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November 10, 1966

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Unfolding Job Opportunities The Navy Recruiter at 0wensboro, Ky., has a new list of job opportunities available for Ex-Navy men of certain skills. This is due to the expanding de- mands of the Navy and op- enings of new fields of training within the Navy. If you have had Naval Ex- periences in any one of these skills you should con- tact your Navy Recruiter at once to take advantage of the possibility of re- turning to service in the Navy at your old rating with the possibility of more training and advancement. As service in the Navy of- fers unlimited training and advancement along with se- curity for job and family, it is important to your- Self tend your frnily that you contact your local Navy Recruitin Offic r once. The Navy needs the ex- perience and s.kill obtained by ex-members of the Armed Forces. You may be eligible for training and or higher pay grade than you previously held in the U. S. Navy. The expanding, highly skilled, job oppor- tunities within the Navy of- fers unlimited range for those who can qualify. Men with previous service in the Navy, Army, Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard should contact the Navy Recruiter at Owens- boro, Ky., for more de- tails on this security. Additional Personals Pvt. Donald R. Cox is home on a 14-day leave after completing his basic training at Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. Pvt. Cox was pro- moted to pfc. at Com- mencement Exercises at Sodoski Field House, Fort Knox, November 4. Those attending the exercises were Mr. and Mrs. Hil- ary Hurst, Mrs. E. B. Moore, and Pfc. Cox's wife, Pat Cox. *** Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson of Hartford were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown and Mrs. Alien Brown and Sammy, all of Cave City. Pvt. Leon Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Moore ................................................................................ is home on a 14-day leave ....... after completing basic training at Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. He will be stationed at Fort Monroe, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sa- wers of Owensboro spent Sunday with her sister-in- law, Mrs. Weston Everly and Mr. Everly. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Francis and family of Hammond, Indiana visited over the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blanchard and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Porter, of McHenry. The 1966.67 Georptown Collep Basketbag Squad o,,o T, Your Piclure hwsp#r HARTFORD KENTUCKY NOVEMBER lO, 1956 3 All Kinds STOP IN of Used AND SAVE Cars,Too! lVe'reloadedwithclean late models taken in trade on the '67 Cheverolets, Buicks, & Oldsmobiles The players shown are as follows: Bottom row left to right- Bill Duckworth, Gary Vories, Alvin Tuttle, Nick Kennedy, Scottie Edwards, Larry Leach. Second row - Howard Mullendore, Tom Salyers, Larry Ban- field, Tom Trlpman, Willie Day, James Reid (Ohio County), Dwaine Bruce. Third row - Larry Moody, Jerry Bradlev (Ohio County). Phil Smith, Leonard Myers, Jerry Osborne, Ron Bruce. Tae Tigers wtll play an exhibition antra-squad game Saturday night, November 12, in connect.ton with the Ohio County Basketball Jamboree in which the grade schools serving OCHS and the OCHS Eagles will par- tictpate in a full night of basketball starting at 5:45 P.M. This even is sponsored by the Ohio County Athletic Boosters Club and the proceeds will be used to boost the County Football Program. These Tigers had a 27-3 won-lost record last season. OPPORTUNITY DAYS School of Practical Nur-dren. The Blanchardsalso ees, was home from Thurs- visited another son and his At Tichenor Chev OLD_S & Buick 0., until Sunday. While family in Texas, Mr. and here she worked In the of- Mrs. Elbert Blanchard and W W rice of Dr. Charles L. boys. Price, REGULAR LOW PRICES CUT AND CUT DEEP "'" ------'--- Mr. and Mrs. Sercie "ELECTROLUX" James, Beaver Dam, left Tuesday to visit his sis- For New Machinery, Check Our Deal On One OF These Winterized Specials **" =**. M,. = Mrs. Billy Hale and chil- Demonstrations, Every Car Has Been Priced To Sell do. of Pontiac, Illinois. *'* Maintenance, & Miss Ann Price, a sen- 1966 Impala i 1966 Impala Super SpoR8, 4 pe Transmission, Power String, 8000 Miles. 1964 Impala $1695 1964 Impala Sport Coupe, V8 En- gine, Stick Shift. It's a bargain at 1963 Impala $795 1963 Impala Super Sport Conver- tible, 4 Speed Transmission, V8 1 Engine. Check this one at __ 49 5 1963 Monza 1963 Monza Coupe, 4 Speed nd Bucket Seats. Nice for a second car. 1965 XL 500 1965 Ford XL500 2 Door Hard "lop, Automatic and PowerSteerlng.VerYLow Miles. = $2395 1965 Impala  1.965 Impala 4 Door Sedin, V8 En-,  gtiae,owner, Powergllde Transmlssion. One "Low Miles. $2195 1964 Biscayne 1964 Biscayne 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, $1195 Standard Shift, 4 to choose from. 1963 Biscayne 1963 Biscayne 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Standard Shift. This one for econ- omy at 1961 Impala $895 1961 Impala 4 Door Hard Top, V8 Engine, Power Steering, Automatic Transmission. $895 1965 Mustang 1965 Mustang 2 Door Hard Top, 6 Cylinder Engine. Automatic $1795 Transmission. 1964 Fairlane 1964 Ford Falrlane 500 2 Door Hard Top, V8 Engine, Stick Shift, $1495 New Tires. 1962 Fairlane 1962 Ford Falrlane 4 Door, 6 Cy- linder Engine, Automatic Trans- mission. $695 1964 Dynamic 88 1964 Olds Dynamic 88 2 Door Hard $1795 Top, Double Power, Automatic T ransmlsston. 1964 Galaxie lk4 Ford Galaxle 500 4 Door, V8 Engine, Automatic Transmission, One Owner. $1495 1963 F o r d (Station W agon) 1963 Ford Station Wagon, V8 En- gine, Automatic Transmission, Alrconditioned. $109 5 1965 Jetstar 1965 Olds Jetstar 88, 4 Door Hard $ T op. On.b,. o-- .,  o=o.o. 2 3 9 5 TRUCK SPECIALS 1966 Chev 1/2 ton $1795.00 1965 Chev 1/2 ton $1595.00 1964 Chev 1/2 ton $1395.00 1962 Chev 1/2ton $ 995.00 1963 Jeep Pick Up, 4 Wheel Drive $995100 1955 Chev l/2ton $ 250.00 1962 Ford 1/2ton $ 695.00 1959 Ford 1 1/2 ton flat $ 695.00 1952 International I 1/2 ton $ 175.00 Many More To Choose From For A New Or Used Car TICHENOR'S Deals Can't Be "BEAT" Bank Rate Financing Low Down Payments IF'here A Satisfied Customer Is More Important Than A Quick Sale Open Nights Till Eight O'clock C H EVROLET- 0 tl)g mOBI LE- BU tCK Additionl Personals Mr. and Mrs. Alfred *** Blanchard went to Mexico to visit their son and his Mrs. Madeline Finley, a family, Mr. and Mrs. Rod- student at the Glasgow hey Blanchard and chtl- Service Of All Types 298-7035 ior medical student at the University of Louisville Schqol of Medlcine,pent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Price. OHIO COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $15,000 HIGH EARNINGS INSURED SAFETY CUllENT ANNUAL RA1 ASSETS OVER 3 MILLION STRONG RESERVE POSITION DIVIDENDS PAID REGULARLY FUNDS RECEIVED BY THE 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $15, 000 Ohio County Federal Savings & Loan Association Hartford, Kentucky INCORPORATED Phone 2984253 Hartford, Ky. OUR SPECIALTY TRY OUR HOMEMADE SOUP AND CHILl Busterburgers . French Fries Dairy Maid Hartford 298-3448 |,, J Flameless last word (in clothes drying) @ Yes -- the last word in clothes drying is electricity. Because it's as clean as electric light itself. Totally nameless, it just can't make dirt. The result is )'our clothes come out smelling sunshine-fresh. Your whites stay white.., colors hold their color. And, of course, with an electric clothes dryer, you can forget about weather worries.., dry )'our wash indoors the modem nameless way. See an electric clothes dryer at your dealer soon. It's an important part of that total -'L electric living which everybody loves! "Nf  e v; rO (sl. @ N ..o..,/ e i f Buy your electric dryer J NOW! Get an automatic electrlc blanket FREE ! J When your dealer delivers l your new N0-voIt electric [ dryr, he'll .send us the pur- l rhase ,ertificate. We'll mail | you. free CI charge, the | JJanket you selected. Offer |good to KU retail cus- L tamers until Nov. 30, 1966. KENTUCKY u'Ir'ILITIEB COMPANY Five rate reductions since 1962