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'tueQ Ja^ee8 /mlleA quJ3  UIlfi I !qo I "uIsIa 00 : [ udo , J(ep.nle S lq!u qaeo JolJe u.[e I  : 9 l!lun - epuol hIdO Buford Homemakers Met Mrs. Trudy Saltzman entertained the Buford Homemakers Club Oc- tober 21 at her beautiful country home on the Masonville-Habit Road. Mrs. Reginald Utley, president, called the meeting to order. Mrs. James Hamlet gave the devotional. Prayer was led by Mrs. Gilbert Jolly. Roll call was answered by eleven members and four visitors, stating one thing to be thankful for. A very interesting lesson was given by Mrs. Gene Gray on "Tensions and Stresses". A pot luck lunch was served at the noon hour. Mrs. J.T. Taylor had charge of the recreation period. The meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Wallace Blanchard November 18 in Owensboro. Hamlet Family Reunion The Hamlet family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Underhill Jr. on Veatch Road, Owensboro, on Sunday, Oc- tober 19. Approximately 40 family members and friends were in at- tendance. The reunion site was changed from Legion Park due to bad weather. Those attending came from Indiana and Kentucky. The oldest member present was Mr. E.H. Hamlet. The youngest was the five month old granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Driskill of Evansville. Those attending voted to have the reunion annually on the first Sunday in June at the park. A nice day was enjoyed by all present. Halloween Extravaganza COL. JIM BLINCOE WRITE-IN CANDIDATE FOR LT. GOVERNOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY SINGING Announces A Big Halloween Night Bash 31 beginning at 7:00 p.m. to ??? At The Owensro Sportscenter , SANTA CLAUS (Yes, Santa at Halloween) , BALLOONS & CANDY FOR THE KIDDIES ADMISSION: - '1.00 kids you can haul FREE!!! . COUNTRY MUSIC BAND . WELL KNOWN CLOWN . COSTUME JUDGING . SELECTED CARTOONS . JOHN WAYNE MOVIE (His very first!! rand Opening THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10r McGregor Glove & OCTOBER 30, 31 Tennis Racket and NOVEMBER 1 GYM SHORTS s2- First 50 people in the store on Thursday will recieve sports posters WINDBREAKERS s1400 Refreshments Will Be TENNIS RACKETS Served '17" & Up EQUIPMENT CLOSE OUT ON ALL EQUIPM / ,, !/ RT: *3 00 & Up HOME OF THE VERSE ALL.STAR 6 Different NFL FOOTBALL $6" I0 COUNTY FOOTBALL s2so LARGE SELECTION OF BASKETBALL, FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL EQUIPMENT The Sports Center EMBRY VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER - BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 30, 1975, SECTION 1 Ha. ord News Bartlett Hoovers Had 13 Several Weekend Guests Angilia Gall Stewart will be two years old on October 30. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony V. Stewart. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Renfrow and Mr. James A. Stewart. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Daugherty. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Hoover, Route 1, Olaton, were Robert and Pare Golder of Hammond, Indiana. Mrs. Colder is the granddaughter of the Hoovers. Other recent guests of the Hoovers were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rusnak of Crown Point, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee of Gary, Indiana, Mr. Roscoe Sheroan of Merced, California, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lee, Mr. Jim Lee and Diana Lee, all of Evansville, Indiana. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Arthur Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Embry, Eddie and Patti of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dortch. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gains have beth been on the sick list but are slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mark Im'RODUING k NEW KICK FOR KICK'N GO. Fun. Now youngsters can have the fun and excitement of their own special movement-- new Kick 'IN Go" Watch the smiles once they start riding. And the fun lasts [or hours Ea,y. Just a backward kick with either fool on the pedal and off Kick 'N Go goes Lean to turn It's actually good exercise for a ! youngster and helps improve coordination Sa|e. Kick 'N Go comes with its own handy hand brake Just lueeze and slop. The three wheels give excellent balance And the speed is a safe one boy-or.girl power, Quiet. One of the nicest things for grown ups about Kick 'N Go Is the lack of noise. The rubber tires roll silently on paved surfaces. Laughter and shouting, however, will probabl; be heard. Delndable. Another good thing about Kick 'N Go is the company ehind it- Honda So you can be sure of excellent design, ruJed onstmction and ready availability of parts. Kick 'N Go is a beautifully constructed fun machine for the kids-from Honda. One/ NOW Taking Lay-a-ways [ // 9095" Fo, oh.i.,.,, I /' '' IpF mr'e,P' ph,, deln,erv Hurry! Supply timiled, t //r Ful,um /  . KICK'N GO" .... ..... FROM HONDA .... *'; Manufacturer's suggested relad p:hce, prices vary by reg/ton Check your local Horla dl.,db.r c 1975 Amgllcin Horld4 Mololr Co+ tn NOW TAKING LAY-A-WAYS ON ALL BIKES, NEW AND USED, FOR CHRISTMAS. ALL HONDA BIKES PURCHASED NOW WILL HAVE 3-MONTHS EXTENDED WARRANTY OWENSBORO HONDA HARLEY-DAVIDSON \\; x,,.:>,, FulCrum  Relum iw,n 9 .% __, .,. / -s, D ........ ,'b,-"V .N 711 W. 1st Street Phone 926-4014 I I I Repossessed 12x64, 3 bedrooms, all electric, wall to wall carpeting, good appliances, set up, delivery, very small deposit and assume payments of q03 per month. Repossessed 12x60, 2 bedrooms, spacious kitchen, real good condi- tion, small deposit, assume loan, approximately ;95 a month. Used 1969, 12' wide Galahad, 2 bedrooms, spacious living room, like new, complete set up and delivery, 3,495. 10x50 New Moon, 3 bedrooms, air conditioned, washer,, perfect condition, 3,595, complete set up and delivery. 12x50 Lancelot, front kitchen, 2 bedrooms, fumished, real good condition, $3,895, complete set up and delivery. lOx50, 2 bedrooms, front kitchen, wall to wall carpeting, new hot water heater, was 2,495, now q,995, complete set up and delivery. 8x40, 2 bedrooms, fair condition, was '1,295, now 995. HOME FOLKS MOBILE HOMES Hwy. 60 East-Owensboro (across from King's)-926-3352 and Sara were weekend guests of Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Eva Harris, of Bedford, Indiana. Mrs. Baker also visited. Mrs. Lois Schneider of Tell City, Indiana, Mrs. Martha Dunn of Hawesville and Mrs. Mary Castello of Owensboro were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tichenor. Mr. W.D. Gentry Jr. of Hopkinsville was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Gentry Sr. um Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bryant and baby were guests at Mrs. Cliffie Bryant's birthday dinner October 19. Sorry this was omitted last week. Saturday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Heflin, Centertown, were Mr. and Mrs. Volney Barnes. Sunday afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hill of Cookville, Tennessee, Mrs. Opal Maddox, Mrs. Mary K. Maddox and Mrs. Sophia BoRon of Centertown, and Miss Vale Rhea Maddox of Bowling Green. Congratulations to Jesse Daniel who was 82 on October 27, Mrs. M.T. Liles who was 53 on October 27, and Mrs. Thelma Downs who was 78 on October 26. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepler and grandson Gary were dinner guests of Mrs. Downs. May they all have many more birthdays. Miss Verna Patton met Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chinn and children at the airport in Louisville Thursday. The Chinns were called home due to the death of Mrs. Chinn's father, James A. Duke, who died Wednesday at a Madisonville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Liles of Owensboro were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.T. Liles. A weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hoover was their daughter, Jean Fields, of Princeton. She also called on Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Bartlett. Mr. R. N. Rowan was a guest Sunday of Mr. Rudolph McWhitten of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Lindiey Bennett were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ashley, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Johnny Voyles, Mrs. William Smith, and Mrs. Nanette Smith, all of Gas City, Indiana were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kell Carson and Mrs. Flora Stewart over the weekend. They had been sightseeing in the Smoky Mountains and other places in Ten- nessee. Mr. and Mrs. John Kuegel of Owensboro were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kuegel's parents, Mr. and Mrs O.T. Wallace, Walker Street. Mrs. Verna Tyro of Greenville was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reathel Bartlett. Mrs. Bill Bryant received word Sunday that her son-in-law, Charles Scova, is in St. Mary's Hospital in Louisville for treatment. Lena Calloway is still a patient at a Madisonville hospital. Her condition is unchanged. The three day revival at Hartford Second Baptist Church was well at- tended with wonderful services and testimonies. There were 69 in Sunday School Sunday, with a goal of 100 for November 2. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rowan were weekend guests of their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Teague and Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Rowan, Gary, Indiana. One of their granddaughters was in the hospital for a ton- sillectomy. To report Hartford personals, contact Mrs. Jesse Daniel, 29-3317. Personals Mrs. Percy H. Landrum, of Hart- ford, returned home early Friday, October 17, from Mill Valley, California, where she spent two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. Allen Sch- wartz, Mr. Schwartz, and sons, Sam and Zach. Miss Donna VanFleet, a student at he University of Kentucky, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James VanFleet, Highway 231 north, Hartford'. Mr. and Mrs. Donny Hutchinson also visited them over the weekend.