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Tuesday, 27 July 2010 08:47

    1960

      JULY 1 – JULY 2


THURSDAY:  Thursday is the last shopping day new 3% sales tax goes into effect.


Friday:  It required local law enforcing officials only 15 minutes to apprehend two men who allegedly stole a car on South Race Street and then were reported to have robbed two grocery stores on the Happy Valley road.

     Cave City Policemen Clarence Middleton and Daryl Carver made the arrest and returned the men to Glasgow after hearing the report of the City Police radio.

     The two men are being held in County Jail on charges of armed robbery and car theft. 
 

   JULY 5 – JULY 9,


MONDAY:  Mr. and Mrs. Collie B. Wilson announce the birth of a daughter, Donna Lynn, born June 28th, weighing 7 lbs. 3 oz.  Mrs. Wilson is the former Patricia Hodges.


TUESDAY:  The Annual Revival will begin at the Neal’s Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Saturday evening, July 9, at 7:45 and will continue until Sunday morning, July 17.

     The Rev. E. A. Mathis, General Representative of Kentucky Synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, will be the Evangelist.  Rev. T. A. Richardson is the Pastor.  The public is extended a very hearty welcome to attend every service.

     Services daily 7:45 p.m. and 10:45 a.m.


WEDNESDAY:  Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson were in Nashville Saturday to meet their son, Yeoman Third Class William Earl Jackson, who has been discharged from the Navy.  During his four years in service he spent many interesting hours in Africa, Turkey, Greece, Spain, France, Lebanon, and Yugoslavia. 
                                                              

THURSDAY:  A capacity crowd jammed the square Thursday night to witness the concert given by the Scottie band, dressed in their new Scottish uniforms, prior to their departure for Chicago.


FRIDAY:  Dog licenses may be purchased each Saturday morning in the County Court room from Ralph Williams, Route 3, Glasgow, who was recently appointed Dog Warden for Barren County                                                                                                               

.  The licenses are good for a period of one year beginning July 1 and are $1.50 for one dog; $10.00 for a kennel of ten or less and $15.00 for more than ten dogs.
 

    JULY 12 – JULY 16


MONDAY:  Plans were discussed Monday morning at a meeting of the Retail Merchants of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce for the “Sidewalk Days” to be held here on August 5 and 6.

     The group agreed to employ Bob Dubree, Professional Square Dance Caller, and his group of Square Dancers to perform each night of the annual event.  In addition the Glasgow Scottie Band will present a “Pops Concert” during the festivities and the merchants are also negotiating with the McCormick Bros., Westmoreland, Tenn. to appear during the events.


TUESDAY:  Mrs. Bill Page entertained her bridge club Monday evening at her home on North Green Street.  Winning the high prize was Mrs. Joe Simmons; second high went to Mrs. Mary Mosby Shaw, and bingo to Mrs. Dwight Chapman.


WEDNESDAY:  The Glasgow Police Department was presented a “Certificate of Merit” Wednesday by the American Automobile Association for having no traffic fatalities during the two-year period of 1958-1959.  Chief A. E. Burnett and his fellow workers are to be commended in the very efficient in which the traffic is handled within the city limits.


THURSDAY:  CHEVY’S CORVAIR WINS YEAR’S TOP AWARD!  Corvair got the unanimous nod of the experts as it walked away with Motor Trend Magazine’s coveted “Car-of-the-Year Award.”


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

And you’ll know why in a hurry once you drive it.  Corvair’s satiny ride, nimble handling and road gripping traction have winning ways with people as well as prizes.  See Chevy’s Corvair at Preston-Ropp Chevrolet.

 

FRIDAY:  Friday, Double Feature at the Star Drive-In:  “NIGHT OF LOVE” starring Brigitte Bardot; Second Feature:  “LOUISIANA HUSSY”   starring Nan Peterson

Saturday, Triple Feature:  “THE THIRTY FOOT BRIDE OF CANDY ROCK” starring Lou Costello; Second Feature:  “SCARED STIFF” starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis;  Third Feature:  “NEVER STEAL ANYTHING SMALL” starring James Cagney.
 


 JULY 19 – JULY 23


MONDAY:  ODDITIES:  In our window we are displaying two hands of tobacco that were found hanging in the garage of the late Howe Ralston, on Brown Street.  A note that was inside the sack read:

     Grown by J. L. Meadows, Freedom, Ky., 1919.  Brought $1.04 per pound.


TUESDAY:  An announcement of considerable, and welcomed, interest, one that has been long awaited, was made Tuesday afternoon after the Glasgow Recreation Board signed an agreement with John Botts, local contractor, to construct a swimming pool for Glasgow.

     The pool will be owned by Mr. Botts and will be built adjacent to the bowling alley now under construction just off Columbia Ave.

     Mr. Botts will purchase the plans from the Recreation Board and build the pool accordingly.  For years, what has been a seemingly hopeless project, now is apparently to become a reality.  The construction is to begin around January 1, 1961, with completion scheduled by the swimming season of next year.


WEDNESDAY:  Mr. Sewell Harlin announces the sale of Central Tire Co. to the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and that he has leased the building, located at 307 West Main Street, to the Goodyear Service Store.  The modern building was built for Harlin Motor Co. twelve years ago on the site of the old Cartwright residence.

     The Goodyear Service Store will carry a full line refrigerators, washers, and fine appliances as well as auto supplies. 


                                                            


THURSDAY:  The annual Morrison Park Camp Meeting will begin Thursday evening, July 28, and continue through Sunday evening, August 7.  Services will be conducted daily at 10:30 a.m., and 7:00 p.m. with Sunday afternoon services at 2;30 P.M.  The park is located approximately four miles from Glasgow on Highway 63 or the Tompkinsville Road.  The Evangelist this year is Rev, Harry Wood of Milton, Kentucky.


FRIDAY:  Lieut. Rondall Stull, Mrs. Stull and sons, Scott and Bert, have returned to the States from Fukuoka, Japan where Lieut. Stull served a tour of duty for three years.  They are expected to arrive here the first of the week for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stull before reporting for duty July 30th at Tyndall AFB, Panama City, Fla.


    JULY 26 – JULY 30


MONDAY:   Approximately $1,010 was taken from the safe at the Cave City National Stores over the weekend as thieves gained entrance through a fan opening in the roof and “peeled” the safe open.


TUESDAY:  The Glasgow City Schools this coming year will have a new Guidance Counselor.  This is a new position created by the National Defense Act.  The Glasgow Board of Education has promoted Mrs. Veachel Peers of the Happy Valley Road from teacher in the first grade to the position of Guidance Counselor for the year 1960-61.  Mrs. Peers has been a first grade teacher in the Glasgow School System for twenty-six years.


WEDNESDAY:  Mrs. Bill Page (Barbara Edmunds), secretary of the State Farm Mutual Insurance Claims office, here, was recently honored by having her picture published in The National Underwriter, a weekly publication of Fire and Casualty Insurance Company.


THURSDAY:  Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Furlong are the proud parents of a 7 lb. 3 oz. baby girl born Thursday, July 21, at Samson Hospital.  She has been named Myra Lynn Furlong.  Mrs. Furlong is the former Janette Powell.  Mr. Furlong is now a senior at Western State College in Bowling Green.

                                                                  

FRIDAY:  INTENSE HEAT BRINGS OUT HIDDEN BERMUDA SHORTS:  It seems there was one young lad, a member of the Scottie band who vowed that he would never wear shorts.  When his mother was packing his clothes for their band camp outing this week, she carefully placed in the bottom of his suitcase, a pair of his dad’s Bermuda shorts.  With the intense heat, he sent word home for his mother to send him some short pants, and when she inquired if he had found those in his suit case.  She was informed that he must have, because he had been wearing some, and evidently wanted some more. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


                                                                     


  
 


    

 

 

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