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OHIO COUNTY'S NEWEST AND LARGEST NEWSPAPER ,:t) DECORA TIONS THE COMBINED EFFORT OF HARTFORD MERCHANTS, HARTFORD JAYCEES, AND KENTUCKY UTILITIES RESULTED IN COLORFUL CHRISTMA DECORATIONS ALONG MAIN STREET !!ii " - H ii:H SINGERS THE MADRIGAL SINGERS PRESENTED A PROGRAM AT THE OHIO COUNTY LIBRARY ON MONDAY NIGHT, APPEARING WERE: (L to R) DING: JANET BURGESS, BRENT FERGUSON, PAT CAMBRON, BRENDA WALLACE, TICHENOR, MARY ANN HEFLIN LEE FLEENER, ROY SHEFFIELD, CLIFTON FUNK, AND LAURA WRIGHT / TOYS FOR TOTS EACh MEMBER OF THE BEAVER DAM WOMAN'S CLUB DONAT- , ED A TOY TO THE "TOYS FOR TOTS" PROJECT HEADED BY MRS. OBERT HERRON (SHOWN AT RIGHT) OTHERS IN THE PICTURE ARE: MISS LUMMIE AYLOR AND THE REVEREND WILLIAM SIMPSON Your Piclure I I I I Volume 3 Number 14 Hartford, Kentucky, December 21, 1967 2 Sections-Z4 Pages Price i0 m,, ,,|, , I I I II I I II II I I I IIIIII p Wesz Joe Mac Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hill of Beaver Dam, is asen- Other survivors include nine sis- ior at Western Kentucky University. Mrs. Dolly Faye Hobdy, 19, wife of ters) Mrs. Lucille Moore of Hobart, He also is a member of the famed Jerry Hobdy, of Centertown) met her Indiana, Mrs. Louise Scott of Echols, Hilltoppers basketball squad, death from a gunshot wound. She died Mrs. Cassie Hoover of California, When the team Journeyed to San at approximately 11 p.m. on Monday. Mrs. Bessie Singleton of Rockport, Francisco to do roundball battle in Ohio County Sheriff Dale Bartlett Indiana, Mrs. Margie Green of Har- the Cable Car Classic, Joe Mac made Is investigating the incident but) up risburg, Illinois, Mrs. Francis Coble the trip. The Hilltoppers came out to press time, would not confirmof Centertown, and Misses Marllyn, second best in the fracas having lost whether or not Mrs. Hobdy s death Jo Ann and Peggy Givens, all of the finals of the tournament to un- was due to an accident, was self McHenry; five brothers, Carl Jr. beaten Santa Clara, 75 to 68. Joe inflicted, or caused by persons un- of Chicago Heights, Illinois)Cecil, Mac also came out on the losing end, known. The only information avail- John, David, and Tony, all at home; having sustained a slight concussion able was that the deceased had died maternal grandparents, Mr. andMrs. that put him in the hospital for a from a gunshop wound. period of twelvehours. We are pleased Mrs. Hobdy, daughter of Carl and to report that Joe Mac was released after the observation at the hospital with no apparent results other than a knot on his noggin. He did not, however, accompany the team to Dallas where the Hill- toppers are scheduled to appear lnthe All-Sports Association Basketball Classic. Joe Mac returned to his home in Beaver Dam. Mac Givens of McHenry, was born on April 6th, 1948. She was a life- long resident of Ohio County. The Hobdy's have three daughters, Kandy Kay, Angels, and Ginger Ann. Ira Phelps of Morgantown. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the chapel of the Cecil Chinn Funeral Home with the Rev. William Holladay, pastor of Centertown Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Cen- tertown Cemetery. THAT'S WHAT THE PROF SAYS ,et About Examinations for State employment are scheduled by the Kentucky De- partment of Personnel on Saturday, January 20, at Owensboro. Applications are available from any State employment service office or from the Department of Frankfort. Completed applications should be forwarded to the Department's Div- Kentuckians dreaming of a white Christmas may be in for a big dis- appointment. The odds are against it, University of Kentucky climatolo- gist Allen B. Elam, Jr. says. Elma, weatherman for the Envir- onmental Science Services Admtn- istration (ESSA) and the State Wea- Iston of Recruitment'and Examina- ther Bureau, adds that the probab- tions, New Capitol Annex Building, ility of "a snowfall of any amount Frankfort, 40601 and be postmarked and/or a snow cover of any depth, no later than January 6. Is about a 20 per cent chance In the A notice announcing the time} and north and east." place of the examination will be A white Christmas in Kentucky mailed to qualified applicants. Is a rare treat, state climatological Complete Information concerning records show. By white Christmas, all examinations, including entrance the UK weatherman means "an Inch rates of pay, minimum qualification or more of white stuff on the ground" . requirements and additional appli- So far, records show a 10 to 30 cations may be obtained from local per cent chance of that amount of Kentucky Employment Service Of- snow cover on December 25 in the flces. state--depending upon the location, Elam says. "In the past 18 years, only five Christmas days have had any significant snow cover." Elam pointed out that all five cases have occurred in the last seven years. In 1960 and 1963, he said, there was an inch or more of snow cover over most of the state. In 1961 and 1962, the snow was limited chiefly to the south and/or southeast portions. In December, 1966, snow fell over most of the state with the exception of the Blue Grass and the northwest sections. "We have been talking about the chances of having a snow cover of some significance- -an inch or more," Elam said. "If we include snowfalls amounting from a few flakes to less than one inch, the chances of snow are much greater." NEW NIGHT MARSHAL oy In FOR BEAVER DAM R. L. Golf, who was recently ap- pointed as night marshal for the City of Beaver Dam, has resigned that position to accept employment with the Ken Coal Company. Goff has agreed to act as relief mar- shal in case he Is needed. The new night marshal, who as- sumed his new duties on Tuesday night, is William P. Goff, 24, bro- ther of the former night marshal. He presently lives at McHenry with his wife and two children. The welcome mat was certainly out for Santa Claus Saturday, De- cember 16, when he made his ap- pearance at the Centertown Christ- mas parade. This annual affair displayed var- Ious floats wtth religious themes, covered wagons, our young military men, the Legion Auxillary's float depicting their theme, "For God and C ountry", the Ohio County High School Band, Centertown and Hartford Junior High School Bands, Karen Murphy, Miss Ohio County, Little Miss Cen- tertown, Sue Ellen Holladay, and last, good old Saint Nick with an abund- ance of goodies, apples, oranges, pep- permint candy canes and bubble gum for all the youngsters and Senior Citizens. After the parade, the band members were served hot chocolate, punch and cookies at City Hall where they also sang Christmas carols. The piano was furnished by the Veterans Quar- tet. The American Legion Welborn Lee Ashby Post 296 began sponsoring the parade and treating the children sev- eral years ago and each year it has grown in size and attendance. The Walton's Creek Homemakers assisted in trimming the Community Christmas tree for this festive oc- caslon. Eddie Whltehouse, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitehouse, Roches- ter Road, Beaver Dam, was struck by a car driven by Donald Gene Lind- say, 27, of Calhoun. The accident occurred on U. S. 231 at the south end of Beaver Dam. Young Whitehouse, who was riding his bicycle a the time of the ac- cident, is in fair condition at the Owensboro - Daviess County Hos- pltal. He sustained injuries about the head and had numerous bruises over his body. Police Chief Lawrence Westerfleld stated that It was raining and already dark at the time of the accident. According to the statement made to Chief Westerfleld by Llndsey, the boy started to cross the road in front FREE SHOW AT THEATRE Mr. Darrell Moseley, local theatre manager, has announced his annual free Christmas show today. There will be only one showing, beginning at 1 p.m. Post Offices wlll observe regular holiday schedules Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, and New Year's Day, Monday, January I. There will be no regular city or rural deliveries or window services on these two holidays, although special delivery service will be available, and mail will be collected from deposit points on holiday schedules. All mail available for regular de- livery will be delivered on Saturday, December 23. No deliveries will be made on Sunday, Christmas Eve Day, except for special delivery mail and parcels containing perishable matter. Most larger post office lobbies will remain open for access to lock boxes and stamp dispensing equipment as well as for deposit of mail. Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brlen urged mailers to avoid last minute deposit of holiday mail and he said that all Chzlstmas mail should be In the postal system now to assure on-time delivery. of him. He said he immediately ap- plied his brakes but it was too late to avoid contact. The impact, ac- cording to Lindsdy, threw young Whitehouse over'the car and onto the concrete roadway. The boy is said to have stated that he did not realize the Llndsey car was as close to him as It was. He thought that he had sufficient time to cross the highway before the car reached him. WILLIAM H, NATCHER NATCHER SPEAKS TO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE According to a spokesman for the Ohio County Chamber of Commerce, ninety persons were in attendance when Congressman William H. Nat- cher addressed that body at their regular dinner meeting on Tuesday night. In his talk, Congressman Natcher stressed the importance of all out support of our armed forces in the Vietnam war. He was particularly critical of persons who publicly ad- vocated the burning of draft cards during demonstrations against the policy of the U. tS'he government in the conduct of Vietnam war.