DECEMBER 1933 PDF Print
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DECEMBER 7, 1933

Mrs. Nellie Saunders Woodward, well known Barren County teacher, will open a kindergarten in the J.L. Bryan residence on West Washington St. on Monday.

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New 4-H Member.  Little Miss Jerry Horning has arrived to brighten the home of County Agent and Mrs. J.O. Horning.  Jerry made her arrival Thanksgiving morn- ing at the Community Hospital.

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Colored Choral Club to Have Community Tree.  The Colored Choral Club of this city is planning to have a community Christmas tree for the poor among the colored people.  They are asking the support of everyone in Glasgow to assist them.  They will accept old toys and anything which you might wish to give, and will appreciate any donation whatever.  The Club is located at the corner of Lewis and Brown Streets.

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AD.  You Save When You Buy Here!  Attention, Mothers!  Come in Saturday and buy three cans or more of Campbell’s Soups, of any kind, and get FREE a  “Campbell’s Kid Town” for the children.  You save money on the soup and also get a novelty that will please the kiddies at Christmas.  Special Prices for this Occasion! Houchens’ Market.

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Mule Kick Fatal.  Mr. Bossy Jones, about 35 years old, living about two miles east of Fountain Run, Monroe County, was kicked in the stomach by a young mule Saturday morning and died on Sunday morning as the result of his injuries.  At the time of the accident, Mr. Jones was breaking a pair of young mules to work and was trying to catch one of them.  He is survived by four children, his wife having died about a year ago.

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New Law Partnership.  The law firm of Jones and Spear consists of Mr. W.E. Jones, who has been practicing in Glasgow since the mind of man runneth not to the contrary, and Mr. H.K. Spears, a Monroe County gentleman, who has attended the Western Teachers College, Bowling Green, studied law at the University of Kentucky, where he won his LBB, and then studied further at the University of Louisville. He is, therefore, an accomplished lawyer, and these two gentlemen make a strong firm.  (8)

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DECEMBER 14, 1933

Little Boy Loses Eye.  James Johnson, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of the Hiseville country, lost the sight of one eye a few days ago.  An older brother was fixing a corn knife when a small piece of steel flew into the little boy’s eye.

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“I’m No Angel,” starring Mae West and Cary Grant, will be showing at the Trigg Theatre on Friday and Saturday, December 18 and 19.

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From Morrison Park.  The library at Pentecostal Park is completed.  Dr. Morrison is going to supply a nice quantity of books for the reading public.

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AD  A Daring Merchandise Release in the Face of Rising Prices.  Your final opportunity to take advantage of Pre-Inflation Prices because we are doing our part to stimulate business.  We quote you just a few of the things we are selling; there are hundreds of similar items to offer you.  Ladies Felt Hats, 79 cents each; Ladies Dresses, $1.95 each; Men’s 8-ounce heavy work gloves, 6 cents, pair; boy’s overalls, sizes 6 to 16,  49 cents, pair; 20x40 heavy bath towels, each 15 cents.  Folks Economy Store, “Where Prices Are Always Reasonable.”

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AD.  Announcing Nina’s Nifty Nook.  We will sell to you or for you on commission.  Specializing in plain and fancy handwork—old quilts, coverlets, antiques, pies, cakes, candies.  Watch Our Windows for Specialties.

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DECEMBER 21, 1933

 

AD.  For A Limited Time – While They Last.  An Amazing Nu-Type Aladdin Mantle Lamp.  White light from kerosene.  Only $2.85 cash when you purchase at this store  the amount of but $20.  Farmers Union Supply Company.

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AD.  Save Money on Your Newspapers.  The Louisville Herald-Post and the Glasgow Republican, both for one year, $3.50.  The Herald-Post is publishing a special mail edition “fresh from the press to your home.”  This edition contains all the latest markets, news from Washington, and the world’s latest writers, such as Arthur Brisbane, Walter Winchell, Edwin C. Hill, and special pieces for women.

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AD.  Apples—Bananas -- Oranges to be sold – Best Quality and Prices.  Delicious Apples, $1.50 per bushel; Oranges, $1.50 per bushel; Bananas by Bunch.   Saint Charles Fruit Market.

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DECEMBER 28, 1933

I SURRENDER.  For more than 32-1/2 years I have been the Editor and Business Manager of the Glasgow Republican; it is left to the public to say to what extent I have been successful.   Now the time has come for a change.  I have therefore decided, beginning with the first issue in the New Year, to turn over to my son, William Henry Jones Jr., both the editorial management of the paper and the man- agement of the mechanical department.  William H. Jones Sr.

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Child Operated On.  Joe Donald, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Taylor, was operated on Tuesday for a strangulated hernia and is doing very nicely. This is remarkable for one so young.

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Mose Staples is slated for Deputy Jailer under Jailer Jim Bybee when the latter assumes his office next Monday.  Mose has many friends throughout the county who will be glad to hear of his designation to this important office.

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3 Degrees Above Zero.  The coldest report received by us yesterday was reported by Rev. J.H. Berry, who states that the thermometer at his home on Milton Avenue registered around three degrees above zero at 6:00 a.m.  Many reports of 7, 8, and 10 degrees were reported from sheltered parts of the city.

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The Dawn of A New Year.  Our hearts uplifted, we look forward with rekindled hope to the New Year which gives abundant promise of bringing happier days to the nation.  Such bounty as the future holds, however, depends entirely on our determination and effort.  To speed restoration of good times, let us continue to support the leadership of President Roosevelt.  And let us also apply to the task in greater measure, the courage, faith and neighborly helpfulness inherited from our pioneer ancestors in Kentucky and Virginia.  We men and women of this organi- zation extend to our customers and friends hearty good wishes at the Dawn of the New Year.  Kentucky Utilities Co.

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AD. 1934 New Year Resolution:  That I’ll Buy the Best Insurance; That I’ll Save Money on My Insurance, and That Before Renewing or Buying My Insurance, I’ll See the L.W. Preston Insurance Agency.  “Insurance That Insures.”  Glenn Ropp and Leonard W. Preston.

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Mr. Ed Albany died in Hopkinsville last Thursday at the age of 47 years.  He was from the Etoile section, and his remains were brought back and interred in the cemetery at Etoile on Saturday following services by Elder Allen Phy.  He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Wilma and Mildred; one son, Edward; two sisters, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Johnson, both of Lamb; and two brothers, both living in California.

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