartford during the next week. The New Mall Cinema, Ohio County's newest theater, will have its formal opening next Wednesday. Porter-Leach Hardware The 200-seat theater is Store in Hartford will ob- located in Spinks' Shopping serve its grand opening Center. A special showing starting today. The business will be presented Tuesday was moved from Main for persons receiving in- Street to Union Street vitations only. several months ago. Middle School Students Conduct Project WASTE Forty students from the science classes at the Ohio County Middle School participated during the week of April 18-25 in a six- state research project that should provide much useful information to en- vironmental researchers who are studying new methods for solid waste disposal and management. The project, named WASTE (Waste Assessment and Student Training Ex- periment), is being con- ducted by the Cooperative Science Education Center (CSEC) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Ken- tucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee. This is the second ex- tensive public participant program conducted by the CSEC, under a subcontract with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and with funding from the National Science Foundation under the RANN (Research Ap- plied to National Needs) program. Recently, the CSEC completed analyzing data from an air quality experiment that involved 25,000 Tennessee high school students, teachers, and parents. In Project WASTE, the approximately 100,000 participants will be asked to collect the trash and gar- bage at their home for one week and to separate it into the various components such as paper, glass, FHS Students Elected To District Offices At the May 6th meeting of the Elizabethtown District Future Homemakers of America, Brenda Blan received the title of District Secretary and Shelia Hedden received the title as District Reporter. Shelia Hedden has served as Chapter Reporter for our chapter. She has received her junior degree and is making plans to work on the state degree next year. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Pep Club, plastic, metal, etc. They will weigh and record the amount of each component. The recorded weights and other pertinent data will be sent to the CSEC for com- puter analysis and in- terpretation. The feasibility of recycling familial solid waste is dependent on the percentages of recycleable material that are present. While the content of in- dustrial waste is fairly uniform and such per- centages can be projected, home waste appears to be highly variable from region to region and home to home. Therefore, this study should provide valuable data for the researcher. It can be of much help in finding ac- ceptable techniques for dealing with the ever in- creasing amounts of trash and garbage. The final results of the study will be available to the scientist as well as the attentive public. Each participating school will also be provided copies of all reports derived from the study. New ... o,,o ooo... HARTFORD, KENTUCKY; MAY 11, 1972 17 REPERTOIRE By Wellington Matthews A Bible Alphabet A - Ask and ye shall receive. B - Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits. C - Create in me a clean heart, O God. D - Do unto others as ye would that they should do unto you. E - Even Christ pleased not himself. F - Forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. G - Give us this day our daily bread. H - Him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. I - I am the bread of life. J - Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to-day, and for ever. K - Keep thy tongue from evil. L - Little children, love one another. M - My son, give me thine heart. N - Now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation. O - Oh, that men would praise the Lord for his goodness. P - Pray without ceasing. Q - Quit you like men, be strong. R - Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth. S - Suffer the little children to come unto me. T - Teach me thy way, O Lord. U - Unto thee, O God, do we give thanks. V - Verily, verily, I say unto you, he that believeth on me hath everlasting life. W - What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee. X - Examine yourselves. Y - Ye are bought with a price. Z - Zealous of good works. Courtesy, Rev. Jack Keeney Polly McGrew Addresses FordsvUle Woman's Club Mrs. A. H. Freer. The club presented outgoing president, Mrs. The Fordsville Woman's Club met, Monday night, May 8 for their regular A S[RVICI00 Brenda has served as Christian Students Union A l meeting at the Fordsvtlle Don McLemore with a AN0 Honor Roll Chairman of the anda 4'H teen leader. She is va Library at 7:30. crystal bowl. ........ "" .... Fordsville Chapter. She has secretary of her chureh and Miss Polly MeGrew, j B/tt ihFIIllE$ j been chairman of various she works with various daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Scouts 0 APPLI,ilINC I committees throughout the persons in her community. A baby girl was born to James McGrew was the I III I year. She was a 4-H Teen Throughout her high school Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rice, speaker. She spoke on her ! We Service Our Own  Leader for two years and years, Shelia has main- May 5 at the Owensboro- trip to Washington, D.C. Orgmaizirg Basketball cheerleader for rained a 4.0 average. Daviess County Hospital. with the 4-H group. I two years. She is a member Shelia is the daughter of She answers to the name of The club voted to present ! HIGHWAY 23l of the National Honor Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Melody Ann. She weighed 7 a 1972 graduating senior of There will be a Boy Scout t-too Society and Pep Club. She Hedden of Fordsville, lb. 4 oz. The proud grand- Fordsville High with a $100 organization meeting this m, received her state degree Kentucky, and Brenda isthe parents are Mr. and Mrs. scholarship. Thursday evening at 7 p.m. this year. She is also an daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BurchellIachofMcHenry, Mrs. Lewis Rhoades at the Jaycee Park. Allboys active member of the junior James Blan of Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Julius served as hostess and the ages 11 to 15 are encouraged class. Station, Kentucky. 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