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INl: UrliO COUNIY 1iNlEt, tl/4HIl'Unu, Ixr.tliublw, /AUtiU,! LO, lllb id 4-H Around Us BY FRED BARKLEY, OHIO COUNTY 4-H AGENT 4-H Fits Any Need Some people have said they didn't want to become involved with 4-H because they didn't wish to be tied down with numerous meetings. Too many meetings over too short a time made 4-H unappealing to them. That's why 4-H has and is changing to meet the wants and needs of various communities over our county and state. This year, for example, some of the 4-H programs will be structured and run within our school system. Others will be run on Saturdays as school clubs, but with special emphasis put on project-type work groups. Still others are clubs set up within a community, meeting at individual homes. Small special project groups such as sewing, knitting or handicraft sometimes meet in the home of an individual leader for guidance and direction. And yet another type of 4-H group is the "special interest" program. When one or a group of individuals can participate in one area for a short, specified length of time. More often than not these are programs aired on Ky. Ed. T. V. and can be followed in the school room or right in the living room at home. So you can see from this that somewhere there is a 4-H activity that should be appealing to just about everyone. You have a choice of whether or not as well as how you can be individual. But regardless of which avenue in 4- H you wish to follow, volunteers to oversee the program, are essential. Without them, even the best of plans and programs cannot become a reality. We would like to see our 4-H program in Ohio County grow and multiply. But we need the help of interested youngsters and parents alike. As we begin the reorganization of new groups and clubs this year, we hope you will want to be included. 4-H can be as big or as little as our people want it to be. Correctly run with adequate enthusiasm, it can be a great learning experience for young and old alike. If you would like more information on how you can become a member or how you can help as a volunteer leader, call the County Extension Office for details. Remember, 4-H cares about everyone, even you! Monty Smaltz, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smaltz, Hartford uses most of his youthful storehouse of strength to hold this large banana squash raised in the garden of his grandfather, Bob Snodgrass. The squash tipped the scales at 23 pounds ..... many pounds better than the average. Reunion Draws Stewart Relatives The children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stewart held their annual reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stewart Sunday August 17. This was also Mr. Stewart's birthday. Those attending were Mrs. Bernice Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Donny Adams and Laura Lee, Mr. Bobby Blanford, Mr. John Cooper, Mrs. Lettie Cooper of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, Leesa, Linda, Denton and Dallas, Mr. Clay Stewart, Mr. David Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haven and Thelma Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Taylor, Mrs. Deborah Everly and Debbie Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Lance Stewart and Jessica, Mr. and Mrs. Zddye Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stewart and James. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Ruby Stewart, Mrs. MaRie Peters, Mrs. Mac Himes, Mrs. Alice Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, Mrs. Charlotte Beck and Stephen and Michael and Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson. WE'VE GOT THEM WANTED -- USED GUNS WESTERN AUTO Bicyclists Exchange Work For Food, Lodging At New Panther New Panther Creek Baptist Church held the first service in its new building August 6. A combined period of worship and work was observed. Participants engaged in completing the building work in time for the Ohio County Baptist Associational Meeting, held at the church, August 8. Paul Hampton and Doug Pauiey, bicyclists from Washington State, stopped by the church to worship and assist the congregation. The boys who were enroute to Virginia helped paint the church and stayed the night in the church building before continuing their journey Thursday. A hearty breakfast was prepared at the church by Mrs. Mary Ratliff. No Creek Notes Mrs. Bishop Attends Services At Hazelwood Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parker and children Janie and Danny of Fayettesville, N. C. are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Delaney. Mr. Commodore Renfrow of Louisville spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward. Mrs. Earl Bishop Sr., spent from Thursday until Sunday with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Earl Bishop, Jr. and son Terry of Louisville. Friday and Saturday they visited with Earl Jr. at Lake Jericho in Smith- field, Ky. He returned home with them for a weeks stay with his family. Mrs. Earl Bishop Sr. and Mrs. Bishop Jr. attended Sunday worship services at the former's home church, Hazelwood Baptist Church. Flowers were displayed on the altar for Cpl. Roger Earl Bishop killed in Vietnam August 25, 1968 and in memory of his grandfather Earl Bishop Sr. who passed away March 10, 1974. Others who visited in the Bishop home were Mrs. Bishop Jr., brother J. C. Cecil, wife and son of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Emerson, Mrs. Florence Cecil, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Pendelton and two daughters, all of Louisville. Mrs Bishop Sr. also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Friday. Mr. Walter Renfrow of Caneyville spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward. Troy, Don and Brad Ward of Maced spent from Saturday until Monday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward and Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young of Beaver Dam entertained with a dinner last Sunday in honor of Mrs Youngs' mother, Mrs. Donna Tatum on her birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Tatum, daughter Mikki, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Usery, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Miller and son Chris of Louisville, Mrs. Alston Tatum, daughter Pam and sons Mark and Patrick of Radcliff, Miss Deanie Tatum and Jeff and Scott Young. Mr. and Mrs. Bill James of Louisville visited his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jodie James of Beaver Dam Friday. His maternal grand- mother, Mrs. Ethel Wilson returned with them for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bob James and family of Louisville. Wendell Allen Attends Fulton Banana Fest Wendell Allen of Roine, Bob Starks and John Carrico of Owensboro were in Fulton, Kentucky to attend the 13th annual International Banana Festival over the weekend. While there they had lunch with the Banana Festival Princess, Miss Sandy Burnett. 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