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Miss Nancy Walden Elected Chaplin Of Junior Class Nancy Walden was re- :tly elected chaplain of JUnior class of Ken- lUCky Wesleyan College. the daughter of J ". and Mrs. Layton Wal- aetl of Hartford, was awarded a $500 National M e t h o d i s t Scholarship her sophomore year. Nancy has also served as president of the Meth- odist Student Fellowship at Wesleyan. Ladies Golf Extension ecla News S OFFICE PHONE 298-3623 HOME PHONE 298-7123 John Kavanaugh Thelma K. Streeter NOTES |LI I AFTER HARVEST CARE OF THE STRAWBERRY PATCH Most strawberry fields are fruited two years and some even three or more years. The success of the desired width (about 18 to 24 inches) with a light plow or rotottller. The middies are then thor- oughly torn up with a cul- tivator or other tool and are cultivated the rest of A CUP OF TEA Much of our entertain= lng most of the time con- slstB of serving a cup of tea or coffee and a des- sert that one happens to have on hand. second and subsequent the season to control Once in a while you fruitings depends large-weeds and keep the soil may have someone drop ly upon the condition and loose, in unexpectedly and what care of the patch after harvest. The second=year production may be almost as good as the first if proper care is given the patch and if it ts rela- tively free of weeds, in- sects and diseases. Each patch presents an individual problem each year. Some plantings may be in condition to be plow- ed up after theflrstfrult- ing, but if the planting Is in a vigorous condition, has a well-developed fruiting row and no ser- ious weed, insect, or dis- ease problem, it is gen- erally advisable to keep it over for a second year and possibly a third or fourth year, if no trou- bles develop. Renewing the patch con- In recent years, many growers have used rote- tillers in renewing the patch. This tool thor- oughly tears up the sell and incorporates all or- ganic matter into it. The rototlller is also very efficient in narrowing the row to the desired width. Irrigation is helpful af- ter the patch has been worked. Droughts occur frequently at this time of year when the plants need water most to recover from fruiting to re-es- tablish themselves. Fertilizing after reju- venation should include a fairly heavy coat of well-rooted manure, If It Is available. Nitrogen is needed to stimulate new growth and to aid In de- you would give for spiced tea to serve without tak- ing the time to make it. Well, here is your ans- wer. A spiced tea re- cipe you may make and put on your shelf and then when you are ready to serve one or many guests just add hot or cold water, whether you wish to serve hot or iced tea. SPICED RUSSIAN TEA 2 cups Tang or any dry orange mix 1 1/2 cups sugar 1/2 cup instant tea 1 package lemonade Twist (or any drj len,cnade mix, without sugar) 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon cinnamon This will make approx- from your Agent will depend on your In- dividual taste. For Iced tea add 3 to 4 teaspoons to a glass of ice water, the amount depending on your individual taste. CHARLESTON GRITS Why not serve "Char- leston Grits" with baked ham as part of the din- ner of luncheon you are planning during the Mem- orial Holidays. Bring 4 1/2 cup, of wat- er to a boil. Slowly stir in 1 cup grits and 1 tap. salt. Add 1 stickbutter or margarine. Cut up 2 rolls garlic cheese (or an equal amount of plain cheese and a scant tablespoon THE OHIO COUNTY Your Piclure Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MAY 25, 1967 Fiscal Court News Judge Emery,judge pro- tempore, presided over the meetln~ for the Fis- cal Court baturday, May 20. The County Attorney was absent, but all other county magistrates were present. It was decided that the Court would have a call meeting Thursday, May 25th at 8:00 to conduct any and all business. The report of Paula Tichenor on the Sheriff settlement for 1966 taxes Ohio County Baseball League News The newly organized Ohio County Baseball League played their first ~ames of ehe season last unday with Fordsvtlle going to Morgantown and the Butler County team winning by a 7 to 4 score. The Liberty boys went to Cool Springs. This game was a 3 to 0 shut-out for Cool Springs. Mike was approved. It was de- Jarvis was the winning clded to pay Paula Tlch-. ptlcher and Minto wasthe enor $200 for her ser- loser. vices. It was authorized that the County Clerk pay el- ection expense and per dime for May 23rd pri- mary. The County Clerk was also authorized to pur- chase roller shelvers for the county ,clerk office. It was decided that the County Treasurer reim- burse the Dog Warden for his commission on dog Next Sunday finds Cool Springs going to Fords- ville and Morgantown go- ing to Liberty. Contract Awarded A contract for an ad- dition to the restaurant, service building; and sewage disposal system at the Beaver Dam Ser- vice A rea in Ohio County of garlic powder) and add licenses, on the Western Kentucky Parkway has been award- to mixture. Beat 2 eggs Sheriff Tax Settlement ed by the Highway De- in a measuring cup and fill to 1 cup wlth milk. Report for 1966 partment, Governor Ed- Pour mixture into baking dish. Add dash of tabas- co sauce. Sprinkle 1 cup corn flake crumbs on top and dot with butter. Bake at 400 degrees until brown as desired. Makes a large casserole. These are two recipes used by Miss Kitty Dod- The Sheriff Settlement for 1966 Taxes is totaled at $57,922.96. The normal and franc- hises taxes were $52,- 050.35. The oil production tax was $17,302.63. The uncollected fran- ward T. Breathitt and ttlghway Commissioner Mitchell W. Tinder an- nounced. P r I c e Construction Company, Inc., Madison- vllle, submitted the low bid of $97,777.00. 11 Association Meets Ladies Golf A ssoci ation met last Tuesday for reg- ular play and luncheon. Prizes were awarded for WASHERS the month. "lhdre was a tie for low score among 0RYERS Delema Kell, Ruth King, .._ . ~. __ and Geneva Taylor. Oth- '~~i~'e e r prizes were awarded to Fern tleckard and Ruby Taylor. The ladies are planning LOCKERS a Memorial Day Tourna- ment. Entry fee will be Beover DQm $1.00 and ice-'off time is 274 32 97 sists first of mowing offcomposing mulching mat- lmately 4-5 cups of dry son, Area Extension chise tax was $967.98. the tops Immediately af- erlals and leaves; some mix. Put in a sealed glass Agent in Daviess County The uncollected fran- ter harvest and finishinggrowers use as much as jar. To serve use 1 1/2 as part of Derby Day chise tax for 1966 Is the whole renewing oper- 120 to 150 pounds of am- to 2 teaspoons in cup of Luncheon served at her $11,952.09. a~~.~~ ation as soon as possible,montum nitrate or Its e- HOT water. The amount home in Owensboro. ~-~,z-~z;~z-z-:.4-~:,zr;r,~z,,..~.~ ..::,~.:,e',,.,.~-$: If the insect and dis- qulvalent per acre. If II~ S ~i ease problem is not ser- phosphorus ..and potash !! " i! ious, the leaves and mulch are low, a completefer- Childhood Diseases e Difference I may be incorporated into tilizer should be applied. the soil unlessthemulch As much as 500 pounds NO Laughing Matter III lel The Service." !ii is too heavy. If it is, part or more of 10-10-10=or of it may be raked off 12-12-12 per acre may and the remainder culti- be used if the late win- Childhood diseases are Terry was Immediate-[ete rated in. If there is a ter application of phos- no laughing matter, ly rushed to an Owens- disease or insect prob-phorus and potash was Measles -- Three Day, bore hospital. It was ex- i!msurance requ[re, ments lena, the leaves and mulch not applied. If it was ap- German or any kind -- tremely close but the doc- should be burned In the 9:30. Any ladies inter- alleys between the rows. ested will be welcome. Narrow the row to the MARTIN TICHENOR INSURANCE AGENCY HARTFORD Z98 -3Z4Z Telephone Talk plied, use only the nitro- gen. The fertilizer should not remain in contact wlth the foliage, but should be brushed off after apply- ing. Irrigation at this time, if the season is dry, is especially helpful in getting the nutrients to the plants and stimula- ting new plant growth. BOWLING GREEN FEED- ER PIG SALE DATE CHANGED The ,weekly feeder pig sale day at the Warren County Marketing Coop., Bowling Green, Kentuc- ky will be changed to EVERY FRIDAY. The fe- eder pig auction will start at or a little after h00 p.m. every Friday af- ternoon effective May 19, 1967. should not be taken for. tors were able to save grated. They can be very serious and even fatal. Recently three year old Terry Rock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Rock, be- came 111 with the meas- les. HIs parents took him to the doctor about four days after Terry started feeling bad. Terry was given medication and at- tended to, then sent home with his parents to get well. However, little Terry didn't get well. The fol- lowing Friday he was rushed to the Ohio Coun- ty Hospital where tests were run. Saturday Terry went into a coma. him. Pediatricians diag- nosed Terry's case as Black Measles, a very rare and very dangerous disease. Terry's case has devel- oped Into encephalitis or sleeping sickness which causes inflammation on the brain tissue and may cause brain damage. Terry is still asleep. He has Improved but he must have two people wat- ching him 24 hours aday. There are many signs to watch for In case he should develop bronchial pneumonia or go into con- vulsions. By GARY RAM SEY Your Telephone Manager WHO REALLY INVENTED THE TEI.EPHONE? That depends on what "telephone" you're talking about The word comes from the Greek lele, meaning "afar otf", and phone, "a sound". And it was probably coined by Sir Charles Wheal,tone, eminent 19th-ccntury physicist and inventor. In 1823, while conducting experiments in acoustics, Wheat- stone exhibited a lyre in one room connected by a long wooden rod to a lyre in another room When the first lyre was played, the vibration carried ahmg the rod caused the other lyre to play. Wheatstonc called this device a tele- phone. That was hardly all there was to it, though Wheatstone had succeeded in the transmission of snund, but not o[ speech---for that discovery, wc can thank Alexander (iraham Bell. Hospital ;ions Visitino Hours 1.4 p,m. May 9 - Dimple Hender- son, Cromwell; Virginia Bratcher, Hartford. May 10-James Dowell, A $21,000 equipment ties are needed to meet Beaver Dam; Alice Hum- addition Is p!anned for greater demand for ser- phrey, Livermore. Southern Bell s central vice in the Beaver Dam May 11- M. C. Swain, dial officein BeaverDam, exchange. Beaver Dam; Hazel He- above. Additional faclli- over, Hartford. May 12-Herman Chap- nuipment Addition In Beaver Dam man, McHenry; Lavonna Gall Wilson, Utica; Leo- -2 ra Anderson, Beaver major equipment ad- minals and related code Dam; Roscoe Peters, dition to the Telephone ringing numbers. Con- Hartford; Everett Tru- Company's central dial nector terminals, he said, man, Narrows. office in Beaver Dam willare necessary for con- May 13 - Carolyn be completed by the end nectlng outside lines with Brown, Echols; RitaDar- of July, according to an facilities inside the cen- lene Bartlett, Hartford; ~c Samuel Rafferty, Crom- announcement by South= tral office building. ern Bell. well; Bertle Ellen Baize, Gary Ramsey, local Southern Bell Tele- in-" Beaver Dam; Owen Tay- manager for the company, phone Company now has th" lor, McHenry;JamesMc- said the cost of the ad- 2,168 telephones in the at Sleets, Jr., Dundee. dttional equipment would Beaver Dam exchange, May 14-John Wood- be,,$21,000, compared withl,591flve ~Ie burn, Beaver Dam; Ho- The tremendous in- years ago. "An Increase :he ward Weakley, Beaver crease in the number of of more than 25 per cent md Dam; Eva Taylor, Hart- new customers In the in the number of tele- :he ford. Beaver Dam area has phones over these years ly, May 15- Mary Tic- made this additional explains the need for ex- .n, henor, Centertown. equipment essential," panded facilities," Man- ,~]~ Oept. of P.blic information, Sectio. POB May 16 - Evla O. Gid- Ramsey explained. "We ager Ramsey said. "We Capitol Annex Bldg., Frankfort, Ky. 40601 cumb, Morgantown; Bob- have grown so rapidly are glad to pla~ our part ,rid Please send, w,thout obhgati0n, information on by Lee Westerfield, Hart=in this part of the countyin Ohio County s contln- lld Kentucky's parks a.d shrines, ford; Clara Brown, Hart- that our central office ulng growth, and we are he ford; Richard McKee, capacity is becoming se-doing everything we can .'iS Name ............. Beaver Dam; P.J. verely taxed." to meet the challenge nd Address__ Phelps, Cromwell. Ramsey said the $21,- which this growth puts on )d, 000 of additional dial of- Southern Bell in terms of rice equipment would pro- ever-tncresing demands 111 ci,y st,t, zip__ I GO CLASSIFIED!! vide for connector ter- for service." CONG RA T U LA T IONS I want to add my good wishes to the many that are ~lng out to this year's high school graduates in io County. I hope all of you will consider that your education is just now beginning, because it is only when you continue to learn as you mature that you will continue to contribute to your own success and the success of your community. When I think of young people graduating from high school this year, I am remlndedofasad duty I had to perform a few weeks ago. I sang In the choir at my church in a funeral service for a young lady who would have graduated from high school this week. One moment of inattention behind the wheel of a car snuffed out this talented and popular girl's life and, with It, all the hopes and plans which she, her fam- Ily, and friends had for her bright future. So please, graduates, play tt safe on the roads, keep a cool head, and don't let these happy days end in tragedy. GOOD LUCK AND GODSPEED TO YOU ALL Southern Bell