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TEN YEARS AGO
Nov. 28, 2002
For the 10th year, Bethel First Presbyterian Church is hosting its traditional Thanksgiving dinner. About 50 volunteers from all over the community came together to help.
Jerry Marr, 57, of Gowdy Street in Campbellsville, died on Friday, Nov. 22, in Louisville.
Raymond and Exie Burress celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Nov. 15.
Campbellsville University's Lady Tigers moved to 4-0 with a pair of victories in the Berry college classic over the weekend in Rome, Ga.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 25, 1992
Lookers and sellers alike seemed to like what they saw on Monday during the open day of sales for the 1992-1993 burley season. Most of the better quality tobacco sold for $1.84 or $1.85 per pound Monday.
Ashley Brooke Tucker will be flying to Houston, Texas today to begin the 1992 Foley's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Frances Louise Benningfield, 65, of Happy Hill Drive in Campbellsville, died on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1992, at Suburban Hospital in Louisville after an illness.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 29, 1982
Specialist Four Jerome Scott Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Smith of Campbellsville, is a motor transportation operator with B Company, 25th Supply and Transportation Battalion in Hawaii, where he is presently serving a three-year tour with the U.S. Army.
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodin of St. Martinville, La., returned home on Sunday after a week's visit here with their daughter and son-in-law, Suzanne and Ernest Houk, and other relatives.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 16, 1972
At deadline on Monday afternoon, official average figures were only available for one warehouse in the area, that being the Springfield Looseleaf, where tobacco averaged $70.87, up $1.47 over last year's opening day price.
Richard M. Shields has been called by Palestine Baptist Church to be its new pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rafferty of Route 2 announce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda to Sammie Paul Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson of Route 1, Finley.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 22, 1962
Tommy Brown led the Taylor County High School Cardinals to their third win of the season Tuesday night on the TCHS floor as they came from behind in the final period to whip a stubborn Elizabethtown Catholic five by 62 to 54.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Perkins announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Barbara Perkins, to Pfc. Joseph Elders of Brunswick, Ga. The wedding took place in Campbellsville on Monday, Nov. 12.
The Rev. and Mrs. Henry Parrott and daughter Pamela were supper guests on Monday night of Mrs. Gertrude Whitlock and granddaughter Judy Mullins.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 20, 1952
A "Welcome Home" party for the National Guardsmen, who recently returned from Korea, is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 6:30 at the Armory.
Martha Lynn and Johnnie Winfrey of Elizabethtown are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Winfrey.
Miss Betty Bryan of Lexington spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.V. Bryant.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 19, 1942
Campbellsville Red Cross workers are seeking 200 or more women workers to volunteer their services for at least one working period each week to roll bandages for us on the war front.
Mrs. Rouse Eads and Mrs. Lucius Clark gave a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Dick Hiestand on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the home of Mrs. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borders attended the wedding of Miss Mary Lucille Borders and Michael Jerry Kline in St. Louis, Mo., last Saturday.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Nov. 10, 1932
The Roosevelt-Garner ticket carried Taylor County by a majority of 230 votes in the Tuesday election in the only Democratic victory ever recorded here in a presidential election.
Mrs. Hazel Gilbert and Mr. John W. Bryant, both of this city, were united in marriage by the Justice of the Peace, J.H. Chandler.
Lee Maupin of Florida, formerly of this city, sold to Paul Ashbrook, a small lot in the Risen Addition recently.
NINETY YEARS AGO
Nov. 13, 1922
A big log was hauled through Main Street in this city to the Depot last Monday and attracted much attention. The log weighed 23,000 pounds and measured 66 inches in diameter and was 12 feet long.
The Campbellsville Library will open its Lyceum Course on Dec. 4 with the Boston Lyrics, a musical comedy. Proceeds will be used to buy new books for the reading members of the club.