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THE OHIO COUNTY i n ,., ,,.,,,,., ,,rdsville , , ,0 i. u, )ts -- ~~--------------------- the ,~tford Juni r . The Fordsvllle Chapter Women s C p - ,, ember 23. First prizewill of Future Homemakers of ln~ a Best Decorated Door be ten dollars second America met December 11, Co~ntest,,, for Hartford res- prize, five dollars. ! 1968. ] Devotion was given by 1 Vennle Spaulding on the ~ . "lhe business meeting consisted of discussing the plans for the float we are planning to enter in the I j Christmas Parade at 1 fret Fdg .i Fordsville, We got our"''l~"nSt~ tas trees,~ { i ]V ar plans made and set a date to start work on our mas- terpiece. After our business sea- I ()n Wednesday, uecem: age problems. The dis- sion we had a chance to Scotch Pines Chapter of the Future very interesting one. staff thoughtofthegener- Tanner's Nurserys } ' ii";!!!l!ll,,,,Ih,,lll')';' "' homemakers of America, A program was given by ation gap. They gave us V~. held theirmonmlymeetmg. F. tt. S. Cheerleaders, some very good Ideas on Would YOU Belie The meettng was called to at the P .. h w ! ,.-. , _ ep z ally on Thurs- ten can help to bridge It. order by President, hatny da- It co "" I mile from Hoover Hill | hJo Valley Tire S rvl ]l , y. " ncerneu Christ-Our panel consisted of Mr. reportFuqua': wasThe, rhe secretarYtreasurer,sread and hi, r tna,o,-rnas and Santa Claus and Joe Vance, Mr. Don Cop- 111111 a 'cepted. ............... page, Mrs. Tucker, and a future father, Mr. Gene jmlKwar, t m(.m(.m(.m(mm im(mDr4aK...Im( ., Can Solve Your report was also read and OnTh ........ , - I ( hnstn as ..... ursuay, LJecemoer 131air. This program was aboutaCceptedtlae F'Severalti ..... A ztems[loat. " c.rownea12' Mi-sKs as l~oo-o,~amy.... ruqua"t~asl~et-Was tOprojectemphasize, GoodoUrFamllynationalRe. lip o ud Add S now Now... get through in 11 were discussed t ater, me '-a'" ....... v _ t) u ueen. J ne crowmn latlons Through Communl- 1[ meet,e oWra0 ra r J urne " took place between thecations." roblems? ANY Winter weather v me a f3 II ....... nd team ball,ames Refreshments were r. n. A. meeting was that ,, ~ ,- ,~ " Thos; onPa't~; -aCl~u;"se'l~):" Miss Llnda Brown, Miss i our congregation sang, Month Long ,:.--' ., P ; " !: Becky Rearden, and Miss rocking chorus of Rudolph [ucker:' P:ngee. Bl;2n:nTM Patty Fuqua. Kathy is the Red Nosed , " - , , u Seniorat FordsviIle High Monday, the 16th, our Joe Vance. Eaten Hat-school. C:mgratulations chapter further testedthelr ({)ll field asked the panel mere- Kathyl The seniors are vocal chords by carolingto bers questions about teen-proudl vllle,down the rest home and up and0. C .H.S.the streetsl)0foa |lfFords I Jl~ ! it~ ~ i[~i~ '--~t~--i .----I, 'k ' ( ~B k~ ~_i~ .~~ m~.~" j~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i! Caney'ville 25 Gallons of Gas Free On Any Used Score 97-46 Unbeaten Ohio County romped to Its fifth win of the season by whipping de- fending regional champion Caneyvllle 97-46 at Caney- ville Friday night. Everett Taylor popped in points to lead Coach 2.9 O.,o County five to its easywln. The Eagles jumped off to a 25-15 first period lead, then held the Flash to six points in the second period and eight in the third as they opened up a 64-29 advantage. Glen Wilson paced the losers with ten points Score by quarters: Ohio Co. 25 24 20 28-97 Caneyvllle 15 6 8 17-.46 Scoring: ()hi() County - Taylor 29, Whitehead 12, Henderson 12, Parker 12, Nanney 3, Raymond 6, Shepler 2, White 8, Hazelrigg4,Snod- grass 5, Bennett 4. Daviess County Panthers, 70-51 Caneyville- Wilson I0. Majors 4, Embry 5, Weed= ()his County Eagles scor- ed another victory for the season with a 70-51 basket- bali score over the l)aviess (:ounty Panthers. The wlnning Eagles out- scored Davless County 21-6 tn the second quarter and added 20 and 21 in the final two while tt]e l'antlaers. managed 15 in both of the last periods. Behind tile sharp shooting of Everett Taylor and Gary Raymond, (.)hi() County burned the netting to the tune of 47.6 per cent, con- necting on 30 of 63 field goals. Taylor lead the l:agle scoring with six fielders and four charity tosses for 16 points while Raymond was just one back with 15 counters on seven fr(.)m tlle field and one free throw. Two other Eagles made double figures as James White pumped through fc)ur in each category for 12 markers and John Parker hit five two-pointers t%r 10. man 4, Bratcher 3, Watklns 9, Brown 3, Burns 2, Who- 'rim Taylor and Wilson brey 3, T. Brown 1, Roof Chapman led the Daviess 2., County scoring attack 't3" team game: Ohio which produced (rely 24 (;ounty 50, Caneyville 41. field goals and three from the charity line. Taylor wound up the night with eight from the field and one free toss for 17 to take game honors while Chapman hit seven two-pointers and added the other two Pan- thers gratis shots for 16 markers. The box score: I)AVIESS COUNTY Jones 4 0 3 8 Duncan 1 0 0 2 Fireline 2 0 3 4 Chapman 7 2 4 16 Taylor 8 1 2 17 Faith 1 0 2 2 (;rowe 1 0 0 2 Totals 24 3 14 51 (.)fiR] (;OUNTY Taylor 6 4 1 16 Raymond 7 1 0 15 White 4 4 5 12 Shepler 2 1 0 5 Parker 5 0 0 10 Snodgrass 4 0 0 8 Officials: Goodman and E lmore. Mrs. Robert Render and son of Pekin,Illinois, Major and Mi-s. JewellWhlte of Fort Knox, Mr. L.O. Lace- field, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Winshlp of Peoria, I11- Inols have b~en recent visi- tors in the cbunty due to the illness of their father and grandfather, Mr. V.T. Lacefleld, who is critically ill in the Ohio County Hos- pital. J lazelrlgg 2 0 1 4 Totals 30 10 7 70 Score by quarters: Daviess County 15 6 15 15-51 {)hi() County 8 21 20 21-70 '13" team game: Daviess County, 44-39. Officials: James Mc- Kupper and Jack Hayden. ~anta's on his way with a Ilelghful of merry wishes for you, plus a hearl~" "'Thank you" from us, tool Eel '$ ,. J Trailer Sales, Inc. Highway 231 South Hartford Car Bought During December . Plymouth i i 66 Plymouth, 4 soar 66 Ford Converttble~ sedan, 8 cylinder, au- cruise - o -marie,'352 tom,tic, vinyl roof, V-8, power steering, vinyl Interior, It's Got white top, vinyl Inter- To GoI tot. Nice. Comet '65 r '67 Comet GT, 2 door, '65 Ford, 4 door se- hard top, 390 V-8, 4 dan, 8'cylinder, cruise slued, radio, bucket -o-marie, "radio, tn spats. Ready To Roll. good shape. Save On It. '64 Ford .................. '63 Galaxie '64 Ford Station Wag- '63 Galaxle 500, 4 door on, cruise - o -matte, sedan, V-8 engine, V-8, radio, vlnyl In- cruise=o-marie, pow- terlor, It's Ready. er steering. Nice. '68 Galaxie '65 Chev. '68 Galaxle 500, 2 door '65 Chevrolet Conver- hardtop, power steer- tlble, V-8, automatic, lng and brakes, air, good fires, radio. See demonstrator. This One. , u an ' o I '65 Mustang, 2 door, '65 Dodge, 2 doorhard hard top, V-8, radio, top, V-8, automatic, new tires, vinyl roof, radio. Come Get This Sharp. One. '67 Fairlane '65 uustan! '67 Fatrlane, 2 door, '65 Mustang Fastback, hard top, 390, 4 speed, V-8, 4 speed, radio, solid red. Sharp. good tires. '65 Mustang '65 Mustang Converti- ble, 6 cylinder, radio, WSW tires. '66 01ds. ! '64 Buick, 4 door se- dan, V-8 engine, auto- marie) one owner. ! '66 Oldsmobile, 2 door hard top, V-8, auto- matlc, power steering, one owner, local car. '64 Ford, 2 door hard top, 352 V-8, cruise- o-matlc, radio, WSN tires. '66 Chev. '68 LTD '66 Chevy Pickup '68 Ford LTD, 4 Truck, V-8. In Good door, power steering, power brakes, air, ra- Shape. dlo, demo. '66 GMC Pickup Truck, long wheel base. See This One. '68 Ford Pickup Truck,: Custom Cab, V-8, au- tomatic, ToTone paint. Sharp. 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