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Tuesday, 25 June 2013 15:30

July 1973

July 2, 1973 – William Bradford, owner and operator of Bradford Hardware on S. Green Street announces that he will sell the real estate and inventory of Bradford Hardware to Citizens Bank & Trust.

July 3, 1973 – Wondering Woods opens this week. It is located adjacent to the main entrance of Mammoth Cave and is owned by Herby Moore.

July 5, 1973 – Glasgow businessman Joe Donald Taylor was the winner of a color TV awarded by the Glasgow Merchants softball team. George Fields, Co-manager of the Merchants made the presentation.

July 9, 1973 – Emily Ruth Haynes, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes, Tompkinsville was crowned Miss Metcalfe county Fair. First runner up was Bambi Trautman. Last year’s winner was Carman Guinn who crowned the new queen.

July 10, 1973 – David Stephens is named the Assistant Principal at GHS. James Stuppy is GHS’ new Band Director. These vacancies were made when Charles B Honeycutt left both positions to be named principal at GHS.

July 11, 1973 – The four Hall Sisters had a family reunion at the home of Elma Hall Redman on Leslie Ave. First time all four had been together in 11 years.

July 12, 1973 – Scottie Band girls will leave Sunday for six days of baton classes at Austin Peay University. Majorettes are Rhonda Riherd, Carol King, Jeannie King, Jean Cecil, Vickie Vanzant, Terri Coombs, Rita Riherd, and Jean Leech. The flag girls are Wanda Brewer, Lisa Gray, Teresa Cox, Janetta Miller, Cindy Thomas, Dawn Daniel, Indy Redford and May Ann Norris.

July 16, 1973 – The new home of the Hiseville Fire Department was dedicated Sunday afternoon with the Keynote Speaker being Bobby Richardson.

July 16, 1973 – Six in a Row – Van Lingen caps Weldon Tournament and teams with Messick for Doubles Title.

July 17, 1973 – Two men, J E Ray and Edward Garrett were recognized as holding memberships in PCA for the longest period of time. There were members since 1934. Earl Wilson and Sam Lawson made the presentation to the men.

July 18, 1973 – Barren County School Board rejects the football stadium bids due to the bids being twice as much as had been estimated. Ernest Simpson submitted a bid of $233, 241 and Bartley and Barton submitted a $238,600 bid.

July 19, 1973 – Pre Constructed laminated beams were set in place for the new Glenview Christian Church on Glenview Drive. The congregation is its own contractor.

July 20, 1973 – Glasgow High JV Cheerleaders recently attended Camp at UK. They are Laurie Sibalich, Regina Lindsey, Vicky Harrison, Lisa Smith, LaDonna Elmore, Lisa Wilson and Karen Bridges.

July 24, 1973 – GHS has a new band director, Bob DeHoag was hired after Jim Stuppy who was just hired to replace Chas. B Honeycutt, resigned.

July 25, 1973 – 18 year old Pamela Kay Mosier was crowned Miss FRECC Tuesday night. She was crowned by last year’s winner, Miss Sharon Bowles. Miss Tamara Diane Coffey was runner-up.

July 26, 1973 – Burley Mike Fontana was the pitcher for his team, Mike’s Gift Shop in District 9 Men’s Slow pitch tournament. Mike’s team lost to the Scramblers, but New Farmers Bank won the Tournament.

July 27, 1973 – Temple Hill Fair Winners – Tiny Miss – Kellie Proffitt, Little Miss – Jammie Garrett and Miss Temple Hill Fair – Rendy Garrett.

July 30, 1973 – The new BCHS is beginning to take shape and officials say it will be ready for opening day near the end of August.

July 31, 1973 – Mrs. Marilee Lowe, Accounting Branch of USAFSA in Indianapolis was named Employee of the month. The Glasgow native and her husband, Veachel have one daughter.

 

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