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41 an's THE OHIO COUNTY Your Piclure Newspaper 3' 8 14 Junior Lee Shanks, over- weight on tandem axle, lea of guilty, $150, cost 13, paid $163. Otto Rent, no Kentucky cab card in unit, plea o! guilty, $19, cost $18, $9 of fine suspended, paid $28. Wallace Everly Jr., Is- proper registration li- cense, plea of guilty, $10, cost $18, paid $28. M. T. Billingsly, speed- lng, plea of guilty, $I0, cost $18, paid $28. Ivory Smith, disorderly conduct, plea of guilty 910, cost 918, paid $28. Homer Brown, disor- derly conduct, plea of guilty By Mrs. Claude Ford Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ford and Carol and Rita visited Mrs. Ford's sister, Mrs. John Pat Hayden, Mr. Hay- den and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bane of Dyer, Tennessee visited their cousin, Mrs. Lydia Ford, and Mr. Ford. Carol Ford spent Wed- nesday night with Mona Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Phlllip Nance spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nance. will attend Grand Chap- ter this week. Several from here at- tended the sale at Wyman Wllson's farm near Yea- man Saturday. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Whitehead of Central City called on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ford last week. lit** Mrs. Merle Ford and Ja- na spent Friday with Claude Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ford are visiting their daughters and their famil- ies in Louisville this week. $10, cost $18, paid $28. *** *** Johnny McBride, no Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ford, Doug and Pete Ford have operators license, pro- Mrs. Claude Ford, Paul started a new house on duced license. Grant visited Mrs. Ruby 505 north between Mr. Jess Johnny McBride, spe- Porter in the Melborn Me- Ford's and Mrs. Sue eding, plea of guilty$10, mortal Hospital in Evans- Ford's. *** cost $18, fine suspended, ville Friday night. Mrs. lace , pald $18. Porter underwent surgery Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ford P Wtllard Simpson, pub- Monday. She is doing nicely have had their house paint- lic drunk, plea of guilty and expects to go home ed recently, so you see $10, cost $18, paid $28. soon. *** 505 north i.s.perklng up. lie Weedman and Chuck Blmae are pictured with Jeff Danks, first place win- Gent Rose, operating in the twelve year old divisi,m and Partick Hardwsty, eight year old division, while license was suspend- C.J. Ford attended Grand Youth were among six first place winners in the local Punt, Pass and Kick Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Mor- etition held on ()cumber 13. The six boys were awarded their trophy at the ed, plea of guilty $10, cost Lodge In Louisville last ris and Penny werein Lou- $18, paid $28. week. He and Mrs. Ford isville over the weekend to Inlng of the Eagles Football Game October 18. Gent Rose, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10o visit Gobel's brother, cost$18, paid$28. Betty Adams, speeding, Johnny, who had back sur- let H on0rs a s.. E. Ted Menirt , and chilflr n plea of guilty 910, cost $18, gery last week at Nortons a .. .. ,,, McGrcw ano cnimren Bar- ' r ci a d eith of ltc - Jack Monarch, speeding, c irew bars, Sandy, Dianne, Bar- field, Mrs. Doris Jean 918, )1ea suspendedf guilty $3510'of fine,CSt flneFloydSUspended',E. Farmer,paidno$18"cab Memorial Hospital.*** ry, Kathy, and Debbie of Tierce and children Rlta Jim Harder was released birthday dinner was (Haton, son, t'fc. Stephenand Kenney of Leitchfield, paid $25. card in unity, plea of guilty Sunday October 20 in R. McGrew and wife Ter- Melodic Decker of Leitch- Jack Monarch, repre- $19, cost $18, paid $37. from the Ohio County Hos- ,r of S. E. McGrew of rv daughter, l)onna and field, Mr and Mrs James sentlng as one's own on Cecil Ralph, public pttal where he had been a ' " " another operator's license,drunk, plea of guilty $10, patient for more than a on who was celebrat- hu band Stephen E. MorrisMcGrew and children his 79 birthday. The of McHenry, Barry W. Brenda, Jennie, Polly , plea of guilty $10, cost cost $25, $4 of fine sus- week. *** er was iven at the (;earv Mcllenrvl Mr. Bobby, and Betty Coppage $18, paid $28. pended, paid $31. e of his son, James and Mrs. Joe Blair and and grandaughter Latonya Daniel Fulkerson, speed- Betty Simpson, uttering Henry Wallace spent the lag, dismissal, a worthless check, saris- day with Claude Ford one McGrew of Route 1, childrenAnita, Rita, Ter- Lou. David Lee Chlnn, speed- lied complainant, day last week. e. ry, Ricky, Larry, and Dale that attended wereof Bowling Green, Mrs. Surprise Birthday tng lnrestrlctedzone, plea Voneda Probus, contrl- of guilty 910, cost $18, fine buting to the deliquency of Past Matrons And HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 24, ].968 15 D The BLANFORD--Model 2T101C Quallty Portable Color Television /WARff TY Exclusive S-Year Color ~d.l_~_~} Picture .ube Warranty ~tA~C~ Featuring AFC and Instant Play "l.a_ ~ r. 20" Diag. Rectangular Picture (227 sq. in.) Come In To suspended, paid $18. minors, laid over to grand 0 r e r- e a c Supper Honoring Thomas Lon, Jr. noKen- jury. tucky cab card In vehicle, Darren Wayne Ralph, no Patrons To Meet do produced cab card. registration, plea of guilty An ee Our Complete Selection . Tom Schroader Randell Ball, puhlic $10, cost 918, paid 928. drunk, plea of guilty $10, Jerald Thomas Autry , The Past Matrons and Mr. Tom Schroader of cost $25, fine suspended, public drunk, plea of gutlty Past Patrons will meet Sat- Color Sets And Stereos for School Board Member- McHenry was pleasantly pald$25. 910, cost 918, and30days,urday night, October 26 surprised onhls70thbirth- Johnny Tapp, speeding, probated for 1 year, paid at 7:00 p.m. In the Plea- Dnstrict" No. 1 day Saturday, October 5th,plea of guilty $10, cost $28. sane Grove Lodge Hallfor when his daughter, Mrs. $18, paid $28. William Hart, speeding, their regular buslnessme- O Plus Tax Jesse Clark, and Mr. ClarkZora Geary, disorderly plea of guilty 910, cost etlng and potluck supper. I! gave him a surprise birth- day supper. About forty- two guests were present. The feature of the evening was picture making. Ev- eryone had a good time and wished Mr. Schroader many more happy birth- days. I II Hartford, Kentucky conduct , plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid, $28. David Bule, disorderly conduct, plea of guilty 910, cost $18, paid $28. Jessie Cook, improper registration pickup de- livery on Tennessee li- cense, plea of guilty $10, cost $18. pald $28; ' 918, fine suspended, paid Guests Sunday of Mr. and $18. Mrs. Fred Brownwere Mr. Kenneth Simpson, drunk and Mrs. J. R. Thrope of and disorderly, plea of Groose Point Woods, Mich- guilty $10, cost 925 and igan and Mr. andMrs. Con- thirty days in jail, pro- bated 1 year, paid $35. Rex Duncan, drunk and disorderly, plea of guilty $10, cost 925, and 30 days probated 1 year, paid $35. Earl Bryon Smith, s~p,e- eding, plea of guilty $I0, cost $18, paid $28. rad Ttchenor of New Cas- tle, Indiana. The Thropes and the Tlchenors attended the Almuni Banquet at Me- Henry Saturday night. While in the country they also visited other friends and relatives and attended services at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church. We Feature One Extra Year Warranty Telephone BY CRAIG A. HAHN Your Telephone Manager F Highway 231 Beaver Dam WEEDMAN MOTOR COMPANY has com- missioned us to sell the follow ng at ab- solute AHCTI ON on the above date. Company Owned Demonstrators LTD, 4 door sedan, sea foam green, 390 2V 8 cylinder engine, brougham luxury trim, select shift cruise-o-marie, 845 X 15 4 pr. WSW Rayon tires, body side molding, power steering, air con- ditioned, AM radio, tinted glass, remote control LH mirror, HD battery. Galaxie 500 Galaxie 500, 2 door hardtop, formal meadowlark yellow, 390 4V 8 cylinder engine, black accent stripe, all vinyl trim, black vinyl roof, cruise-o-marie, visibility group, electric clock, 84,5 X 15 4 pr. WSW tries, power steering and brakes, air con- ditioned, manual rear antenna, AM/FM stereo radio, dual rear speakers, tinted glass, front seat head- rest, wheel covers. Fairlane 500 Fatrlane 500, 2 door hardtop, fastback, lime gold, 302 2V 8 cylinder engine, bucket seats, cruise-0- marie, 735 X 14 4 pr. WSW tires, AM radio, wheel covers. Fairlane 500 Fairlane 500, 4 door sedan, (3) 302 2V 8 cylinder engine, cruise-o-matte, 735 X 14 4 pr. WSW tires, AM radio, wheel covers. Two with vinyl u}im. One with power steering. Terms: Cash Or Trade Immediate Possession 5 Year- 50,000 Mile Warranty Sale Conducted BY Guffie Morris Phil Embry 274-3333 Chuck Blome 274-3195 OUR LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE NOW has avail- able two very interesting lecture-demonstrations. "THE POWER OF YOUR VOTE" is apresentation discussing political apathy and other reasons for low voter turnout in U.S. elections. Amazing ex- amples of the power of just one vote in an election highlight the talk. THE "Pt(()JECT APOLLO" demonstration shows the step-by-step procedures in sending a man to the moon and his iourney home. Both of these demonstrations are available wttbout charge to clubs, civic groups, schools, churches, and othe u, gantzations by calling your local business office. ~7 PEOPI.E ARE F NN ABOUT SI.EEP. Charles Dickens used to carry ;, com- pass while traveling, to be sure the head of his bed faced north. Sir Winstun ('hurchill / once insisted on twin beds in his hotel room, so he could switch beds when the sheets got wrinkled. And Michelangelo ~" -"'~ slept fully dressed, including boots. You may not have this much trouble sleeping but you will sleep better, if you have a bedside extenskm. Just call our Business Office. , , III ALEXANDER GRAHAM BEI. L PROBABLY WOULDN'T RECOGNIZE most telephones today. They're a far cry from the contraption he invented. But, if you could see ahead a few decades, you might have the samc problem. By the year 2,000, Bell System experts think, you'll be able to dial computers to plan your budget, pay your bills, even figure your income tax. Pic- turephones will let you shop at home---and see the mer- chandise In fact, there may be a lot of surprises in store for you. And for us, too. South Central Bell ;L iii~ ~ :i L ;!!!:~i: :'iII i iii!;I