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Early Days for 11-1

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TEN YEARS AGO

Oct. 31, 2002

Crisis Relief Center volunteers were recognized last week for their dedication to meeting the basic needs of Taylor Countians.

Golda DeSpain, 85, of McClelland Court in Campbellsville, died Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002, in Lebanon.

Cordie Chappell, 68, of Sunset Drive in Campbellsville, died Thursday, Oct. 24, 2002, in Campbellsville.

Raegan Shae Mardis celebrated her first birthday on Oct. 4 at Campbellsville/Taylor County Fire Department with her family and friends.

Timmy Humphress promoted Campbellsville and Taylor County as part of the "Pride of the Counties" display at this year's Kentucky State Fair.

THIRTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 28, 1982

The Cumberland House is under the new ownership of Sara and Jim Curry. The restaurant is located on East Broadway, across from Elmhurst Plaza.

Stan and Joan C. McKinney announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Calen, on Oct. 25 at Taylor County Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson toured the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville on Friday of last week.

FORTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 26, 1972

Mrs. Bobby Jean Hall and Mr. Michael Bowen were selected Queen and Mr. Teenage Farm Bureau in the 7th District Farm Bureau Contest at Stoner Hall Community College in Somerset on Oct. 16.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hedgespeth spent Oct. 10-17 in Honolulu. The trip was sponsored by Westinghouse.

Mrs. Marilyn Shuffett Altman was named career girl this year for the Taylor County BPW Club.

FIFTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 25, 1962

Further honors were heaped on Taylor County High School's Clem Haskins this week. Complete Sports Magazine placed the 6'4" basketball player on its third high school All-American team.

Fire caused by an exploding furnace caused extensive damage at Lake Village restaurant Tuesday about 1:15 a.m.

Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Gozder spent the weekend at Lure Lodge in Lake Cumberland.

Mrs. Ruby Cave and daughter and Mrs. Minnie Kerr were in Louisville on Friday.

SEVENTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 15, 1942

Messers Sheldon B. Willock, manager of the Economy Soters, and George Monson, manager of the Monson Store, left this week for Cincinnati and other eastern cities to enter the market for their fall and winter stocks.

George Wood left Saturday for Nashville, Tenn., where he will enter Vanderbilt University.

Messers Porter Hord, Bradley Tarter, Johnny Burkholder and Sam Harding spent Friday in Louisville on business.

EIGHTY YEARS AGO

Oct. 6, 1932

The PTA Carnival on Saturday night at Campbellsville High School drew a record crowd of from 1,000 to 1,200 people who brought the school and PTA $400.92 from which expenses were paid.

Urgent call comes this week from the state committee at Frankfort to housewives to save energy tin cans for the scrap tin collection and to begin now.

The third hog that is known to have gone mad and prompted persons to take shots for the prevention of rabies was killed Friday at the home of the Rev. Odis J. Polley.

Mrs. Sadie Dearen visited Mr. and Mr. Delmar Adams in Nicholasville last weekend.