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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2002, PAGE 2-C HARTFORD 7th and 8th GRADES 1924: Myrtle Hamlet, Wilahelma Schlemmer, Gwendolyn Martin, Avilla Schultz. Second row, Carolyn Render, Vista Estes, Lucile Schroeter. Sitting on railing at bottom is Joseph Miller and top is Gala Henry. Third row, Byron Kirk, J.C. Casebier, Lula Mae Pirtle, Charlotte Pirtle, Zelma Park. Back row, Roscoe Moorman, Rubye Westerfield, Mrs. S.O. Keown, teacher, Bethel Carden, Pearl Sheffield. A large copy of this old photo can be purchased for 50 at the Times-News office. , (Continued from previous page) Martin, Danny Quisenberry, Patsy Poole, Nancy Westerfield, Ann Hall, Bobby Broyles and the Rev. Phillip A. McAfee. Riverside Market: Fresh Dressed Thanksgiving Turkey 65 lb.; Fresh Dressed Hens 49; Cranberry Sauce, 16 oz. can 22; Picnic Hams 39 lb.; Fryers 58 lb. . Fried Pies For Sale at Myrtle's Diner by the Railroad. 15 each. Mrs. N.S. Barrass enter- mined the November meeting of the Fort Hartford Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution in her lovely home in Beaver Dam Thursday, Novem- ber 13. The hostess was Mrs. Neil Embry. The next meeting will be in the home of Miss Mstie B. Tichenor. Chop Suey and Pit Barbecue at the Hiawatha Inn on Highway 231 between Hartford and Beaver Dam 60 Years Ago. No- vember 13_, 1942 Miss Margaret Marks has accepted a position as book- keeper for Acton Motor Co., and will assume her duties Monday following a two-weeks training period. Mrs. L.L. Daugherty and Mrs. Nina Moseley were host- esses at a handkerchief shower Friday nigth, November 6, at the home of Mrs. Daugherty for Mrs. J. Maxwell Chambers who is moving to Owensboro. Miss Jean Schroader was given a surprise birthday sup- per Saturday night, November 7, by her sisters, Mrs. Lenor Wade and Miss Anna Myrl Schroader, in honor of her fif- teenth birthday. $712.75 of War Stamps, Bonds sold by Beaver Dam stu- dents. Miss Ruth Wallace was hostess to an old fashioned taffy pulling given at her home in Centertown. Present were Martha Ashby, Tony Manks, Emogene Stearsman, Maxine Stearsman, Willi A given at the Smith, Friday, FordsviUe birthday. Eugene IL McHenry, the Army, has the reception Thomas, RTC, ford: Bill in Prairie Temple in young Oakie, Alice Payne in Broadcast; and Maureen Tarzan's New Dam: Gene Burnette in John Howard Jack : :+:. 1928 HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL Bj SKETBALL TEAM: First row, Vancy Schroeter, Lena Ray Sosh, Gala Menry, Artie Snell. Third row, Cova Wilson, Charlotte Pirtle. A large copy of this old photo can be purchased for 50 at the HARTFORD 7th and 8th GRADES 1925: First row, Roscoe Martin, Myrtle Hamlet, Wilahelma Schlemmer, Vista Estes, Charlotte Pirtle, Gwendolyn Martin. Second row,6yronKirk, Avilla Schultz, Lucile Schroeter, Carolyn Render, Zelma Park. Third row, Bethel Carden, Rubye Westerfield, Mrs. S.O. Keown, teacher, Joseph Miller. Fourth row, Gala Henry, Lula Mae Schroader, J.C. Casebier, Pearl Sheffield. A large copy of this old photo can be purchased for 50 at the Times-News offic. Dear Betty, I've decided to bake loaves of d erent quick breads for holiday gifts. Since they'll be presents, I want them to turn out right. Whut do l need to do? Mount Caramel, IlL That a great girl idea for all the people you want to give "a little something" to dur- ing the holidays! Just follow a few simple tips and your quick bread loaves will be present-perfect! ' s Use the size of pan called for in the recipe. To determine the size of your pan, measure it across the top from inside rim to inside rim. Most =By tim way, it's typical for the loaf to have a large lengthwise crack. Dear BeUy, I///re to serve quick breads w/th meals. What are sore fancy spreads I can make to go with them? Live Oak, Fla. loaf pans are 8 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. ' uick breads add wonderful s Mini pans are often measured by ]flavor, color and texture to how much they hold. You can fill holiday meals. To make them a pan with water, then measure the even more festive, try one of these water to figure out the size. These easy spreads. Start with softened are some typical mini-pan sizes and butter or cream cheese and stir in: the baking times for them, sTco seasoning mix and chopped Mini- AmountBaking green chilies or jalape s to add pan of time zest to biscuits or coheal muffms. size batterat 350F Minced garlic, onion powder, 1/3 cup 1/4 cup 15-20 min. ground black pepper and a pinch l/2 cup 1/3 cup 15-20 in. of dried herbs such as basil or 2/3--3/4 cup 1/2 cup 25-35 min. rosemary to perk up popovers or I cup 3/4 cup 35-40 min. biscuits. sOrange marmalade to complement Grease only the bottom of the loaf date nut, cranbe , zucchini or pan for a nicely rounded top and no "ledges on the edges." pumpkin bread. Measure ingredi ts with care for aHoney, ground cinnamon and ' moist, fLrm loaves, a sprinkle of ground cloves to Chop or shred fruits, vegetables or sweeten up popovers, scones and nuts before you make the batter. If muffins. you stop to chop, the batter may get too stiff, After the loaves are cool, wrap them Want more ideas? tightly and store in the fridge for up www.Benycrocker.cora to a week or freeze for up to three months. Questions? 1.888-MK BEF[Y No one have to face brsast cancer alone. 75 Years Ago. No- vember 18, 1927 Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith, Hartford, went to Owensboro Monday. R.R. Riley, cashier of the Citi- zens Bank, was in Louisville on business yesterday. Mrs. GJk. Ralph and Mrs. W' ard Lake, city, spent Sunday with friends of the latter and relatives of the former in Whitesville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore, city, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Moore, of Central Grove. Rev. M.G. Snell, city, is as- sisting Rev. C.C. Daves, pastor of Beaver Dam Baptist Church, in a revival meeting at Taylor Mines. Miss Mary Warren Collins will leave today for Memphis a.m. at the home H.A. Ward, citY- ceremoney Rev. C.S. Baptist church. 100 Mrs. BJ . children Coleman Bozarth, spent pleasantly in week, Miss Sallie attending Sclmol at urday and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ta L Masters the guests J.C. from Friday where she will spend a few days , with friends. Misses Miss Emily Fair Riley at- Maggie Marks rived home Saturday night from Miller were i I Premium ............. : .................. Cast Metal Partial ........ $325 [ .................... $279 per denture Acrylic Partials ... $125 & up I ICustom ................................... Extractions ............ $35 & up | ] ................. $195 per denture Same Day Relines ................ I |Economy Set .......................... . .................. $79 per denture | I .... $225 per set R epa .................. up l (270) 683-6623 or 1-800-477-3470 AL UBON DENTAL CENTER PSC S. Kurtis Wilson, DMD, General Dentist Dawn Harvey, DMD, General Dentist Terri Alley Newton, DMD, General Dentist 610 Carlton Dr., Owensboro, KY 42301 Chicago, where she had been on an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. Emma Fair Thomas, and other relatives and friends. A.I. Nall accompanied Judge John B. Wilson to Calhoun Mon- day on a business trip. Mr. Nall was the guest while there of his cousin, Perry Nall. They re- turned by the way of Owensboro, to Hartford, Wednesday. Miss Marcella Matthews and Emmett Taylor of Bowling Green, were joined in marriage last Saturday morning at 11:30 Hocker's Dam Saturday day. Virgil Cooper, David Miller Mrs. M.J. Jas. T. More; Mary Ellen, and friends in and Smallhouse until Sunday. Miss Effie Sharon, Ten the family of C.P. Nowlin.