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TEN YEARS AGO
Feb. 20, 2003
Michael "Mike" Bright, long-time fan of Roy Rogers, died on Feb. 5 of cancer. Rogers' son, Dusty, sang at his funeral.
Courtney Winkle, representing the junior class, was crowned the 2003 Campbellsville High Basketball Homecoming Queen last week during halftime of the Eagles' game with Hart County.
Shirley Marie Phillips, 66, of Phillips Lane in Campbellsville, died on Sunday, Feb. 16, 2003, in Campbellsville after a long illness.
Ann Maynard, 56, of Cherokee Drive in Campbellsville, died on Monday, Feb. 17, 2003, in Campbellsville.
Air Guard recently donated $5,000 to Campbellsville Fire Department, helping reach their goal of buying a thermal imaging camera.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 18, 1993
George E. Sapp was a believer in Christian higher education and this love was demonstrated 22 years after his death as $25,519.27 was presented to Campbellsville College on his behalf by a niece, Mary Etta Dudgeon of Campbellsville.
Misty Cable, daughter of Linda and Jimmy Cable, was crowned 1993 Campbellsville Sweetheart on Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. James Livers of Finley will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 21.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 14, 1983
The Rev. J.D. Campbell was 91 years old on Wednesday, Feb. 8 and given special recognition at the Senior Citizens dinner on Feb. 10 during a meeting at Campbellsville Baptist Church.
John Kessler, 20, son of Wayne and Dorothy Kessler, was recently presented with his broker's license after passing a real estate broker's exam.
Latricia Wise will represent Taylor County Schools in the district spelling bee sometimes in March.
Dr. J. Chester Badgett, pastor at Meadowview Baptist Church, will be conducting a revival March 13-20 at Caracas, Venezuela at Bethel Baptist Church where the Rev. Wilburn Hogland, a Southern Baptist missionary to Caracas, is pastor. Bro. Hogland was a former inservice missionary for a year at Campbellsville College.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 15, 1973
Leo Rios, secretary and treasurer of Campbellsville Lion's Club, presented a check for $100 from the club to Turney Harding, president of Campbellsville College Booster Club to promote championship athletics at the college.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winn and sons of Louisville were weekend guests of Mrs. Winn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McGlocklin.
Miss Margaret Jean Phillips, daughter of Billie Phillips of Campbellsville, has been named to the dean's list for the 1972 fall semester at Midway College in Midway.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 21, 1963
The flu is taking its toll this week with absenteeism mounting in schools, at the factory and all about.
Donald W. Jones of Bengal was promoted from 1st Lt. to captain as of Dec. 12, 1962.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wilson and four children of Louisville visited relatives here over the weekend.
Mrs. Luretta Minor Trine, formerly of the Spurlington community in Taylor County, died on Monday morning at 8:40 in Louisville following a long illness.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 19, 1953
Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie S. Graves, 76, were Friday, Feb. 13.
A surprise birthday dinner was given for Mr. Joe Newton at his home on Sunday, Feb. 1.
Miss Betty Atkinson, a student at University of Kentucky, spent the weekend with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.B. Atkinson.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 18, 1943
Mrs. Marshall Lyon left on Friday for a visit to her husband, Marshall, at Newport News, Va., where he is serving with the navy.
Miss Shirley Ann Ellis, the daughter of Mrs. Louise Ellis, gave a Valentine party at her home on Central Avenue last Saturday evening. There were four tables set for Rook and all enjoyed the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Pickett and daughter have moved from Brookside to High Street in the former John Pickett home.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Feb. 6, 1933
A 1,065-pound hog was butchered last Monday by A.J. Arvin of this city, 296 pounds of lard was rendered from the animal and a washing tub of sausage made. The hog was 2 years old when killed. Mr. Arvin is a rural carrier on Route 3.
Mrs. I.G. Vaughn and daughter, Jane Allen, Mrs. W.R. Murphy and Mill Allyne Shreve are spending a few days this week in Louisville.
NINETY YEARS AGO
Feb. 15, 1923
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Hord, Feb. 10, was a daughter, Edna Mildred.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Cloyd, of New York City, formerly of Campbellsville, are the parents of a daughter, Ella Marshall, on Feb. 9.
Messrs. Fred Nance and Fulton Netherland left last week for a business trip to Akron, Ohio.
Mr. T.F. Hamilton visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Hamilton of Gabe, Saturday.
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
Feb. 12, 1913
Dr. B.T. Black left yesterday for Louisville on business.
Mrs. T.E. Davis and son, Neville, returned home after a visit to relatives and friends in Richmond.
Mrs. Mary Cox left yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., to spend the winter with her son, Mr. Lyle Cox.
Mr. Charles Steger returned from a visit to his brother at New Albany, Ind.