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,,, dO,, TIMES Your Picture hwspalm HARTFORD, K.NTUCKY, NOVEMBER 10, 1966 Centertown Elementary School Physical Education Students To Perform By Dia4ane Hobbs, Eddy Young, TROJAN CORNER Great Dayl The Seniors received their class rings, last week. They have been showing them to every- one. And why not7 Twelve years of work are in those rings. The Juniors are prepar- ing for the Junior Play. A committee was chosen by their sponsor, Mr. Potts. The committee cho- sen is Larry Muffett, Dar- lene Whistle, Jane Midkiff, Cathy Wroe, and Judy Rus- sell. So Juniors, we&apos;re looking forward to a good play this year. A lot of people enjoyed the rest Thursday caused by the snow, but some don't realize that summer can get pretty hot when you're making up missed days. TROJAN TIDBITS The first basketball game was held last Friday night. The Trojans hosted Clark- son on the home floor, Trojans lost but hope to make it up in the rest of the ames. We need more spirit and confidence on our basket- ball boys. After all, it's not easy to come out on Shirley Seaton I that floor when there is no one supporting you. So Tro- Jan fans, let's show these boys we appreciate them by going to the ball games and cheering for mJr team. Tuesday we were prlvll- edged to have a program presented by Billy Choate of the Bisbee Comedians. Mr. Choate presented songs that have made up the "Soul of America." Special recordings were used as background music. in an interview, Mr. Choate stated that the Bis- bee Show would be on the road again next year; but during the winter season, he has been presenting special programs for the schools. He has been ap- pearing, on an average, at three schools a day. The reasons he gives for presenting these shows are because he has a message for people, needs a winter job, and for financial rea- sons. Everyone thoroughly en- Joyed his program and we would like to express our sincere thanks to Mr. Choate. Top: Stan James. Second row: Terry Hamilton, Nicky Render. Third row: Don Bishop, Tommy James, Al- bert English. Fourth row: Val Addlngton, Kim Ben- nett, Don King, Joe Grader. Top: Donna Hamilton. Second row: Shirley Daugherty, Barbara Daugherty. Third row: Betty Daugherty, Tre- asa Shrull, Carla Bell. The Centertown Elementary School P.E. students who will perform Friday, November 11, at 7 p.m. at the Centertown Gym. A school-wide P.E. program is planned. There will be a small admission charge. OUR GUARDIAN OF FREEDOM.. TH . RMED FORCES ! As we go about our daily routine, the American fighting man defends our freedom.., on distant battlefields, at sea, in the air. Our obligations to him are great, and our pride in his courage and determination is strong. This day, and every day, is a good one to honor and remember him. 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Maybe ),our taste turns to col- lege basketball, Well, per- haps you don't' like bas- ketball but you want to see former Ohio County stars James Reid and Jerry Bradley, Whatever your in- s, you can find some- tmng va enjoy at the Las- ketball Jamboree. Saturday, November 12, at the Ohio County Gym, six basketball games will be played. The first four games will t. grade teams, and they will play ten min- utes each. The 66-67 Eagles will divide .nto two teams and play each other for ten minutes. An antra- squad game by Georgetown College will round out the evening. This full-length game will feature two local boys, James Reid and Jerry Bradley. If you would like to see this great show you can buy your tickets from a foot- ball player or the Quar- terbacks Club. The pro- Ceeds go to the football team. So If you think see- ing six exciting games in one night is worth 50 cents or one dollar, come to the O.C.H.S. Gym on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. hd00y in Ohio County has some proud Eagles. The Latin Club attended the State Convention last Saturday. Ohio County was well re- preented. Miss Mary Hartmy received state his- torian and Miss Teddy Lou Russell was selected edit- or of the TORCH which is the state newspaper. Then Gwen Ranney and Pare Johnson made a poster which won a trophy over all projects and posters. Congratulations group! We're proud of you. The senior class had their meeting on Tuesday. Mr. and Miss Senior are Susan Taylor and Jimmy Boling. Nominations for the class favorites were also made. Ten boys and ten girls were selected to run. Mr. Fo,'sythe talked to us about our senior rings. So if you hear a crying sen- ior, you will understand because the factory making our rings has had a strike and they've been trans- ferred to another factoryl Sorry seniorsl Don't forget the Youth Center, friends. Till next week, Uale (Latin good- bye). Export of U. S. farm pro- ducts set a record $6.7 billinn figure in fiscal 1966. Sue Holladay t NOTICE All 1966 Taxes Will Be Subject 10 A 2% Disc0un! If Paid During The Month Of November, ]he Disceunl Period Will Be From November 1st Through And Including November 30th. Dale Bartlett Sheriff, Ohio County Published as a service bv this newspaper. Is Your Money All Tied Up? 'in case of emergency, can you get your hands on it fast. Would it mean a sacrifice of principal? Do your dollars earn a good return . . . guaranteed? Today, money in the bank is the first line of de- fense for more than eighty million Americans. In- ---------_ 1. U stantly available at par, attractive interest makes a O /J 4F /1 bank account the bluest chip in any portfolio. Wre c ke r Your business is invited, protected and appreciated. Service . THE FARMERS BANK - " Centertown, Kentucky Andy Anderson Cecil P. Taylor President  Cashier WEEDMAN,O00O00 D_rectors COMPANY =oo Stenburg R.T. :Baker Cola ]arnes Andy Anderson Beaver Dam, . Kentucky William I. 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