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August 28, 1975

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THE OHIO CouNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 28, 1975 17 WE HAVE M r business office formerly located on et, Hartford, has beenmoved near mine, 2 miles north of Olaton. r business office telephone number telephone number will be the 1276-36361 Address Is Box 206, Hartford, Ky. t Hartford Stone Co Inc -,y Quality Limestone Products The Hard Blue Rock You See Around" TRADE DAY Friday and IDEWALK Saturday SALES & Saturday Come in and register on Merchants Lot for s25.00 Gift Certificates to be GIVEN AWAY MANY each day Friday & Saturday BARGAINS HurSton's MAIN ST. HARTFORD, KY. REMNANT AND 1206 TRIPLETT STREET OWENSBORO LOCATED NEXT TO OUR MAIN STORE & CARRY .BRING MEASUREMENTS VINYL SALE 30% TO 60% OFF SIZE VINYL . KITCHEN PATTERNS $16.95 PER CARTON 45-Piece Or 45 Sq. Ft. IN STALL-IT-YOURSELF FLOOR TILE Just pull paper off back. No glue to spread. Reg. Price SI8.95 per carton. SPECIAL PRICE! TWO WEEKS ONLY! IT-YOURsELF CARPET RUBBER BACK SQ. YD. I EVANS & BLACK 00nthony'00 I i! rRIPLIETT TILE & FLOOR COVERINGS, INC. Horse Branch Society Larry Paris Family Moves To Paintsville Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paris, Tim and Shannon have moved to Paintsville, Ky. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Renfrow were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Renfrow and children of Louisville and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yates and children of Rineyville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and son have moved to the Hoover Hill community. Mrs. Doug Camp who has been in the Owensboro-Daviess County Hospital for a week has returned home. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duvall were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wright from Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duvall and children from Madisonville, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Camp, Mr. Hubby Frames, Mr. Pirtle Sandefur and Mr. Park Sanders. Mrs. Alice Hines and Stevie visited Mrs. Alta Hack and girls. Mrs. Joe Nell Renfrow of Louisville visited her Dad, Mr. Louie Sandefur and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duvall visited Mr. and Mrs. Pirtle Sandefur and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sandefur. Mrs. Becky Allen and girls from Louisville and Mrs. Mary Wright from Beaver Dam visited in Horse Branch Sunday. Anyone having news please call me at 274-7965 or drop by. Basket Lunch, Special Singing At Boling Chapel Homecoming The Boling Chapel Church will be having their annual homecoming August 31 with services beginning at 10:00. The new pastor Reverend George Neel will be the morning speaker, followed with a basket lunch on the grounds. Afternoon services will feature the Redemptions and Gospel Seekers from Owensboro. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. DONEOUT With Us Labor Day Or Instead of mom cooking for your picnic, why not call in your order or stop by and pickup everything ready to go. FOLLOW EAGLES' FOOTBALL AT HOME OR AWAY FRIDAYS with Stan Barnett & Jimi Harris WX,,Lm 106.3 STEREO- FM Ohio County's Sports Boosters Trina Ferguson Polly McGrew Trina Ferguson, left, Hargford, and Polly McGrew of Fordsville are among the latest contestants for the Miss Ohio County Beauty Contest to be held Saturday night at 7:30. Larry Bailey, anchorman for Channel 13 in Bowling Green, will emcee the event. Nancy Parker Timbrook will act as mistress of ceremonies. Butz Says No 'Set Aside' Program On Feed Grain Secretary of Agriculture, Earl L. Butz, has announced some provisions of the 1976 Feed Grain Program. There will be no set-aside requirement for the programs. It will be the third consecutive year for the feed grain and wheat programs in which no set-aside was required. Feed grain and wheat producers are not being encouraged to take cropland out of production next year even though this year's corn and This announcement will provide farmers with information they need to make their 1976 crop planting decisions. The programs are designed to provide farmers decision-making freedom to produce for the market- place. Additional program provisions will be announced after the Depart- ment has had an opportunity to review additional 1975 production data. wheat crops are expected to be at record levels; export demands are Donna Van Fleet strong. There will be no conserving base requirement for the duration of the Agriculture and Consumer Protection Enrolls At UK Act of 1973 (through the 1977 crop year). The Secretary announced that effective through the 1977 crop year he will not use his authority to limit feed grain and wheat plantings to a percentage of allotments planted in excess of the base allotment. In 1976, as in the present year, producers may substitute any non- conserving crop (except marketing quota crops) or any conserving crop (including approved volunteer cover) used for hay or for grazing in order to preserve their wheat or feed grain allotments. Miss Donna Van Fleet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Van Fleet, Route 4, Utica left Sunday to enroll as a freshman at the University of Kentucky. She was accompanied to Lexington by her parents. Donna and her mother, Mrs. James Van Fleet just recently returned home from Boston, Mass. Donna was a patient in the Joslin Diabetic Clinic for eleven days. They went by plane from Owensboro. Hopper Reunion In Michigan The Hopper family reunion was held at the home of Lucille Hopper Parm in Sodus, Michigan. The oldest person present was Lucille Parm, 71. The youngest was Bee J. Dunning. The one to come the longest distance was Mrs. Margaret Lois Ashby of Horse Springs, Mo Others present were Mr. John Hopper, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Fogle and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James Tyler and Janie, all of Kokomo, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Snodgrass Jr., Bourbonnias, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Snodgrass and Denese, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Buck all of Marshall, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tuntland, Bradley, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hertz, Kankakee, Ill., Sandra Snodgrass, and Jeff Tucker, both of Marshall, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reynolds, Keith and Craig, Lucille McDaniel, Sodus, Mich., Mrs. Samuel Small and Gamberial, Beaver Dam, Thomas Fogle, Mrs. Sarah Ward, Kenneth and Anthony, Mrs. Pat Hurley and Michelle of Kokomo, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunning ana Bee J., Hammond, Ind., Mr. and Mr:,. Lonnie Whitehead; Mrs. Barbara Farris and Teresa, Mrs. Gloria Miranda and Shelia, Mike Larro, Brenda Reynolds, Dan Burnett, Angie Burnett, Gary Blocker, Margaret Lois Ashby, Barry and Carolyn Whitehead, and Mike and Linda Reynolds. There was a bountiful meal served at noon and everyone had an en- joyable time. DRAWING December 2, 7 P.M. Ohio County Fish & Game WILL BE SELLING TICKETS sI.00 DURING HARTFORD DAYS YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN Philco 25 in. Color TV 100% Solid State Donated by: PORTER-LEACH HARDWARE