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Ohi C ty H pit 1 N ,--- o OUR OS a otes AUGUST 2, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, 1973 Farm Bureau Meeting Set The annual meeting of the Ohio "County Farm Bureau will be held August 10, 1973 at 6:30 p.m. CDT at the Ohio County High School. All members and their families are invited to attend. Tickets will be 5O cents each and may be 'burchased at the Farm Bureau office or the door. The following merchants will be donating door prizes to be awarded at the meeting: W.C. Wallace, Elaine's, Shultz Men's Store, King Drugs, Carriage House, Spinks Pharmacy, Myrtle's Beauty Shop, Bob's " IGA, Hubert Tichenor Farm Machinery, Felty Farm ADMISSIONS: Branch, Caroline Oldham, Goodman, Hartford, H. C. Linda Geary, Echols, Judy Cardwell, James Fulkerson, July 24, 1973: Henry Hartford, Josie Farmer, McCormick, Horse Branch, Ann Hudson, Hartford, Leon Moseley, RandallAsh- Lamb, Dundee, Leon Dundee, Dan Curtis, Rock- Margaret Cook, Beaver Esther Freeman, Beaver by. Moseley, Beaver Dam. Anna port, Bonnie Sailing, Beaver Dam, Randy Peters, Dam. July 27, 1973: Cecil Matthews, Beaver *Dam, Dam. Hartford, Franklin Hall, July29, 1973: AzelEmbry, Brooks, Kathy Daugherty, Stella Holland, Centertown, July 26, 1973: Randall Beaver Dam, Jacqueline Hartford, Hardin P. Geary, Sandra Sharp, John Bertha Saylor, Cromwell, Ashby, Beaver Dam, Dennis Miller, Hartford, Anna Central City, Margie Willoughby, Shirley Shef- Lloyd Fisher, Horse Skimehorn, Central City, Simpson, McHenry, Daugherty, Cromwell, field, Jo Nell Whitten. Branch, Minnie Simpson, Audley Westerfield, Hart- Glendell Davis, Beaver Marjorie James, Hartford, July 28, 1973: Tonya Beaver Dam. ford, Paula Hughes, Ford- Dam, Gladys Tichenor, MelissaRoberts, Fordsville. Daugherty, Lee Shields, Service, Inc., J.C. Eskridge sville, Ellen Gossett, Beaver Dam. Bertha Taylor, Welby Farmer's Supply, Interstate July 25, 1973: Doris Hartford, Clem Schroader, July 30, 1973: Supply Company, Farm Brown, Beaver Dam, Ruth Beaver Dam, Tanya July 28, 1973: Clinton Ward, Whitesvillc, William Service Center, Hartford Reynolds, Beaver Dam, Daugherty, Beaver Dam. Bratcher, Olaton, Jane Hamilton, Centertown, Nell Building andSupply, Porter Cortis McCormick, Horse July 27, 1973: Cheryl Simmons, Beaver Dam, Miller, Hartford, Aaron Auto, Marathon Fuels, Ralph, Hartford, Dora Miles Farm Supply, Gulf Grace Albin, Hartford, Oil, Bunge Corporation, ersonal Pamela Greathouse, Bradley Body Shop, C & C Adaburg P Hardware, Agrico, Ohio S Rosine. County Times, Ohio County DISCHARGES News, Ohio County July 24, 19=/3: Jillianne Messenger, Bob Harris Curtis, Alma Roeder, Gulf, Tichenor Chevrolet, Rev. and Mrs. Stewart Mrs. Wanda Canter is Mrs. Lula Farmer and Norma Embry, Muriel Olds, and Buick, Hines were dinner guests of visiting her son, Steve Audrey and Miss Regina Mattingly, Mattie Clothier, Westerfield Implement Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cheek and Mrs. Cheek and Hamilton was guest of Mr. Mary Edward, Douglas Company, Family Center, Foreman Sunday. Stephen and her daughter, and Mrs. Roy Hamilton and McMurray. Duke General Store, Ohio ..... Mrs. Howard Sanders, Mr. M r. and Mrs. Murray July 25, 1973: Paulett County Farm Bureau and Those visiting with the Sanders and Holly this Mitchell of Owensboro Woolen, Jason Royal, Ernie Green River P.C.A. Farmers this week were week. Sunday. Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer .......... July 26, 1973: from Louisville, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff Muffett, Doris Mrs. Steve Cheek and Johnson and Lovanne and and daughter and Mrs. Gordon Geary, Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Marty had quite a few of Pollie Huff had quite a few Leisure, Lowell Glenn Farmer, Mrs. Lula their children home over the guests Sunday. Birdie Dockery, Farmer and Audrey, Miss weekend. Regina Hamilton, Mrs ...... Women Drivers Training Course Do you drive an automobile very much on the road or in town? If so, you should call and register for our free training program "Women on Wheels." Especially designed by Chrysler Corporation to familiarize women drivers with their cars. You don't have to drive a Chrysler product to benefit from this training. The course will be taught each Tuesday night during the month of August from 6:30 till 8:30 p.m. by our service manager, Mr. Pat Embry, and will cover the following subjects, Engine, Electrical, Fuel and Brakes. All supplies and materials furnished free. Wear your slacks. We still have openings for 14 ladies to sign up. Just call 274-4565. These vacancies will be filled on a first call, first serve basis, so call now. The course will be taught at W.S. Tayior's and Sons Dealership, Highway 231, Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Students Receive WKU Scholarships Five students have been awarded a scholarship to Western Kentucky University beginning with the fall semester. The announcement was made by the Office of University-School Relations at Western, which is in charge of making an- nouncements of academic scholarships awarded by the University. Scholarships to Western are made available to students based upon academic achievement in high school, rank in class, and the recommendation of their high school faculty. Receiving the Big Rivers RECC Scholarships to Western Kentucky University are: Miss Sarah T. Hulse of Lewisport; Miss Katheryn Jean Jones of Route 3, Henderson; Raymond P. Durbin of 1127 Taylor Avenue, Hartford; Roger A. Harpoll of Route 1, Sonora; and Richard Dale Walker of Route 2, Kuttawa. Clara Farmer and Jewell, Miss SherryFarmer Mr. Buck Howard. the weekend with her ..... parents Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Stewart Hines has Bertran Farmer. She is become the new pastor at staying with her grand- Adaburg Baptist Church. parents, Mr. and Mrs. There was around 40 in Grover Farmer of Ford- Sunday School Sunday sville whoarenot very well. morning. Those visiting ..... with us were Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Stewart Marvin Garris, Mr. Buck Hines visited Mrs. Gertrude Howard, Mrs. Mattie Ralph at the Medco Center l Powers, Mr. and Mrs. at Fordsville, Saturday Stenson Park, Mr. Roy afternoon. Baird ...... ..... Mr. Bobby Baughn is Mr. Pollie Huff and slowly improving. Mr. granddaughter were guests Glenn Farmer isn't feeling of Mrs. Clara Farmer and so good. He had some teeth Jewell one day last week. pulled. Mr. Otis Farmer has ..... been feeling very well. has a virus. Steve The C. B. Club of Ford- hurt his arm on an electric svile had a country music fan. Mr. Murray Mitchell is singing and home made ice about the same. cream Saturday night at the ..... Fordsville Park. Mrs. Vanita Loy is leaving ..... August 7 to spend a month l Mr. Buck Howard was with her daughter, Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gary Brown and Mr. Brown. Wade and Mr. and Mrs. They are living in Athens, Willie Patton one day last Greece. Mr. Brown is in the week. U.S. Navy. ..... . .... Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Henry Bishop and daughters Moseley was Sunday af- were afternoon guests ternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lula Farmer and' Mrs. Ezra Ward. Audrey Saturday. Homecoming At New Zion There will be a homecoming at the New Zion Baptist Church in Baizetown August 5. Featured singers will be the Green River Quartet, the Gospel Miracles, and Cindy Hill. New Books At The Library THE INFORMANT, by The Gordons - A novel of suspense and intrigue. INSPECTOR GHOTE TRUSTS THE HEART, by H.RF. Keating Another exciting adventure of the police inspector of Bombay. MAGIC SYMBOLS OF THE WORLD, by Pearl Binder - The author reveals many of the ways in which ordinary people have gurarded themselves against the dangers of tomorrow. MASQUERADE IN VENICE, by Velda Johnston - Venice in the 1880's is charmingly depicted in this entertaining gothic novel. THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO PREPARING BABY FOODS AT HOME, by Sue Castle. Here is the modern easy way to feed your baby and child low-cost, high nutrition, and additive-free meals. Walton's Creek Homecoming There will be a homecoming Sunday, August 5 a the Walton's Creek Baptist Church. Pot luck dinner will be served and the Veteran's Quartet will sing. oss, by R. Harris Smith - The secreet history of 'America's first Central Intelligence Agency. PATCHSADDLE DRIVE, by Cliff Farrell A suspenseful tale of the period after the civil war when the American west was still a challenge to the ingenuity and courage of its early settlers. THE POWER OF PLAY, by Frank and Theresa Caplan Understanding what play means to a child and what the long range effects are is the purpose of this interesting book. RETURN THE IN- NOCENT EARTH, by Wilma Dykeman A leisurely novel of three generations. A family's hard work and trading sense have brought prosperty through an expanding farm- canning business. WHAT'S REALLY IN- VOLVED IN WRITING AND SELLING YOUR BOOK, by Robert Aldeman - The author, a well-known writer, explores the matter of self-discipline plus everything else that goes into writing - from choosing a subject to publishing the completed work. NORTH STAR, by Anne Schroff- Tammy's 16th year is loaded with troubles. How she copes with these teen- age problems makes in- teresting reading for this age group. THIEF HUNT, by William Turner - The search for an ancient deerskin robe and $2,000 taken from the treasury of the Cherokee nation makes for an exciting western novel. THE TREE WHERE MAN WAS BORN. by Peter Matlhiesseu - In this book two celebrated American naturalists join to evoke the African experience. VOGUE GUIDE TO CROCHET From the simplest stitch to the most intricate fine crochet, this is the complete guide that will be welcomed by the expert as well as the beginner. THE BEAR PAW HORSES, by Will Henry - full-length study of the major black poets of the United States from early slavery times to Langston Hughes. BOOKER T. WASH- INGTON, by Louis Harlan - Based on the voluminous Booker T. Washington papers in the Library of Congress, this definitive life-and-times study traces the great Negro educator's climb to fame and power from his lowly beginnings to his celebrated dinner at the White House in 1901. CANCELLED AC- COUNTS, written by Harris Greene - A career officer in the United States Foreign Service has taken the d O.D.E.S.S.A. story and turned it into a fast-paced, novel filled with intrigue, and excitement. Gospel Singing At Equality There will be a gospel singing Saturday night August 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the, Equality Community, Church. Featured singers, will be the Green River Quartet and the Travelers. Everyone is invited. Revival At New Harmony There will be a revival beginning August 6 at the D New Harmony Missionaryl Baptist Church. Evening  services will start at 7:30' p.m. Rev. James Watt, missionary from Pike County will be the evangelist: Everyone is welcome. Lessie Crowe, Hubert Winstead, Henry Lamb, Ader James, Dan Curtis, Howard Elmore, Christine Collins, Nadine Borwn, Harrell Autry, Clifton New New arrivals at the Ohio County Hospital are: July 24, female was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp Route 2 Hartford July 24, female was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Sheffield 424 Monterey Dr. Owensboro, Ky. July 26, a female was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Gossett Route 2 Hartford Shella July 29, McStotte, Raleigh Matthews, July 30, Tichenor, Ruth Cormick, William Sailing, John Josie Davis, R. Earl}. July 27, a to Mr. Miller Union July 27, a to Mr. Goodman Hartford July 28, a to Mr. and Tichenor Route Dam. BuY SUPER PL America's largest selling multi-vitamin mu mineral product! 11 vitamins and E tablet make Super Plenamins a complete balanced diet supplement for your family! OO OO0  OOOOOO# Your Prescription tores --- Spinks Pharmacy B. D. Drugs Hartford - 298-3463 Beaver Dam - 274-3323 THE WIFESAVERS New Philc0 No Frost 2-D00r Refrigerat0r-Freezers 14 cu. $289" 16 C0. ft. *299" 18 cii. ft. $359" $539" 17 cu. ft. $3P 19 cii. ft. 'dr 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sun Licensed Watchmaker Billy Payne Clocks and watches repaired, rings remounted. Visit our watch and jewelry repair department. Union Street- Hartford -- Phone 298-3361 24 Hour Beaver Dam Beaver Dam - 274-3341 TRUCKLOAD Aupst 2- Aapst 11 PHILCO" I10 FROST M.7 , SIDE-BY-SIDE  IAIOo gzo defroltJng doom With Pick-Off et14dv4N; automatic to malw * Cabkt oly 8AVIB MOOIY... miami,'#' I fn ohctdiy mw tim pnom Is tmdls4 at our eaom. Porter-Leach