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!i~ THE OHIO COUNTY Your Picluro Newspaper HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 12, 1967 10 By Judy Rus sell Janice Smith Jim Futrell I! If the first initial shock of your grades for the first six weeks is over, maybe you can now start thinking about more ('er, less grueling) things. Since the first 1,000 stu- FFA - BOYS ON THE GO treasurer, Sandy Johnson; The~dsville officers of reporter, Martha Robinson; the l'~l~re Farmers of Am- and Sgt. of Arms, Bobby Rey- eri~l~lre,/i~ FI attending the 40th nolds. The class adviser is And~l FFA Convention, ()c- Mr. Clayton Ratliff. tober 11-12. The conven- tion is being held at the Mun- icipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri. The officers of Fordsville FFA attending are Larry Muffett, George Kelley, Jim Kelley, Dennie Tierney, Leonard Adkins, and Steve Bridgmon. Along YEA TROJANS Our junior high football team is G-R-E-A-TYT! Con- gratulations, boys, for win- sing those two games last week. Good luck throughout football season! ANNUAL STAFF NEWS The TROJAN annual staff ViewS 9y ;::~-)~ with the boys, the chapter met briefly Thursday, Oc- adviser, Mr. Don McLe- tober 5th. The main purpose :7 more, is attending, of the meeting was to select George Kelley is the sac- the cover for the 1967-68 retary of the North CentralTROJAN and to carry out " ~ Federation of the Kentucky further business with the Future Farmers of America. c o m p a n y representative. Fie is at FordsvllleMiss Shirley Woosley Is the From The Eagle' Beak Hi hheaSenlr annual staffsponsor. primary aim of the Fu- JUNIOR HIGH NEWS ture Farmers Is to empha-The eighth grade classhas I was a guest at a meeting size the development of ag- elected the following officers the other night of some peo- rlcultural leadership, co- to represent them: presld- pie that a lot of us highoperation, and citizenship, ent, PeteArnold;vlcepres- F0rdsville Routs school students didn't even The Inspiring motto of the ldent, Randall Finley; and know existed. The group of organization is: secretary - treasurer, Deb- Cromwell 43 To 0 dents walked into OCHS in the fail of 1965, they and their followers have been people I'm speaking about "Learning to Do are some of the most far Doing to Learn sighted and interesting clt- Learning to Live lzens of the county. They are Living to Serve." working and using their val- FHS SOPttOMORES Team Of The Week FORDSVILLE TROJANS pose for J'[MES photographer as team of the week. They are from left to right in the first row: Coach Ken McClure, Kippy Scott, Ricky Bland, bie Oliver. The eighth grade sponsor is Mr. Larry Farm- er. Monday, October 9. Fords- The sixth grade class of- ville defeated Cromwell for ricers are: president, Mike their 4th victory of the sea- setting traditions. That'sthe uable time for all of us and The sophomore class at Brtdgmon; vice president, son. Rtcky Bland becamethe way it is with a new school, their unselfish devotion to Fordsville High School have Billy Reynolds; secretary, third Trojan to score 3 So it is, that another tra- the youth of our county will elected their class officers. Sharon Robinson; treasurer, touchdowns in one game. dillon will soon be set atbe evident for many yearsto The officers are: president, Kathy Mtdkiff; and class This 7th grade boy rambled OCHS. Friday, October 20, come. Mike Wade; vice president, sponsor, Mrs. Robert Ms- for touchdown runs of 3 the first OCHS football This group calls them- Don Weedman; secretary- gas. yards, 12 yards, and 7yards homecoming game will be selves the Ohio County Ath- staged. Opponents for theletlc Boosters and you pro- Dunde respectively. He totaled 103 yards for the game which was night - North Warren. A bably know of themas"the HJIrtf0rd P.T.A. more than Cromwell's team. homecoming dance wll]fo]-group that raised the money P.T.A. Meet ,o. roo, . ,o.. low the game and will be for our football field". But Ways And Means back, added tWO moretouch- held at the Teen Center. there's quite a bit more to The Dundee PTA met Men- downs and for his individual Tickets for the dance areit than that. besides our day night. Those attending C0nlnlittee Meets elks, became the Trojans currently on sale. Tickets stadium, (which is quite a the evening meeting made leading scorer. for the game will go on bit by itself) there was also and discussed plans and ar- Other scorers fortheTro- sale next week and may befootball equipment to buy, rangements for the ttallow- The Ways and Means Com- Jans included Pat Greer and Oought from members of the the junior-high and grade een Carnival that will be held mitres of the Hartford PTA Gerald Masterson. Reserve senior class. The "Sound school teams to organize and Saturday, October 28th. met at the home of Mrs. fullback, Benny Hall, cele- Five" from Greenville will equip, plus the constant cost The parents and teach- John Snyder on Tuesday tobrated his second half par- play until 1:00 a.m. whenof upkeepandexpansion0fall ers also enjoyed an "Art make plans for the Hallow- tlclpation by averaging six the dance will end. Attire our athletic squads. Just the Show" by the students. Mrs. een Carnival which is sched- yards a carry and adding an for the evening will be stadium made possible the Lucy Magan's third gradeuled for Tuesday, Octoberextra point for the Trojans. "dressy" and boys are re-formation of a track team class won the honor of hay- 31, at the Hartford Junior Game statlsticsweredom- quested to purchase mum and right now plans are us- ing the most parents pre- High School. inated bv the Tro ans in that corsages for their dates, derway for the new field sent for the PTA home roorh Committee members at- "h ...... t ..... ...... P.S.- ~ date for the ev-house which will accommo- cou.nt~!~i:e ~--~g , . t ey x umneu zor 610;~ad~iwgll~ ening includes both the foot- date dressing rooms, show- e w:?w~ iiil:nli~;pRs:::h~n~ ~il~n~aC:~d~lge:l:i0 ball. g me and the dance, ers, coaches' offices, and d R classrooms for our teams : .... gained for the Trojans. Nomindltio011for homecom-and P.E. students. _ .......... , The Trojans played an out- tng queenhavebeen madeby One thing really struck I IIP.U IlflP't PUI I/ fll O_ DIIIPM IM@ |standing all-around game each home room, and the me as I listened to these | ,,v,,.-,u,t o uul. w.y ULUO.y m UUlUn Inu. |with Safety Johnny Haynes, final selecttonwtllfollowln people. No matter what theI W,,,,6 1',, .... u ..... A_ q__J land reservist Roger Oiler the next few days. topic they were discussing, I ff/I II i I U il 1 U RI U II IJ I U Jl A U 5 0 0 [# ar .f | playing their best game in no matter who was speak- I ...... " _. . |defense. The senior class met ing, there was one feeling I Thi I The PlgeAI I Friday Fordsvillewillplay Tuesday with a dlscusslonof that got across to me. They I ' "'" '" ''" ' '""" ]highly rated Horse Branch the formation of an Alumniare doing this for us, the OUR LOT IS LOADED on the Ohio County Eagle Association for OC. Miss youth of Ohio County, and field. Brown also spoke on the they are happy and thrilled NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED ACT, PSAT and other tests to do it. soon to be given at OC. I don't know about you, Freshmen, sophomores, but my hat's off to these ffur pictures will be taken ladies and gentlemen. ednesday, October 18, atFROM THE SIDELINES .... OC. This will be the plcture Advance tickets will soon which will appear In the be on sale for thehomecom- 1967-68 Flighttsopracttce game of October 20. your smiling. The FTA will tJetter hustle and get a meet Wednesday, first per- date for the dance after- led. wards, fellas. Tickets are on Until next week, that's all sale for the dance by the from the Eagle's Beak. Don't cheerleaders, but sorry - forget to get those homecom- no stags. Couples only. ing tickets nowI Tough luck, homely. County Counselors Attend Fall Meet was "The Unidentified -- Identified". Much stress was on vocational education, car- eers, talent, and opportun- ities for students not plan- ning for college. Counselors attending from Ohio County were: Ruth S. Wallace, Beaver Dam and Hartford Elementary; Joe Vance, Fordsville and Horse Branch Elementary; and Dalma Tunks, Ohio County High. The Tenth Annual Fall Conference of Kentucky Per- sonnel and Guidance Assoc- iation met October 4, 5, and 6, 1967 at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky. Approximately 600 guid- ance counselors throughout Kentucky were in attend- ance. The theme of the program ?. YOUR SAVINGS EARN AT "67 Impala $2795 1967 Impala, 2 Door Hard Top, V8 Engine, Radiot Power Glide, Power Steering, 10,000 Actual Miles, New Car Warranty. "65 Impala $1995 1965 Impala, 4 Door Sedan, V8 Engine, Radio, Factory Air Conditioned, Automatic Transmis- sion, Power Steering, Locally Owned. "64 Bel Air $1195 1064 Bel Air, 4 Door, 6 Cylinder Engine, Power Glide Transmission, Priced to Sell. :63 Impala $1295 !963 Impala Super Sports, V8' Engine, Radio, Automatic Shift In Floor, Power Steering, This One's Sharp. 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Phone 298-3253 Highway 231 South Hartford, Kentucky HARTFORD. KENTUCKY ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $15,000 NO MINIMUM BALANCE REQUIRED NO TIME REQUIREMENTS WITHDRAW AS YOU WISH DIVIDENDS PAID TWICE YEARLY FUNDS TO US BY THEIOTH EARN DIVIDENDS FROM THE THERE IS NO BETTER PLACE TO PUT YOUR SAVINGSt SAFETY! A GENEROUS DIVIDEND] Ohio County Federal Savings & Loan Association HARTFORD PHONE 298-7091 Gerald Crowe, Pete A rnold, Dirk Richards, Roger Rhoades, and Joe Ilobbs. In the second row are: Bradley Patton, Benny Hall, Roger Oiler, Mike Masterson, Gerald Mas- terson, John ttaynes, and Pat Greet. FORDSVILLE TROJANS defeated Cromwell 43 - 0 Monday afternoon. Ohio County Quarterback Club Meets The Ohio County Quarter- sack Club met Monday night and focused Its attention on the homecoming game. The group discussed the sale of ~ore-game tickets, and ef- rts to encourage attend- ance to the game which will be October 20. The sale ofthehomecom- Dundee Seventh And Eighth Grades ing tickets will start Satur- day. Tickets may be pur- chased from band members, ball players, and booster members. Ohio Countians are encouraged to come and enjoy the homecoming fes- tivities and cheer the Eagles on to a victory over North Warren. The club also discussed a membership drive, and the need to promote the sport of football in the county. The group recognized the work and contributions made by individuals and organiza- tions in the completion of the football stadium. The club was particularly grateful to the Peabody Coal Company and the Kentucky Utilities Company. DUNDEE STUDENTS PROVE THEIR TALENTS, by the special art exhibit the seventh and eighth grade classes made for the school. The exhibit was set up through the guid- ance of Mrs. Calais Coppage, art instructor for the two classes. Mrs. Coppage is also sponsor of the eighth grade. Mr. Harold Davis is the seventh grade's sponsor. Pictured above is the seventh grade class standing around the art display. Members of the seventh grade class are: Cathy Ayer, Jeff Chinn, Rose Ann Chinn, Ralph Craigp Garnett Doolin, Margaret Farris, Ricky Filback, Danny Gray, Randall Gillim, Harold Hardesty, Kerry Hoover, Gerald Lee, Tommy Lewis, Freddie Myers, Deborah Quis- enberry, Linda Schroader, Nicki Shultz, Marcus Smith, Kathy Talley, Anita Taylor. The Dundee eighth grade is pictured in the bottom TIMES photo. The eighth graders are: Laurel Johnson, David Laws, Marcia Lockhart, Vicki Lyle, Joe McStoots, Leonard Mldkiff, Patricia Miller, Beth Moore, Donovan Pike, Ctnda Porter, Brenda Schroadert Barry Shultz, Steve Smith, Ronnle Smith, Patty Stone, Harold Wallner. I t, Mustangs Defeat Beavers, 12-0 The Hartford Mustangs scored a 12 to 0 victory over Beaver Dam on Satur- day, October 7th, at the Ohio County High School Stadium. The win was the fifth stralght for the undefeated Mustangs and they main- tained their record for hold- ing the opponent scoreless. Terry Moseley made the Fordsville Wins a 30 yard pass by GregCoo- Over McHenry Centertown by a score of ,,, 37 to 0. In their last three Miss Karen Murphy spent per. Cooper made the final touchdown after receiving In two days, the Fords- grid iron endeavors, the Saturday afternoon and night the kick off and running it villa Trojans won two foot- Trojans have scored a total at the home of her brother, for the touchdown, ball games. Tuesday, the of 119 points while holding Mr. William Kenneth Mur- Trojans defeated McHenry their opponents to 14. phy, and Mrs. Murphy, in By Carol Ann Tinsley and the next day the Tro- SUBSCRIBE TODAY ! Owensboro.