FEBRUARY 1973 PDF Print
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February, 1973

February 1 – Capital Hill News – Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berry spent last Monday with their sister, Mrs. Neville Cunningham. Her visitors Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. G H Cunningham. Mrs. Vera Pennington of Indianapolis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lexie Wyatt of Glasgow.

AD – Hardees Hamburgers opening soon in the Happy Valley Shopping center.

Rt. 5 Newsletter by Mrs. Renna Matthews – Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bewley spent Wed. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J A Bewley. Mr. David Matthews visited Mr. and Mrs. Otha Rigsby awhile Sunday morning. Mrs. Donald Matthews and Tracy were visiting Mrs. David Underwood and children awhile Friday night.

February 8 – Recent births: Robert Bradley Cecil, Merrill Smith Simmons, Ann Harwood Jolly, and Tonya Kaye Bowles.

Taylor Tales by Stanton Taylor – Mrs. Dewey Botts, Bowling Green has returned to her home after spending several days with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Warren, Cincinnati.

Miss Marcia Compton, a sophomore at Hiseville High School was crowned 1973 Homecoming Queen by last year’s queen, Rebecca Johnson. Hiseville clipped Clinton  Co. for the win.

February 15, 1973 – Ken Scott, Glasgow Junior High School Principal is the Red Cross Fund Chairman for 1973.

Temple Hill Accomplishments by Sue Jones – PTA was held in school library. A skit was presented called “wanted, a Husband”/ Those in the play were Roger Barrick as Deacon Dudley the wanted husband, Janet Payne as Merandy the old maid, Vickie Vance as Peggy, a tomboy and Rodney Pace, a book salesman.

Mason Dixon Games participants are Kim Davidson, April Bull, Cheryl Smith and John Stuart.

Edmonton News  by Jasper Linconn – The Elroy Shirleys of Glasgow had supper Friday night with the Amos Braggs of Prices Creek. The Braggs and the Johnny Wilsons had supper the night before with the Fred Dicksons.

Little League Champs – Mark Parker, Kevin Waldrop, Kendall Bowles, Anthony Smith, Jeff Harp, Rodney Huff, Mark Kerly, Mark Bowles, and Coaches Roger Martin and Steve James.

Pee Wee Champs – Rusty Sally, Burl Scott, Junior Daniel Watson, Mark Bellamy, David Morrison, Craig Hampton, Paul Lewis, and Coach Clyde Salley.

The 7 new board members of the Barren Co. Conservation District are Jessie Morgan, Joe Donald Taylor, Mitchell Bertram, Felix Murray, Jewell Colliver, and B H Deweese. James Chamberlain was not present.

Lawrence Tidrow, US District Soil Conservationist was the guest speaker for the Glasgow Garden Club. Mrs. C G Follis, is the President.

Hiseville News – Miss Liz Alexander, Lindsey Wilson College, was house guest from Thursday until Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Bunch. On Sunday, Liz and Bruce Bunch were dinner guests of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J B Alexander.

February 22, 1973 – American Music month was officially proclaimed in Glasgow this month by Mayor Luska J Twyman. Shown with Mayor Twyman are Mrs. David Depp and Mrs. C R Richardson.

Scottie Chatter by Lynell Chamberlain – On Thursday, Feb. 15, the Senior girls ordered their corsages for the Senior night game. The corsage will be of daises with navy blue and burgundy streamers. The Scottie team will be playing the Hart Co. team that night.

City Auto Electric, Auto Parts business located on N. Broadway was gutted by fire Tuesday night with an estimated loss of $100,000. City Auto was operated by Foch Elliott.

Cumberland Parkway officially opens on February 28.

 

 

 

 

 

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