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¶ ----- Miss Helen Stout. another Mobile X-Ray Unit well known personality, SIT will appear with Wendell on each program. She was YOUR l0 Be In C-,tl The sale of a Ford on Saturday. " ell ram named "Princess of Gos- aump truck for $376 and All malstrates votes y psi Music" in 1966, ann ~ The Mobile Chest X-Ray the authorization to adver- on a motion made concern Wendell Allen of Roslne, named 'Teenage Queen of 0~ I P rk unit from the Divtsion of tize another were among ing the repairs with the popular gospel singer and Gospel Music" in 1964 in Tuberculosis Control, in the item of business con- exception of O'Dell. promoter, will begin his Nashville, Tennessee. -- hbrary cooperation with the Ohio ducted at the regular me- In other business con- ::~ own televlsionprogram or- : Hews The 19th annual Alumni County Health Department, et nhgeO b rl9" truck was dmU:tt:1 bYalththe clinlcC°Urtpro-the er W.L.T.V., Channel 13, ....... Banquet of the Central will conduct a FREE Chest Bowling Green. Tuesday night guests of Park, McHenry, Kentucky X-Ray Clinic in Hartford oldtfto,Ma:nlffejBartlett of gram which is being e." Alien worked as a per- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer was held on Saturday e- on November 1st, from tern U aB F dge pro- stablished in the county former on the station's Wright, Sr. of Iron Moun- vening, October 19, 1968 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon. . . ulkerson was was allowed to use the re- gospel music program fain Road were Mr. BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE at the school building, with Persons eligible for authorized to execute abill om vacated by the navel since It began this type of Wright's sister, Mrs. Thursday, October 24, 275 graduates and guests chest x-rays are those 18 of sales, recruiter. programmimg. Kathleen Maple and son, 1968: Centertown School attending. The graduates years or over; persons Ohio County Court Clerk, The court also authoriz° , Wendell was voted the Ronnle, of Gary, Indiana. 9:30 - 10:20 a.m. , Bank came from Ohio, Virginia, under 18 who have a Pos- Mary Robert, was also au- ed the painting of said of- 'Prince of Gospel Music" *** Community stop ,10:30 - Missouri, Michigan, In- itlve tuberculin skin test;thorized to advertize a 19- flee. lh00 a.m. Porter s garage diana, Illinois and Ten- or a written order by a by the station and itsvlew- Nelda and Kevln Edge 11:05-11:45 a.m. nessee. • 64 International flat bed Several visitors were ers in 1966. visited Lisa and Stephen Friday, October 25, 19- physician; and pregnant d mp truck for sale. Bids present at the court ses- Video taping will begin Houston last Friday. Dr. Randolph Yeager, women ONLY If referred to be opened November 2, sion. o Friday night, October 25, 68: Central Park Scho- history professor st West- by a physician. ~ • ** el 9:00-10:30 a.m., James 1968 at 10:00 a.m. The Beaver Dam mayor Hu ~ and will feature talented Melvyn Evans, sonofMr. Store 10:40-11:00 a.m., E- era Kentucky Univeristy Persons wishing an x- court reserved the right ---'* Gr"er was ..r~senttO gospel singing groups each and Mrs. Jordan Evans, Jr. chols P.O. 11:20-lh40a.m. offered an evening of wit- ray should register in the to reject any and all bids. d~scussthe sarape dumP" i • ty entertainment and num- office of the Health De- 'Mrs. Fostine Duncan, ..... ~.,..~existina In week. Air time is tentative- W of Philpot and Owen Mills, Tuesday , October 29, berous jokes and assured partment before present- ly set for replay on Sun- son of Mr. and Mrs. John 1968: Horse Branch Scho- ze z rnest uuncan, was r~,-, C .... ,,, wi" o° E "" i.~ p.uuL~., o days at 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mill of Whitesvllle, spent el 8:45 - 10:15 a.m., Lan- the alumni that our court- ing themselves for x-ray, appointed by the fiscal ..........J" "n- try is not as sick as some Registration will start court to serve temporary Discussion concerto and possibly 5 p.m. to 5:30 the past weekend wlththelr drum s store 10:20-10:45 try to indicate, promptly at 9:00 a.m. as surplus food distributor the subject continued ann p.m. on a weekday. How- parents and friends. Both a.m., Rosins Store 10:55- The social hour was held ever, Wendell says there boys are in the United 11:25 a.m., HartfordJr. at the same salary. Mrs. the possibility of thecOun° may be a change in this States Army at Fort Knox. High 1:00-1:45 p.m. in the gymnasium. Re- Woman's Clubs Duncan will serve untilher ty having to furnish a doZer freshments of apple cider husbands health improves, and operator was men- Wednesday, October 30, and cookies were served by Work on part of the ne- tioned, ed 1968: Fordsville School Mrs. Cecile StewartMose- T0 Sp0ns0 eded repair to the circuitA committee compos 9:00-1:00 p.m., Fordsvilleley and Mrs. Judy Wester- court room has been au- of Calvin Leisure andCOr° Rest Home 1:10-1:30 p.m., field Harbaugh. In keep- M thorized. The purchase bett Southardwereappolat° Fordsvllle Community h tng with decorations of Federation eeting of two conference tables ed to meet with the Bea: 40-2:00 p.m. Mattlngly's 2:Western style the cider Five Women s Clubs in for the witness room, soap vet Dam City Councl* 15-2:45 p.m., Dundee Com- was served from a keg the county will sponsor a dispencers for the rest Thursday evening at 7:00 munitYThursday,3:00-3:30OctoberP.m.31, 19- wasUSing aag°arddipper'burlap tablecloth,There Federation Meeting at the rooms and painting of the p.m. Further discussion 68: Dundee School 9:00- Hartford Christian Church court room ceiling was au- of the matter will be con- 10:15 p.m., Professional stirrup holding the napktns-on November 25. thorized by the fiscal court tinued at this time. arrangement of fall flowers Mrs. C. C. Lowry, last Care Rest Home-Hartford was the centerpiece. Clar- ll:00-lh25a.m, ence Hopper and his son, year's prestdent of the Ken- Hartford PTA To, ponsor Local Police Officers Steve Hopper, furnishedtucky Federation of Wo- country music during this men's clubs, will be the social hour. guest speaker for the oc- Halloween Carnival Attend Trainin! School The Host Class - 1938 casion hosted by the Beaver were seated on the stage Dam Twentieth Century, Plans are underway for able through Mrs. William which was decorated with Fordsville, Hartford the Annual Halloween Car- Hawkins. The Sock HoP Beaver Dam o I wagon wheels - oil lamps, Younger, Hartford Jr. and nival sponsored by the sponsored by Mrs. AndY Chief Lawrence West- and other Western ar- Hartford Progressive We- Hartford P.T.A. which will Anderson will be from 7: TO IN GOVERNMENT--Practicing Atto:nelr form r Conciliation Commissioner: County Attorney; Common. Wealth Attorney; Veteran. OUTSTANDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS -- As K • n t u c k y' s only Representative on the Appropriations Committee has succ- edKl in obtaining sewer, water, airport, anti-pollution, courthouse, pm facilities, and recreational projects. Has taken the lead in s4 Pmg Locks and Dams, flood control reservoirs, and drainage proJeds in the S :ond District, the Green River Valley. and throughout l m. lucky generally; projects such as Rough River Rnervoir, Nolin River Reservoir and Barren River Reservoir plus 24 other proJ ts either completed or underway. Has played a vital role in all programs pertaining to Soil and Water Cons waflon: research, marketing, Extension Service, school lunch, RE&, health and education. VOTING RECORD--Never missed a Roll Call vote since he becamm Congrmmman. NEW INDUSTRY--Has worked diligently with management and labor to attract and locate new industry in our DistricL O FAITHFUL TO DUTY • ABLE • EXPERIENCED Paid for by Wllllam H. Natcher erfield, assistant chief " rangements. President Jerry Stogglnsand Hart- William P. Watts, Bowling ford assistant chief, AndyGreen, Kentucky welcomed Funk attended a special the group and Maggie D. lawenforcement officers Warren of Nashville, Ten- school on Tuesday. The nessee responded to this school held at Eastern Ken- welcome. She also gave men's Clubs. Following Mrs. Lowry's talk, ,which is set to begin at 7:30 p.m., refreshments will be served. All members of Women's Clubs in the county are in- be held Thursday, October 31. Mrs. John Meyers, chairman for the carnival with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collier, Mrs. Donald Pax- ton, Mrs. Roy Newcom, O0 until 10. Other committee mern° bets and project booths will be as follows: Mrs. McKenzie Ralph, and Mrs. Edna Howell, cake walk~ tucky University, Rich- the name of each graduate vited to attend, co - chairman, and their Mrs. Jimmy Burden ann mend, was for the put- of the 1938 class, their committees have worked Mrs. Hugh Smaltz, For" pose In firearms, arrest, occupation and where they very hard to make this a tune Telling, Fish pond, procedures and etc. Fed- resided. Walter Chapman, successful event, so bringMrs. Hayward Spinks and eral Bureau of Inves- Owensboro, served as the entire family, there will Mrs. Quenton Payton; coke tigatlon officers conductedtoastmaster, be fun aplenty, with the Pitch Mr. and Mrs. oene the training sessions. Music for the occasion ~ spooks and goblins mak~)lg Reid, Novelty stand Mrs. Beaver Dam Police Chief Stokes, Merchants Boot~, was furnlshned by Mrs. their appearance, games Lawrence Westerfield and Frances Meisel Allen, Did you hear about Steve to play and prizes to win Mrs. Bobby Broyles, can Y assistant, Jerry Stoggins, Bowling Green, Mrs. Imo Snodgrass telling the F. a transitor radio will be and cookies, Mrs. RoY left Monday evening to gene Hines and Mrs. Peg- H.A. girls the parts of a raffled. Tickets available Newcom, pie, coffee, ann cold drinks, Mr. and Mrs. attend a special traininggy Shields of McHenry. dress? Or maybe you heard through Mr. and Mrs. Nell Jerry Callier; Hamburger schovl at Richmond, Ken- about Barry Dugan and Cooper. stand, Donna Paxton, pen" tucky. ~ In The door prize - a Randy Kirk trying to dla- The carnival festivities ney Pitch, Mrs. John SAY._" Kentucky Cured Country per a doll, Russell Snod- will begin with a chili sup- der; Dart, Mrs Elizabeto ~Ham- went to Earl Ray grass having to cover a per sponsored by Mrs. Welch; Bean Jar, Debbie ~Martln, Owensboro, Ken button, I wonder how he James Pipes, which will Newcom, Spook HouSe, 'tucky. knew how to do that. May- begin at 5:30 through 7 John Snyder amJJoe Young, In the business session be you heard about John p.m. Tickets are avail- Sno Cone. the alumni voted to start Parker using the process a fund to purchase a new Mrs. Dorothy Mor- stage curtain.. Each grad- risen, R. T. chief techno- uate will be mailed a let- legist at Our Lady of Mercy ter requesting donations Hospital, was chosen pre- for this project. In other sident-elect at the 19th an- business John W. Black- nual convention of Radio- burn, Fordsvllle was e- logic Technologists held at lected President, Mrs. Ed- South Point, Ohio, last we- wina Langford Wade, Hart- ekend, ford, Kentucky, Vice Pre- Mrs. Morrison was grad- sldent and Mrs. Rose C. of elimenatlon to decide which was the pinking shears or Everett Taylor having to sew a button on and not being able to thread the needle. Yeahl That's what the candidates for F. H.A. Sweet Heart had to do. After all the fun and laughter, Steve Snodgrass came out as our new F. eaver Have Fail Beaver Dam Grade Scho- ol will have a fall festi- val on November first in the Grade School gymnas- ium starting at 5:00 p.m. and cartoon showing will also be set up. The annual King and Quez en, Prince and PrinceSS, contest will be held andthe uated from Mount SatntJo- Duke, McHenry, Sec- H.A. Sweetheart. Congrad- Home room mothers have winners crowned. seph Academy and attended Treas. ulatlons Steve, you'll makechosen their booths and Door prizes that have t Brescia College for two The McHenry P.T.A. a great sweetheart, are planning this yearsac-beerf donated will be given years. She is married to served the buffetdinner, tivltles, away during the evening.' manRay E.forMorrtsOn,a pharmaceutlcala sales- Edith [leered we also had formal lni- The first grades will Items donated are: a gt~ ' flattens, after a week of sponsor a candy and white certificate for $15.95, aJ W00slel Informal initiation of hay- elephant sale, the second artex painting, pop corn company, and they have two children. The family lives Chairman Of Third ing to dress like little girls, grade; a pie and coffee popper and gas light. wearing one shoe of one booth, the third; a fish The poster contest wt~ at 306 Warwick Drive. Mrs. Morrison will as- kind and one of another, pond, the fourth; a cake ners will also be narn~L, sume the office of pre- Rosin School Board and last but not least notwalk, the fifth; a countryand the prizes awardeO' stdent in October, 1969. being able to talk to boys. store, sixth; hamburger, Mrs. Paul Johnson, puv[ Serving the society aspre-Mrs. Edith Woosley After all that thenewmem- chili and merchants booth, lic chairman, stated tha~ sident this yea! is James of Roslne was unanimously bers were glad to get theirthe seventh; a wheel of any money made froa~o Osburn, R. T. Ashland, elected chairman of the emblem and colors show- fortune and the eighth the fall festival will I~ Third Region of the Ken- ing float they were a mem- grade; a jail, dart, bas- toward the purchase of WinS Robert Winkler, R.T., tucky School Boards As- ber and wouldn't have to ketball throw and ring tossdew shades on the so u!~ Madisonville, vice presi- dent; Jimmie Johnson, R. soclatlon (KSBA) at a me- go through lnforrrlal inttia- games, side of the school buiia T. Hopkinsville, secre- ingetingGreen.M°nday night in Bowl- rion again. Mr. Alvey Bennett will lng. She also extends an tary-treasurer, and Alvin Mrs. Woosley, chairman The chapter mothers for operate a pop corn stand invitation t-. all to attend. Htltz, R. T. Madlsonvllle,of the Ohio County Board this year were also elected state counsellor to The A- merican Society of Radio- logic Technologists. Technologist attending the state meeting besides Mrs. Morrison were Mrs. Kaye Wethington, R. T., Mrs. Joan Dam, R. T. of Our Lady of Mercy Hos- pital, Mrs. Alilne Pirtie, R. T. and Miss Elizabeth J. Kamuf, R. T. I., em- ployees of Drs. Dixon, Wight, and Baumgarten, M. D., a member of The A- merican College of Radio- logy, also attended the me- eting. The mid-year meeting of The Kentucky Society of Radiologlc Technologists will host the state society's sixth annual seminar. Mrs. Morrtson is the daughter-in-law of Mrs. C. R. Hagerman of Hart- ford. ur Kimberly Daugherty, nine month old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Daughero ty of Centertown was ser- Iously burned October 2. "I he child received third degree burns when she pulled up beside a hot grate. She was pulled away from of Federation, will assume her new office at KSBA's state convention In Louis- ville next March. She is currently serving as vice chairman of the region. As regional chairman, she will represent the 20 school systems in KSBA's Third Region as a member of the state association's 21-member board of di- rectors. In addition to her 10 years on the Ohio County school board, Mrs. Woosley is a member of the United Methodist Church and the Order of theEastern Star. Ohio County Superin- tendent of Schools, J. W. Park was named secretary of the region, and Dr. James E. Carter of the Monroe County school board was chosen regional vice chairman. IIII I • the fire by her oldest sis- ter, Linda when she was heard crying. Klmberly was treated at the emergency room at the Ohio County Hospital and later admitted for surgery. There is a possibility of other skin gratis being re- quired In the near future. The child has been listed In serious condition but is much Improved. at the meeting. They are Mrs. Roy Whitehead, Mrs. Eldon Hoxworth, Mrs. Mar- vin Ferguson, Mrs. Ches- ter Troutman, and Mrs. Glendon Haven. The new members that made highest on a test given on the rituals and chapter by-laws, took over the officers places In the opening and closing rituals. They were: Gretta Hud- son, president; Amy Rat- cliff, vice-president; Bar- bara Hudson, 2nd vice-pre- sident in charge of state degrees; Brenda Adding- ton, 2nd vice-president in charge of chapter degrees; Ruth Ann Braden, 2nd vice- president in charge of jun- ior degrees; Kathy Me- Lure, secretary; Teresa Shrull, Treasurer; Lydon- na Evans, parliamentar- ian; Phylis Royal, re- porter; historian, Joy Ross; co-historian, Wands McKenny; recreation lead- er, PamMcGuyer;pianist, Andrea Hargrave; Honor Roll Chairman, Vickl Lyle; Scholarship chairman, Marylln Burton. You did a good job, girls. CHANGE WITH THE TIMES! HIGH SCORES FOR THE LADIES (LEAGUE PLAY) ARE: Billie Elmore - 182, Kathleen Tlsdale - 177, Beulah Hurst - 176, Lin- da Wade - 174, Becky Ward- 174, (OPEN BOWLING) Rosalie Cowan - 180, LEADING TEAMS OF THE LEAGUES AT OHIO COUN- TY LANES: Monday morn- ing - Beaver Dam Drugs, Monday night - Tie (River- view Pit and Weedman Mo- tors), Tuesday night Tie tors), Tuesday night - Sheffield's Restaurant, Wednesday night - Spinks Pharmacy, Thursday night Tie (Davls Construction and Morgantown), Friday night - Tie (Lucky Strik- ers and Four Wards), HIGH GAME BOWLED IN L~AGUE COMPETITION THIS YEAR : Ladies: Beu- lah Hurst - 225, Men: Don Ferguson - 247. HIGH SERIES IN LEAGUE COMPETITION: Ladles: Diana Brown - 57;G.2wen:" "" Ken Robertson - 61z. in Jerry Wayne johnson, Route 1 McHenry, was ser" iously injured, but refUSed treatment in a one car ac" cldent October 20. The accident secured six miles west of Hartford on the Livermore Road at ap" proximately 10 a.m. Wheen Johnson's vehicle left 2~et road. The 1959 Cheve~,~ struck two mail boxes a~e a concrete culvert befoz coming to a stop. The 59 Chevelet was con" sidered a total loss. State Trooper Futrellln" vestigated the accident. Oventon Hamilton WaS seriously injured In a one car accident near AdabU~g nts October 17. . ,oSt Hamilton apparently ~ heve" control of his 1960 C a let convertible and ran o~ the road, totaling the car. He was admitted to !~¢ i Owensboro-Davless Cou~,1 ty Hospital where he is st~ a patient.