May 4, 1967 – Honor Students at Hiseville High School are Vickie Cheryl Hatcher, Valedictorian; Linda Johnson, Salutatorian and third place honor students, Delbert L Compton and Nancy Carole Peterson.
Fire has destroyed the Mount Beulah Church near Munfordville. The fire was blamed on a faulty fuse box.
Mr. Durwood Haynes will present the first of a series of pupil recitals Sunday afternoon at Lera B Mitchell Clubhouse – Virginia Ann Barton, Anne Grant Downing, Trigg Goodman, Paulette Witty and Cheryl Wolfe.
Tompkinsville Echoes by Joyce M. Miller – John Oldham, WKU Hilltopper basketball coach was the guest speaker at Tompkinsville Athletic Banquet. Hank Royse, sports broadcaster from Glasgow was the toastmaster. His wit and humor pleased everyone who attended.
Area Servicemen – Sammy K Gray, Roger L Kesslar, Jimmy K Carroll, Terry M Strother, Jimmy H Scott, Bobby C Jolly, Gary L May, Ronnie Taylor, Henry H Houchins, Thomas N Norman, Jessie G Rich and Fred Flowers.
May 11, 1967 – Dr. D D Lessenberry is chosen as the speaker at Hiseville High School 1967 Commencement Exercises.
The local Cross Country Saddle Club has been named to receive the John F Kennedy Award for Aid to Retarded Children. William (Billy) Berry, President will accept the award.
The Post Office Department has designated the week of May 15-20 as the Annual Mailbox Improvement Week.
AD – Smartest thing in Billfolds – SCS (Shoppers Charge Service) Charge Plate, now at Lermans.
May 18, 1967 – U S Senator John Sherman Cooper will speak at Metcalfe County High School Commencement Exercises.
AD – Woolco Department Store opens in Bowling Green Mall on 31 W South.
AD – Madam North – Palmist Reading – First time in Hart County. No Gypsy or Indian – Special reading $1.00. 31 W going south, two miles from Horse Cave City Limits.
Miss Mildred Yokely is Valedictorian of Fountain Run 8th Grade Graduation Class. Miss Peggy Gosnell is Salutatorian.
50 Barren County 4-Hers participated in the 1967 Speech and Demonstration Contest. 29 will represent the county in the area rally in June.
June 25, 1967 – Louie B Nunn of Glasgow appeared in a commanding position to win the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky over Marlow Cooke. Henry Ward snagged the Democratic nomination.
138 students will graduate from GHS Friday night. Dr. Elbert W Ockerman, Dean of Admissions and Registrar at UK will deliver the Commencement Address.
Officers elected for Coral Hill Study Club include Catherine Bagby, President, Christine Pearce, VP, Eva Johnson, Program Director, Christine Culver, Song Leader, Jo Hughes, Sec-Treas., Nell Smith, Recreation, and Mildred Nichols, Reporter.
Cave City News by Ruth Savage – The Cave City Garden Club spent Thursday at Berheim Forrest near Shepherdsville. Mrs. Emma Curd sustained a broken wrist at her home recently.