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October, 1991

October 1, 1991 – The Morrison Park Hill Appreciation program will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 5 according to Billy Neal Davis and Sarah Ann Bowers, Cordell Hull Highway Committee members.

October 3, 1991 – The Kentucky Head Hunters, a five member band headquartered in Metcalfe County, was named “best Group” for the 2nd straight year at the Country Music Awards. Members include Fred Young, Doug Phelps, Ricky Phelps, and Richard Young.

October 6, 1991 – Grand opening festivities are planned for the area’s 1st Outlet Mall in Horse Cave. 11 stores are open with 2 others scheduled to open soon.

October 7, 1991 – Announcement is made that Bonanza Restaurant will change its name to Ponderosa.

October 7, 1991 – Bitty Ball Soccer is in full swing in Glasgow with four and five year old players. Bray Crow and Jarrod Elmore are two of the players.

October 8, 1991 – BCHS Homecoming candidates are Stephanie Sanders, Angie Wood, Angie Glass, Jolene Youngster, Jennifer Groce, Brook Hatton, LoraLee Cole, Holly Harlow, Casey Wood, Michele Wood, Jennifer Riley and Ann Riley. (Michele Wood was crowned queen.)

October 8, 1991 – Melissa LeeAnn Deweese is the WKU-Glasgow Campus homecoming queen for WKU homecoming.

October 10, 1991 – Barbara Buss received the Humanitarian Award at Greenview Hospital in Bowling Green.


October 13, 1991 – The walls of Park City Elementary School are now decorated with paintings of Sesame Street characters by teacher Mary Jo Travis, Junior High creative writing teacher at Park City School.

October 13, 1991 – Barren County Farm Bureau moves into their new building at 106 Reynolds Road.

October 14, 1991 – Anna Mae Kingrey and Shelia Estes are honored by Glasgow Quarterbackettes for their years of dedication and service to Glasgow Scottie Sports.

October 15, 1991 – The Glasgow City Council gave its seal of approval to the construction of a new terminal at the Glasgow Airport Monday night.

October 17, 1991 – The name of the Glasgow By Pass is changed to L. Rogers Wells Blvd at a reception at Barren River State Park honoring Mr. Wells for his bringing progress to Glasgow and Barren County including roads, improvements at the State Park and new jobs.

October 17, 1991 – Neal K Jewell retires from Eaton Corporation October 1. He began employment there on September 10, 1972.

October 19, 1991 – It is Mrs. J Wood Vance Day in Glasgow and Barren County. Mrs. Vance turns 100. She has been involved in many historical and social events in Glasgow and Barren County throughout her lifetime.

October 20, 1991 – Jennifer Hall is crowned Monroe County 1991 Football Homecoming Queen.

October 20, 1991 – Horace L Travis, Glasgow businessman, dies at age 85 on Saturday.
October 21, 1991 – Jan Hume and Bobby Warren were the low gross winners of the member-member golf tournament at the Glasgow Country Club. Helga Bihr and Winnie Ponns were the handicap winners.

October 22, 1991 – The Fountain Run High School class of 1940 held their reunion at Barren River Lodge. Those attending were Jennie Mae Pinckley Grider, Lillie Lee Garmon, Ina Wheeler Goad, Okle Smith Hagan, Ray Burnett, Wallace Shockley, and Arvie Goad. Glynn Wax, teacher, also attended.

October 24, 1991 – Members of the Barren County Homemakers work on a Bicentennial Quilt to be displayed in Barren County Judge Executive Woody Gardner’s office. Lois Richey and Cora Forrest were two of the homemakers quilting it.

October 27, 1991 – Rebecca Murphy has been promoted to Asst. Cashier at New Farmers National Bank by William James, President and CEO,

October 27, 1991 – Helen Stonewall retires as cafeteria manager at Bunche School. She has worked at the school 26 years.

 

 

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