|The 18th Annual Kentucky Beta Club Convention will be held December 5th and 6th, at the Kentucky Hotel, Louisville. Miss Nancy Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Matthews, Hiseville, a senior, is the 1958-59 Kentucky State Beta Vice-president. Among her many duties at the convention, she will be master of ceremonies for the Talent Contest; she will preside over the General Session and speak to the Beta at that time. [this is Sam Terry’s first cousin? – Nancy died, July 2018 – RG]|
With Tabulation of today’s sales on Glasgow’s big burley market it was found that 7,376.564 pounds had been sold in the 8 market days for a total of $4,888,134 – an overall average of $66.27.
|Carroll M. Redford, Jr., will long remember Thanksgiving Day Because of the 6-point, 135-pound white-tail buck deer he killed in Edmonson County, last Thursday morning. The deer was killed with a 30-30 calibre Winchester, model 94, lever-action repeating rifle at 55 yards. He was on the controlled deer hunt sponsored by the Park City Sportsman Club, Les Toms, president.|
Ice and snow failed to prevent a capacity audience for the Band Parents dinner last Friday night at E. B. Terry School, with over 400 being in attendance. A delicious, well-served dinner was provided. Howard M. Jones presided as master of ceremonies and present were members of the Board of Education, the faculty, and many old-time Scottie bandsmen. Guest of honor was Mrs. Wayne E. Tyree. The occasion was high-lighted by the dedication of the new ban rooms at GHS in honor of the late Wayne E. Tyree, first full-time director of the Scottie Band. The dedicatory address was delivered by William Beaty Jones, First Assistant U. S. District Attorney, now residing in Louisville and a former Scottie Bandsman.
|If little Bert Stull grows up to follow in his father’s prop-wash it will be no wonder. At 17 months Bert has already made his third flight across the Pacific. His father is First Lt. Randall H. Stull, Air Force jet pilot in Japan. Mrs. Stull stayed in the States to have her baby when Lt. Stull was assigned to Japan. When Bert was six weeks old they flew to Japan. Last October, Mrs. Stull’s father became seriously ill, she and Bert returned to the states. After her father’s full recovery, she and Bert returned to Japan.|
A crowd variously estimated from 12 to 20 thousand packed the line of march for the Jaycee’s annual Christmas Parade Monday morning which the “weatherman” favored with improved conditions. Seven floats and two bands preceded the WKAY mobile unit truck atop which Old Santa thrilled the youngsters along the route.
Rev. Phillip A. Clements, of Locust Grove, Oklahoma, has accepted the pastorate of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church which has obtained site for their new Church on Samson Street, between Happy Valle Road and Cherry St. The Congregation will hold services beginning next Sunday at aa a.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the basement of their new manse which is nearing completion at 501 Samson St. Rev. Clements and his wife, Freda, and their son and daughter, ar presently residing at 238 Cedar. They are natives of Lakeland Fl.
As a reminder it is repeated the “Holiday Hop” will be conducted at the Glasgow Armory, Saturday night from 7:30 to 11 p.m. by the Glasgow B&PW Club. Music will be provided by WKAY, and admission will be 50 cents with proceeds to go to the Barren County Swimming Pool Funds. Tickets at the door only.
The marriage of Clyde Royce Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young, of this city, to Miss Norma Jean Young, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Garner and Mr. Garner of Darien Georgia, will be solemnized Wednesday, Dec. 17, at the First Baptist Church in Darien. The bride elect is a graduate of Georgia State Junior Teachers College and is presently employed as a bookkeeper at the First National Bank, Brunswick, Georgia. The groom-elect is a graduate of Glasgow High School, class of ’55, and has been with the U. S. Navy since graduation.
Glasgow’s top-recording star, Billy Vaughn, has cocked an eye to the future and has invested some of his royalties in Barren Co. Real estate. He bought the old Saunders farm, on South 31e through the firm of Bailey & Grissom.
William Beaty Jones is convalescing at the Baptist Hospital in Louisville where he is under treatment for injuries which included severe lacerations and bruises following a collision near Fort Knox when his car collided with a truck loaded with cattle. Jones’ car was demolished, and he was thrown out.
Paul Biggers, III, was guest of honor Saturday at a party given by his Parent, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Biggers, JR., celebrating his sixth birthday. The following young guests were on hand at his home on Liberty St.; Pamela Dotson, Logan Goodman, York Nunn, Alice Underwood, Follis Crow, Gay Jolly, Jimmy Fox, and Stephen and Brent Biggers. Follis Crow won the game prize. Mrs. Biggers was assisted by Mrs. Henry Royce.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal H. Bishop announce the birth of a daughter born Monday, December 15th at the Samson Community Hospital. Beverly Rose is the name chosen for the seven-pound 1-ounce newcomer.
Rounding out one of the most successful years in the life of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, James Trigg Pace, Friday afternoon dropped the gavel at a meeting of the Board of Directors which saw the election of new officers, headed by Phil Wells, who has served as first vice-president under Mr. Pace and was elected as new President. Other officers include; W. E. Cook, Howard M. Jones, Sneed Yager, E. L. Kerley, L Felix Murray and Winn Davis.
It has been announced that Hubert D. Gregory, 211 S. Green St., Glasgow, has passed the required examination and has been accepted into membership as a fellow of the National Assn. of Tax Accountants. The N.A.T.A. is a nationwide group of qualified tax accountants, organized for the promotion of their profession and to assure the American taxpayers of a fair deal in the preparation of their tax returns.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ritter of Glasgow announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carole Faye Ritter to Mr. Marshall Reid Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bailey, also of Glasgow. Both are employed in Louisville at the present.
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1954 Ford Crestline 4 Door “8”
Good Tires, Radio and Heater — $695
1953 Pontiac Convertible
New Top, Radio and Heater, Hydrramatic Drive.
Practically New Tires. — $595
1952 Pontiac Hardtop
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Fair Dealing 17 Years
The Home of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Smith, Uno, was the scene Sunday, Dec. 7th for the Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration of his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith. Open house was held. Mr. and Mrs. Smith received many lovely flowers and cards for which they wish to thank their numerous friends.
T/Sgt. Ralph Huffman, of Finney, is shown in a C-134 Globemaster, about 2,000 feet above and 3 minutes from the South Pole. When the green light comes on he will release two sleighs by parachute to the South Pole Station. He has been in Antarctica on “Operation Deep Freeze, in connection with the 1958 International Geophysical Year.
Louvin Brothers, Ira and Charlie, top radio, tv and record artist will appear in person at the Cave City Jamboree program Saturday night. Other entertainment will be provided by the regular band. The Jamboree hall is located on 31-W south of Cave City.