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Beaver Dam Baptists Plan Dedication Dr. James L. Sullivan, pastor of the Beaver Dam Executive Secretary Baptist Church from 1933- !i!iii!i Treasurer of the Southern 1938. iiiiiili Baptist Sunday School After leaving Beaver !iiiii!i Board will speak Sunday Dam in 1938, he served i!iiiiii morning at the 10:30 am. churches in Tennessee, !iiii!ii Worship Service of the Mississippi, and Texas. He i:i:i:!: BeaverDam Baptist Church left the First Baptist !i!!iiii and again at 2:30 p.m. at a Church, Abilene Texas, to :':':':" :.:.;." special service to dedicate assume his current position the new facilities, with the Sunday School Dr. Sullivan served as Board in 1953. Head Start program in Ohio County, the enrollees receive full medical Screening tests for vision, hearing, tuberculosis, anemia and kidney are performed by Miss Beverly Leach, public health nurse of the Ohio Health Department. Afterwards, medical examinations are performed by Allen, MD, pictured here with Head Start pupils Fount Brooks and Alan Coated Metallics New Plant Manager L. Hitchel, a Centre College, Danville, Ohio County, has joined Nestaway-Coated to fill the Metallic Products duritg position of the company's first full year Nestaway- of operation (1967) and Products, advanced to the position of general foreman in July, 1]. Thacker, vice 1969. He held this position t and general until his promotion to of Nestaway production superintendant Bliss & Laughlin in November, 1972. Cleveland, Ohio, Jerry and Sue Hitchel the new ap- reside in Cromwell, with which became their three sons, Ben, Joe November 16, 1973. and Ted. a graduate of R enew as Open House Your December 2 12.s p.m. Subscription Florist Ky. Now! Jerry Hitchel Goshen Homemakers' November Meeting The Goshen Homemakers held their second Wed- nesday of the month meeting November 12 at the new Kentucky Utilities building with about 30 at- tending. The hostesses, Mesdames R.P. Brown, Carl Brown, and Raymond Brown used the Thanksgiving :motif as, their theme. iThe president, Mrs. R.P. Brown opened the meeting with a welcome to club members and two new members, Mrs. Kenneth Kane and Mrs. Gus Talameo. i Mrs. Carlton Daniel ihad the devotional with the thought "Thanksgiving is living". :The business session was presided over by the president and the secretary Mrs. Joe Scoggins. Minutes were read and the treasurer's report was given. In answer to roll call each gave their most treasured blessing at this Thanksgiving season. The ways and means committee reported on the election day card and stationary sale and ex- pressed thanks to the club for the support they gave. The club will have a work day November 28 at the At W.S. Taylor &sons Chrysler- Plymouth Hey_, have we got a Show for you' Goshen Church and December 5th a social trip. The Christmas hostess committee for December 12 at the New Kentucky Utilities building will be Mes. Dwight Kindley, Joe Scoggins, and Sadie Williams. They ask each member to bring an ex- change gift. Mrs. Fred Brown led the recreation program using the thought of Thanksgiving menus in the games. A covered dish lunch was served and social hour was enjoyed. Following the lunch the president called the meeting to order and ask each member to give their reason for joining the homemakers with members response of learning more concerning the home. The lesson of the day was given by Mrs. Ralph Duke and Mrs. Raymond Brown on patchwork and examples of how it was done. The club extends a warm welcome to all people regardless of race, color nation or origin to come and be with them at each meeting. Banquet Reservations .... Needed Now Reservations for the Ohio County Historical Society's Christmas buffet banquet must be made with Mrs. Dorothy Gentry not later than November 29. The banquet will be held Saturday night, December 1 at 7 p.m. at Myers' Restaurant. Tickets for the dinner are $3.25 each. Dean Gray will be in charge of special singing for the banquet. "Busy Bees" Christmas to see t You can in, we'll show Plymouths never seen 'Newly styled Rid-size Satellites, Dusters. We'll show On regular gas. th electronic ignition. Cars great engineering. '74 Plymouth Satellite Sebring-Plus 2-Door Hardtop '74 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan CHRYSLER '74 Plymouth Gold Duster Bazaar A Christmas Bazaar will be held on December 1, 1973 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in the Dan Miller and Associates Insurance Bldg., 228 Main Street, Hartford. Handmade Christmas decorations, ornaments, centerpieces, candles, gifts, door decorations, home- made candy will be sold. The bazaar is sponsored by the Busy Bees Homemakers Club. AUTHORIZED DEALER @ HRYsLER IOTOR8 CORPoRATION PAA FULTON'S W.S. TAYLOR g SONS NORTH MAIN STREET BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 21, 1873 7 :'.:::!:i:i:ib.:!:! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:!:i:i:i::: i:i :i :i:?.i:!:!: i:i:! :::i:i :i !!:':':':':':':':i:':i::ii!i!iiii!iii iiii!ii]!iii:i::".:-:.:.'::'::::":i::.:.:.:.:.:.:,:.....::::::"" "'":""" :::::::::::;:::::.*::.;::;:;:;;;q;` :::.qq: ".'.:. i:i:i:!: !! ,:.:.:.; v .' !::iii!:: i:.:.!ii!i! Sadie Hawkins Day OCHS :..: Pleasant Ridge Card Club Meetings The Pleasant Ridge card club met November 9 at Mrs. Linda Powell's home. Attending were Mrs. Carolyn Whittaker, Mrs. Florence Huff, Mrs. Ruby McKinley, Mrs. Nancy Huff, Mrs. Audrey Chap- man, and Mrs. Linda Powell. Carolyn Whittaker was the winner. The club met Nov. 16 at the home of Mrs. Florence Huff. Kathy Helm, Carolyn Whittaker, Florence Huff, Ruby McKinley, Nancy Huff. Audrey Chapman, and Linda Powell were in at- tendance, and Mrs. Chap- man was the winner. Hunley Expresses Appreciation It is impossible for me to see individually each and everyone who voted or worked for me, or contributed to my campaign. Therefore I take this means to thank you sincerely for everything. I especially appreciate the way you so cordially received me in your homes. My opponent was the outstanding young Republican in the U.S.A., with approximately a 1,900 registered majority. I was very gratifying to me" that, according to the voting machines, only three more of you would rather have him than me as your judge. I pledge my full support to any legitimate and progressive programs coming from the judge's office in the next term. Again I deeply appreciate your support. Sincerely, Porter Hunley