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Early Days for 10-25

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By Marie Cox

 

TEN YEARS AGO

Oct. 24, 2002

Taylor County High School sophomore Shane O'Banion, 15, captured two championships at the Pepsi Kentucky State Motocross Championships at Daniel Boone Motocross Park in London on Sept. 28.

Thomas H. Hazzard of Campbellsville completed a degree at Western Kentucky University in August 2002. He received a Master of Arts in education.

Campbellsville High School graduate Shelley Bower accepted Fort Lewis College's Roy Dalpra and Scott Whiteside Memorial Scholarships for 2002-2003.

Darrell Osborne, 68, of Happy Hills Drive in Campbellsville, died on Saturday, Oct. 12, in Campbellsville.

TWENTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 12, 1992

Rita Goldstein presents Brenda Allen with an award for being named Woman of the Year at the local BPW Club.

Jesse Seaborne, daughter of Teresa Seaborne and Donnie Seaborne, celebrated her third birthday with a party.

Pvt. Bertha M. Smith has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

Pct. Tammy S. Fisher has graduated from the material storage and handling course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va.

THIRTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 21, 1982

Vicki Osborne, 56, of Fairview Drive in Campbellsville, died at 2:55 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, at Jane Todd Crawford Memorial Hospital in Greensburg.

Paul Ennis won the men's 60 and older division of the Green River Lake Road Race.

Mrs. James Morris is a patient at Taylor County Hospital. She was admitted last week.

FORTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 19, 1972

Mr. and Mrs. Arle Mardis, 220 Carnation, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Oct. 18.

Mary Harrison Gilpin of Frankfort visited her mother, Mrs. Lois Gilpin, and sister, Gayle, over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rucker spent last week visiting their sons, Bobby and Raymond Rucker, and families.

FIFTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 18, 1962

Mrs. James Lond and Mrs. R.J. Webb were in Bowling Green over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Coots visited relatives in Scottsville over the weekend.

SIXTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 16, 1952

Commercial water users in Campbellsville will be limited to 15,000 gallons of water per month in an effort to prevent the cut-off of water here and closing of schools and places of businesses.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barnett will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 19, by holding an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. at their home on Elk Horn Road.

Coburn Stanfield, a Brown Swiss breeder of Campbellsville, has recently sold the bull Marjory's Comet to Coy Leathers of Bloomfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Durham were in Hodgenville and Bardstown visiting friends.

NINETY YEARS AGO

Oct. 2, 1922

A black haw tree was the selection for Taylor County made by H. German, the State Botanists, which will be planted by experienced men at the State Capitol in Frankfort on Nov. 13.

Mr. J.W. Kerr spent last week in Liberty on business.

Dr. Eugene Beard of Bradfordsville is the guest of Miss Ethel Moss of this city this week.

Mr. W.W. Floyd of Lebanon spent last week with his sister, Mrs. Walter Hoskins, of this city.

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Oct. 8, 1912

Martha Hiestand entertained at her home on Columbia Avenue this week in honor of her guest, Carrie Goodin of Lebanon.

Mrs. Cary A. White died at her home seven miles north of Campbellsville on Wednesday at the age of 80.

R.B. Wood purchased last Wednesday at Indianapolis an American "Scout" Roadster. He returned home in his new car this week.

James Carroll, a well-known silversmith and gunsmith, of this city died at his home last Wednesday.

Fred Parrott sold his Reading Standard motorcycle to Leonard Feather of Hobson last week.