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TEN YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 2002
Sarah E. Raikes, former family and consumer sciences instructor at Campbellsville High School, has been named the ACTE/McDonald's National Outstanding Teacher in Community Service by the Association for Career and Technical Education.
Billie Parrish, 70, of Old Greensburg Road in Campbellsville, died on Friday, Jan. 11, 2002, in Louisville.
Gabrielle J. Roberts has been named to the dean's list for the fall 2001 term at Furman University in Greenville, S.C.
Debbie Bryant was named 2002 Miss Eye Institute of Central Kentucky by vote of all EICK employees.
Herbert Thomas "Tom" Clark, 72, of South Clark Road in Campbellsville died on Friday, Jan. 11, 2002, at Taylor County Hospital in Campbellsville after an illness.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 16, 1992
Taylor County avenged a 51-50 Dec. 17 loss to Campbellsville as the Lady Cardinals downed the homestanding Lady Eagles 70-57 on Monday night.
Nicole Cunningham and Cynthia Cunningham, sisters, have both named to the fall dean's list at the University of Louisville.
Shanae Netherland, a 1990 graduate of Campbellsville High School, is the Captain of the 1991-1992 Campbellsville College Tiger Sharks' women's swim team.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 14, 1982
Leo Rios has been vacationing in Miami and Dundee, Fla., visiting friends and family.
Jesse Wood was surprised on her birthday Saturday night at her home in Saloma by some friends who brought a potluck dinner and gifts. Those present were Ruby Carter, Evelyn Sapp, Hortense McMahan, Virginia Heath, Doris Grammer, Peggy Wilcoxson, Ocie Long, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hash, Christie Ballard and Sam and Rita Hash.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 20, 1972
There is a new hospital in the future for Taylor Countians, as members of the Hospital Board announced plans this week to build a new 60-bed hospital.
Friends and family of the Rev. and Mrs. Joe Humble honored them on Sunday, Dec. 19, with a reception for their 25th wedding anniversary in the fellowship hall of Kerr Memorial United Methodist Church in Bowling Green.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 18, 1962
Dr. C.V. Hiestand, 90, Taylor County's "grand old man of medicine," believed to be the state's oldest practicing physician, died on Sunday night at Rosary Hospital following a brief illness.
Sandra Barkley of Campbellsville High School and Carole Diane Netherland of Taylor County High School were named local winners of the 1962 Betty Crocker Search for the American Homemakers of Tomorrow, it was announced this week.
Dr. Michael M. Hall, past Campbellsville mayor and a long-time civic leader, was named Campbellsville Citizen of the Year for 1961 by the Chamber of Commerce.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 17, 1952
Funeral services for the Rev. J.T. Glenn, 78, were Thursday afternoon at the Baptist Church. Two daughters, three sons and a sister survive.
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Furkin and children are spending this week in Bedford visiting Dr. and Mrs. James Hurt.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 15, 1942
Miss Lucille Romine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Romine, was notified last weekend that she has passed a Civil Service examination with a grade of 91.6 percent. She left on Wednesday for Washington, D.C., where she has a position.
As the burley marketing season is nearing its close, sales on Tuesday were the lightest of the season. The average dropped 72 cents per hundred, but an average of $30.55 was reported. Averages in this area were Greensburg, $27.83, Lebanon, $32.55 and Springfield, $30.51.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Jan. 14, 1932
Five new deacons were installed at the Baptist Church last Sunday, J.R. Young, R.G. Dowell, C.V. Bryant, J.I. Caulk and Charles E. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Newcomb and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Morris of Raywick last Sunday.
NINETY YEARS AGO
JAN. 19, 1922
Miss Bettie F. Cowherd and Dr. Frank I. Buckner were united in the bonds of matrimony on last Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. J.L. Piercy performed the ceremony at the home of the bride on West Main Street in the presence of a few relatives and friends.
Miss Elizabeth Durham of Loraine Well, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Russell, for a few days this week.
John T. Newton was the first to make a deposit with Uncle Sam when the local post office opened up as a banking institution on Thursday morning. Many small depositors are becoming interested in the postal savings system and it will probably become quite popular.