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TEN YEARS AGO
Sept. 19, 2002
Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers was among those honored recently for their contributions toward preventing and treating substance abuse in Kentucky.
Traver Dabney has been admitted to the professional program in Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine as a member of the class of 2006.
The Saloma Road Homemakers met Thursday, Sept. 12, at the Extension Office.
Chuck and Sue Ellen Pike will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 22
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 17, 1992
Beth Coppock, a Taylor County Middle School student, will be the exhibiting artist at Campbellsville College's Gosser Fine Arts Center Gallery Sept. 21 through Oct. 9.
Danny and Judy Mann will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 20.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 16, 1982
Beulah Rice Richardson, 59, died Saturday, Sept. 11, at her home on Roberts Road after fighting cancer since last fall.
Mrs. Isham Hensley of Manchester recently visited her three sisters here. Her sisters are Frances Wethington, Audrey Jones and Jewell Stults.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 14, 1972
Mr. Clay Marcum, 56, 624 North Central Ave. in Campbellsville, son of the late Mr. Willie Mark Marcum and Mrs. Mary Wilson Marcum, was born in Green County, July 17, 1916. He died at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 7, 1972, at Taylor County Hospital.
Seventy-four people were present for the basket dinner and Tedder family reunion at Miller Park on Sunday, Sept. 3.
FIFTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 13, 1962
Formal dedication of the new Woodlawn Christian Church will be Sunday, Sept. 16, at 2:30 p.m. with the dedicatory message to be given by Earl C. Hargrove, president of Lincoln Christian Church, Lincoln, Ill.
Miss Berniece Isaac, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Isaac of Saloma, was named state champion in the 4-H bread making demonstration at the Kentucky State Fair this week.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 11, 1952
Charles Beard and Homer McKinley announced today that they have purchased the asphalt pouring equipment owned by the late Richard McKinley-Beard Co.
Taylor County farmers have ordered 241 tons of drought emergency hay, Henry W. Turner, local chairman of the PMA said yesterday.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 10, 1942
Dr. M.M. Hall will leave Monday for Fort Sam Houston, Texas to report for duty with the Army Medical Corps.
Mrs. F.E. DeSpain and Miss Temple Blakeman entertained Tuesday evening with a bridal shower for Mrs. Joe Waggener.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 1, 1932
Friends of Professor and Mrs. Homer Felts of Campbellsville College were inexpressibly shocked to learn that their youngest daughter, Miss Gladys Felts of Russellville had been fatally injured in an automobile accident on Jeffersonville Highway, near Russellville last Thursday.
Monroe Mikel, living on Coppock Street in this city, and an employee of the Southern Continental Telephone Co., sustained serious injuries Saturday while working on an old pole transferring the wires to a new one near Loretto.
NINETY YEARS AGO
Sept. 28, 1922
Mrs. Alice Gowdy Hord, wife of the late Henry Hord, died last Monday at the home of her son, Clayton Hord, at the age of 78.
Lewis J. Phillips, 72, died at his home on West Main last Saturday after an illness of several months.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO
Sept. 8, 1912
The Taylor County Circuit Court opened last Monday with Judge Thurman on the bench.
Hon. C.H. Noggie of Greensburg was in town yesterday on business.
Mrs. Sam Miller and daughter of Bowling Green are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Wood.
Miss Ethel Moss is in Lexington visiting relatives and friends.