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THE OHIO COUNTY an Your Pictm Newspupw YOUR HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 21, 1967 11 Sen" s Nl vrs o,,o .. rtcenlnn' - uurarv PVt. Darrell Howard } I CHR TM*S CUSTOMS At Fort Knox ill" sending and receiving the Army Private Darrell R. v" more than three billion Howard is assigned to Com- I :" RIll" If I II W ll / Christmas cards it has tak- party C, 10 Battalion, 5 Bri- I I I I I I I en 20,000 people ln 250 firms gade, at Knox, Ky. inthe to produce this year. But in United States Army training [ :" . I U LJ I some of the mountain areas Center, Armor (USATCA). e# oM the older folks use the traHe will spend the next two k r dlttonal verbal greeting ofmonths learnlng the funds- F ,i I J "Christmas OiftI" This mental skills of the soldier . I cheery greeting is at least in today's modern, action ii4 gi/ II as old as the printed greet- Army--firing live ammuni- id/ II lng card that had its begin- tion under simulated combat "" =ii .. nings in England in 1843 the situations, learning protec- ,, ,, same year that CharlesDlc- tive measures and first-aid ueoree uarnes M077///I]6 kens publ!,s, hed "A Christ- for chemical, biological and .. -. . . ,, OTA SOCIAL mas Carol '. radlological attacks, as well I;ommls. lonBo AS OU NO ]17"/ A German printer intro- as being schooled in the use ................... duced in this country the of modern arms. Christmas card in i875. the Interspaced with constant Second Lieutenant first religious cards were emphasis of proper physical George A. Barnes, son of published inthe 1890'ssome conditioning, diet, rest and Charles T. Barnes of Rt. several years after cartoon- health habits, will be ample 3, Beaver Dam, Ky., has ist Thomas Nast hadchanged opportunity to utilize USA- been commissioned a second the St. Nicholas figure to TCA's many and varied re- lieutenant in the U. S. Air Santa Claus Holly was an creatlonal and religious fa- Force upon graduation from early card decoration and cilities. Officer Training School eventually the Christmas Following the completion (OTS) at LacklandAFB, Tex. O CI,4/2EN ? UT" I N"r-ff415 tree and mistletoe became of basic training, PVT How-The lieutenant, selected n popular greeting card de- ard, who is the son of Mr. for OTS through competitive coratlons. Some superstitl-and Mrs. Cyrille Howard of examination, is being sa- Il e z? ous folks once believed theWhttesville, Ky., will re- signed to Webb AFB, Tex., forecast the rainfall and the eight weeks of either ad- Lieutenant Barnes, a grad- general weather conditions vanced instruction or on-- uate of Beaver Dam High that could be expected the the-job training to qualifySchool, received his B.S. following summer. A mild him in a specialized mill- degree In 1966 from the Un- Christmas day forbade a tary skill, iversity of Kentucky. He is heavy harvest next year but a member of Alpha Gamma -- . . . . wasaS a good season for crOpSsupposed to be a bad EVBrOII McDanie, 8h, fe is married to the for_Enlists In U.S. .... believed in signs had mixed Promoted l0 feelings about the yuletime Bobby Mclntyre weather. A common saying was "A green Christmas Airman First Class makes a fat graveyard". Navy Pl jUSt what speclfic day fore- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McDan- Bobby Earl Mclntyre, son told future conditions arose iel of Horse Branch, has re- of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. from the question of whe- cently been promotedtoAir- McIntyre, Centertown, has ther "Old Christmas" or man First Class, which un- enlisted in the United States "New Christmas" was the der new Air Force regula- ( / official one. The "Old ttons is Sergeant. Sgt. Mc-Navy, according to an an- nouncement made by Petty MI i : i Christmas," was January 6,Daniel has been in the Air Officer Bill Daugherty, Navy while the 'New Christmas" Force less than two years Recruiter who visits Ohio ': I was Dec. 25. and is stationed at TopshamCounty each Wednesday to Although in much of tile Air Force Station, Topsham.accept applications for the " -- country there was ample Maine, in the office of theNavy. supply of cedar and pine the Civil Engineer. The promo- Bobby is now undergoing Christmas Tree was not a tion was effective Decembernine weeks recruit training common symbol in the cabin I. at Great Lakes, Ill. Upon of the pioneers. TheremightSgt. McDaniel is a 1963 by will be granted twoweeks r be a Chrlstmaa tree at the graduate of Horse 13ranch completion of training, Bob- L [ p E Church or the schoolhouse ttlgh School and is attending leave, which he plans to , .3= -' ..... but seldom was one brought evening courses attheUnl- spend with his family and -,,, , ,,,, :,,. % !, " .. .__ill.. .. . ". ...... . Into the house foundbefre thethem versity of Maine extension friends before reporting tONavy needs young men . ': ; " Ii I / a j li! " , 1920's. Verhaps there wasn't in Brunswick. his first permanent duty as- room or there was danger of Sgt. McDaniel was former- signment. 'IX fire or some superstition ly stationed at Kindley Air The L/ kept the green tr ee outside. ForceBase, Bermuda. and women who are high : '".- I) I Children hung their stock- school graduates who can .... ' " ings on the fire place mantle Pvt. Jackie Morris qualify for technical train- ? on Christmas eve and the lng in the many fields of- - next morning Completes fered by the Navy. 'ormore I'1 it j.. candy, raisins, a barlowStUffed with apples, striped information see Bill Daugh- " [ 21 [[ [ knife for a boy, and a home- C00kins Course ()hi(terry Oncount:yhiS regularor calldaY684-in .... "-'-- H made rag doll for a girl. greeting "Christmas Gift)*. Morris, 22, son of Mr. and !i >" k- J IL J memberSme oldthetimerSlate RoseWill O'-'re" MrS.l, BeaverOSCarDam.MrriS'Ky., Routecom. SUBSCRIBE TODAY' Nelll, Ozarks artist and wri- pleted a cooking courseDec. UI -, (" ter. Mlss O,Nelll made ram_ 8 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Me. ous her Kewpie dolls copy During the eight-week righted in 1908. Still be-course, he was trained in 1[ _ "/, x\ /n "-"'---'- -"--" X I. i lng manufactured this yearmeat cutting plus cake and pastry.: ., baking.to prepareLte also the modern prototype In soft iearnod how and materials will gladden the hearts of many youngsters serve food in Army mess on Christmas morning, halls and in the field. -- CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Pvt. Morris's wife, Cath- ,: from the LIBRARY STAFF Ave.,erine'ltammond,lives at 56381nd.Claude, COL I tlM ; Story hour Thursday, De- ;i II J cember 21, at 3 p.m. will feature the stories, Pegasus Hert Brothers and the Star, Gift of the Earth. ]'his is the Christ- In Service l , .---- The Library will beclosed P.F.C. Michael S. tlert iS December 23, 24, 25, and stationed in Hua-lwia, Viet- 'l 26th for a Staff Holiday. Anam with the 572nd Eng. Co. .. m. o v. / be no overdue fines on books Ellis llert is stationed at returned In the Book De- Ft. Lewis. Washington andis pository during this time. awaiting shipment to Viet- nam. tte is with the 239th " __ Welborn Lee Ashby Serv. Co. Attc., ISt Inf. Div. They are sons of Mr. andof Smith- I SSi S Post #296 Has Mrs. Alva C. ttert land, Kentucky, formerly of av Pot LUCk McHenry. Grandparents are oo,,..,.,..,.o,, Supper Mr. and Mrs. MyrtleO. Hert 7he American Legion and and Mrs. Bessie Johnston of Auxiliary of theWelborn LeeMcHenry. ]hey are also Ashby Post ~296 held a pot great-grandsons of Mrs. 'II'NI MONKIW A I THI . a CREO ININDIA, e,o. $AN[P HOOK NOT v,,::a.m, lu'r' r LI HTHOLI'$E ~IV~ YNIM AWAy IF (NIW luck dinner Saturday night at Mary Langley, also of Mc- Ba[IJ',4 BI~ U'SgD "rNl,l~ WAV, ANI~ ,,~I~N~ ,~I~AINIFT ~ tAW I=OR OVl[R i~oy the Holy Season A 2oo-wo oN To worn< 2 CENTURIES;-. A large crowd was in attend- oNY Nt: p ON $1xc.g 1"/64. ance to enjoy the bountiful abound with Peace API TION ;TUPlE ; IN dinner and sing Christmas and Good Will and all A OUN I.OOOA.P. carols. ,,,,,. u .... s,.a.,., ,,.. other Blessings that Marriage ,~__1,,.~-.~/~ combine to make life l Edward Lewis Harris, 27, '................ Joyously Beautiful. Young Mfg. Company, to Mil- dred Elaine Harris, 21. CIVIl. WAR, Freddie Leon Whittaker, UNooN ,,sot. xS 19, Montpelier Glove Co., to wrr. mm.a' Susan Allene Byrd, 17. T, 'r Charles David McKenney, y I gU,'t-IN 19. student, to Kathryn L. [LEC'gE PANG[ W.S. T a o r COFFEE ,, Thienes, 18. RINPS ll James A. Elkins, 35, pub- Sons IA l.UE WEQ II m'E=l ,,, WILI OO "E llclty director, Kentucky OWN'V "V ' 12,OOO Wesleyan College, to Shirley HD coum LOI EII Ml l . RO li:l T 0". ALLK:N I IO,OOO wm:N a 'r ZOL . (kU~O~K, 'r'x~) I TXK A~TION OF tT~ PI~K'~R~. II[eN WOI~KI ~W i over 350 l C. Castlen, 35. Ronald B. McKenney, 23, Y0urFr0zen FoodCentet Beaver Dam factory worker, to Myrna BEAVER DAM ; 74-3397 Doolln, 18 .............