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Wednesday, 17 November 2010 07:30

November, 1980

November 2, 1980 – Recent Wedding announcements – Deborah Thomas and Michael Polson, Nancy Carol Shaffer and Mark Lyn Bowman, Susan Annette Lindsey and David Nathaniel Peters, Deborah Joyce Newman and Lambert Lewis Bauer.

November 4, 1980 - A building committee was appointed by Cave City Mayor Clyde Hubbard at the regular council meeting which included Johnny Toms, Stanley Wilson and Chairman Johnny Doyle. The committee will check into building permits, what projects need them and how they are handled.

Golden Touch Beauty Salon announces a new location at 526 W. Cherry Street. Operators are Rhonda Ryan, Frieda White, Charlotte Smith, Ellen Deckard and Jean Ann Emerson.

November 5, 1980 – The Poplar Log Community Church will have a singing on Saturday with the Cornerstones from Glasgow. Members are Jay Jackman, Rick Sexton, Glenna Sexton and Jeff Sneed.

R. R. Donnelley, Glasgow division announces the approval for expansion of its web offset print and binding facility.

November 9, 1980 – Grand opening is held at B. H. Biggers Men’s Clothing, 701 E. Main Street. Brent H. Biggers is the owner.

November 10, 1980 – Herman Stout, a WWI veteran was presented his Purple Heart after waiting 60 years, during Veterans’ Day festivities.


November 12, 1980 – Members of the Heritage Garden Club are labeling the 44 trees located in the Barren County Courthouse lawn. Members who helped in the project were Mary Ann Ropp, Janice Webb and Jane Baker.

November 13, 1980 – The members of Mrs. Lois Terry’s 8th grade class at Glasgow Junior High celebrated 36 days of perfect attendance with a dinner of hamburgers, French fries and cokes.

November 16, 1980 – Nora Foster, post master at Lucas will retire after 28 years of service.

November 17, 1980 – Education week is observed this week in the Glasgow School System. Local principals were Bob Boyd from Liberty Street, Glasgow High School Principal Jerry Harris and Asst. Principal Steve Mayhew, James Bell from Happy Valley, 6th Grade Center Principal Butch Twyman, Glasgow Junior High Principal Bill Twyman and E. B. Terry principal Reed Moore.

November 18, 1980 – A highway fatality and a near traffic tragedy have promoted the Joint City-County Planning and Zoning Commission to request an update on the reconstruction of Highway 90 East.

November 19, 1980 – The Bethel Homemakers recently planted a Red Dogwood tree at Eastern Elementary School. Representing the club were Ruby Wade, Ramona Maggard, Laura McCoy and Patty Lowe.

November 20, 1980 – AD – New Farmers National Bank – Good News – 14.167% 6 month money maker or a 11.75% 2 ½ year Money Maker. A short term investment with the highest available yield.

November 23, 1980 – Front Page News – “Kristin” shot “J. R.” – Locals including Omar Williams, Mary Jordan, Terri Bush, Mrs. Ruby Sexton, Mrs. George Sanders, and Mrs. Carrie Paull gave their reactions to that famous question. “Who shot J. R.?

November 24, 1980 – Local pharmacist, Kyle J. Taylor, died on Sunday.

November 25, 1980 – The City of Glasgow plans to compete for a $500,000 urban renewal grant that would make housing improvements in the Smiley Court, Trimble Ave. area.

November 26, 1980 – New Glasgow Barren County Chamber of Commerce President is Harold T. Matthews. New directors are Freddie Travis, Bruce Goodman, Paul Biggers, III, Bill Smith, Bernard Lawrence and Tom Brumfield.

November 28, 1980 – The Gospel groups, The Temple Trio, will celebrate its 18th anniversary this week. The Trio began singing in 1963 and two of the original trio members are still with the group. The original members were Stanley Greer, Tommy Bellamy and Elmer “Buster” Jennings.

November 30, 1980 – Showing at the Cinema I & II are Mountain Family Robinson and Alligator. Showing at the Star Drive In are Sex Education and Centerfold Spread. (Rated R)

 

 

 

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