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TEN YEARS AGO
Sept. 5, 2002
Angela Carol Thompson and Wade Andy Smith Jr. announce their forthcoming marriage on Friday, Sept. 6, 2002.
Brianna Madison Hall celebrated her third birthday with friends on Aug. 29 at Little People Day Care.
Terry Rooker has joined Wave Length, 815 W. Main St., as a beautician. She has four years' experience.
Coach Brian Meier's Taylor County Lady Cardinals posted victories in their five varsity soccer matches this fall.
Jerome Dixon, D.O., has recently earned his subspecialty certification in geriatrics from the American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 3, 1992
Melinda Spell is the 1993 Taylor County Young Woman of the Year.
Jessica Todd Bland, the 3-year-old daughter of Todd and Leslie Bland, was recently a contestant in the 1992 Beautyfest Pageant in Greensburg.
Monte Mae O'Banion, 85, of Campbellsville, died Thursday Aug. 27, 1992, at Taylor County Hospital after a long illness.
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Sept. 6, 1982
Former U.S. Congressman Frank Leslie Chelf died Wednesday night at Springview Manor Nursing Home at age 74. He was a former congressman for Taylor County.
Sp/4 Jerry Smith, son of the late Louise Smith of Campbellsville, now lives in Vaihingen, Germany, serving his duty in the U.S. Army as a strategic communicative microwave repairman.
The senior citizens fellowship club members, 36 in number, went by chartered bus to Red Rolling Springs, Tenn., Thursday and had a dinner at the Donaho Hotel on the grounds of the resort.
FORTY YEARS AGO
Aug. 31, 1971
Labor Day night has been designated Campbellsville Night at Louisville Downs.
This past week several pets were poisoned in the vicinity of the Union Underwear factory.
Donna Rae Dudgeon, celebrated her fourth birthday, Saturday, Aug. 26, at her home.
James L. Dowell of Route 5 won several awards for his Hampshire hogs at last week's Kentucky State Fair.
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Aug. 28, 1952
Mrs. Arch Hardin, who won the Taylor County Essay Contest in July has won the Wolf Creek Dam District Contest, it was announced today by Mrs. Joyce Parrott, H.D.A. The contest is sponsored by the state Homemakers Clubs.
Mac Rodgers was named in July to the Farmers Administration Committee for Taylor County, Forrest J. Hogue, local supervisor for the agency said.
The home of Rudolph Cox at Acton was completely destroyed by fire about 4 p.m. Monday afternoon.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO
Aug. 27, 1942
Three new teachers have been employed in the city schools, which will open on Sept. 8, Miss Martha Harmon of Perryville, Ray Lanham of Lexington, and Miss Margaret Lile of this city.
The heavy winds of Sunday did considerable crop damage in the county, however, general property damage was slight.
A birthday dinner Sunday honored Mrs. H.R. Sanders on her 85th birthday at her home on Central Ave.
EIGHTY YEARS AGO
Aug. 18, 1932
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fawcett announce the arrival of a son, Charles Richard, on Aug. 18.
Miss Ellen Van Cleave, 66, widow of the late William Van Cleave, died at her home near Shiloh Church Monday, Aug. 15.
NINETY YEARS AGO
Aug. 7, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Shreve celebrated the birthday of Mrs. W.E. May and a family reunion. Mrs. May is the mother of Mrs. Shreve.
Allie Sharp of Covington returned Saturday to his home following a delightful visit here with his sister, Mrs. C.E. Prather and Mr. Prather.
Jim Tom Richerson left Monday for New York for a visit with his brother, Dr. Hugh Richerson.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO
Aug. 28, 1912
At a meeting Monday in this city, the conditions of the roadway from Campbellsville to Greensburg were studied and ways and means of improving them were discussed. Roads between here and Greensburg are in horrible condition, in places being such that they are almost impassable.