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Eagles 880- Yard Relay Team Sets New Record In Meet With Owensboro, Apollo, Cat00!olic High Ohio County's 880-yard relay team set a new school record last Friday in a track meet also involving Apollo, Owensboro and Catholic High. The foursome of Joey Hazelwood, Jeff Herron, Bruce Patton and Greg Cooper ran the distance in the time of 1.36 for a first place finish over the other three competing teams. 'The Belle of t Lou00v"'e ! sig.ned, is $15 | Price does not j ::.in clude !ram e.... A Taylor's Taylor's Department Store in Beaver Dam Proudly Presents Don Ensor Prints We are pleased to present Don Ensor's newest release, 'The Violin and Piccolo.' Signed $10 Signed prints of 'Jai-s and Knives,' and Horse' are available. These are in quantity and $10 each 'Telephone and Stereoscope,' 'Camera and Clock,' 'Toy Train limited From s39" . Clusters .Jade .Men's Rings Why such a low price? Because our experts know how to buy diamonds, and we can pass the savings on to you. Rings enlarged to show deteil THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUI MAY Other firsts helping to contribute to the Eagles' 55 total points included C0oper's 10.6 in the 100-yard dash, Paul Fowler's 2-13.5 in the 880-yard run, Donald McGuffin's 39 feet-11!,2 inches in the shot put, Cooper's 36 feet-4 inches in the triple jump, and the mile relay team of Cooper, Jerry Ward, Bruce Patton and Billy Burks which claimed the event in 3-44.7. The freshman 880-yard relay team also picked up a first over Apollo and Owensboro Catholic in the time of 1- 45.0. The team was made up of Randy Mayes, Terry Fieener, Keith Geary and Larry Mayes. Hazlewood finished second in the 100-yar( dash and the 220-yard dash and Greg Ashburn placed second in the mile run at 5-11.4. Cecil Peach ran the two-mile event in 12.07 for another second, to go with Hazlewood's second place finish in the long jump and Steve Patton's run: nerup position in the triple jump. Third place finishes included Ward in the 440-yard dash, Dwight Leach in the shot put, McGuffin in the discus, Mayes in the long jump and Tommy Jones in the high jump. Bruce Evans came in fourth in the She'll wear it with pride.., cherish it always. Two bands of 14K gold signify husband and wife. They are joined by lustrous synthetic stones marking the birth month of each child. Orders taken through Thursday, May llth for Mother's Day delivery. From s17" ON-HER DAY By Bulova Elgin Seiko Timex Claude Lewis Taylor, owner of Taylor's Department Store presents a Don Ensor limited edition print to Mrs. Ruenelle librarian. The painting by the Louisville artist, "Toy Train of only 2,500 numbered and signed and signed only from the Riley said the painting is a generous addition to the especially appealing to children. 120-yard high hurdles and the same positioninthel80-yardlowhurdles. 00[)roject Concern OC Linksmen ,00;cheduled Top Hancoc ' A mass meeting of youth and adults interested in the Project Concern "Walk for Mankind" will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Ohio County Fiargrounds, according to walk director Jerry Goodall. The Ohio County walk is to be this Saturday on a 22-mile route from the Ohio County High School through Hartford, Centertown, McHenry and Beaver Dam back to the high school starting point. The Hartford and Beaver Dam Jaycees, the Ohio County Teens Who Care, and other interested citizens are working on the project. Student walk director Goodall is used for the good of Project Concern nonprofit organization which 1961 by Dr. James Turpin, lucky, is a physician "involved Project ,Concern th)ng Kong, Vietnam, United States. The walk the high school at details will be Thursday night Additional from Jerry Goodall at Johnny Shrewsbury shared medalist honors with a round of 42 to help lead the Ohio County golf team to a 188-187 win over Hancock County. Greg Cooper finished the nine-hole round with 44, Mark Givens with a 48 and Larry Mayes with 53. Hancock's Barry Griffin kept pace with Shrewsbury with a 42, while teammates Dennis Roberts toured the course in 51, Billy Toler in 47 and Ron McCaslin in 48. The match was played at the Ohio County Country Club. *Solitaires t Birthstones .Sets . Pre-Engagement Rings From sl2" INTRODUCING =o/,ove FOR A family bralch prowith a birthstone for each member of the family. She will cherish it forever. plus $3.00 per stone rO" $12-50 iim Diamond Clusters - And ravelle Watches Zodiac For Moth r being assisted by secretary Debra Jo Harris and treasurer Steve Foreman in organizing the walk. Jaycee leaders involved in the project include David Crume of Hartford and C. B. Embry, Jr. of Beaver Dam. People who make the Saturday "Walk for Mankind" will help raise money to be used to fight poverty, hunger and disease. Each of the walkers will walk for money. Local businesses and in- dividuals are being asked for a pledge to contribute a specific sum of money for each mile walked. Money raised will be divided et- ween Project Concern, Inc. and a local organization designated by the walkers. The local portion will be Jo Harris at Foreman at 298-7071. l l th District k Tournam ! Starts Mo p( Obi0 County and County will open Monday in the Tournament. The game will take on p.m. Tuesday. Fordsville and play at 3 p.m. pionship game will Wednesday. 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