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July 1972

July 3, 1972 – Tompie Franklin retires from Citizens Bank in Glasgow after 14 years as janitor.

July 5, 1972 – Lowell Hammers is employed as head basketball coach at Glasgow High School. Coy Meadows is employed as the head baseball coach at Glasgow High School.

July 6, 1972 – Park City News – Mr. and Mrs. W D Bucher and Laura of Indianapolis are spending the July 4th weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H E Arterburn, also her grandmother, Mrs. Sam Crump. Rev. Kenneth Williams of Bowling Green will be the new pastor of the Methodist Church.

July 7, 1972 – Harold Matthews and Don Barrickman join Citizens Bank Staff as Trust office and Controller.

July 7, 1972 – Hiseville News – Miss Deborah Tomsac of Michigan is spending this week as a 4-H exchange member with the family of Robert Peterson. Miss Lynn Hatchett and Miss Madonna Matthews were also guests Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W O Withers were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bowles.

July 11, 1972 – Negotiations are underway by a Connecticut-based firm to purchase Glasgow Foods, Inc. here. ARPAC, a firm which has its main office in Hartford, Connecticut is presently negotiating.

July 12, 1972 – D T Froedge is named to head the new division created in the Kentucky Dept. of Mines and Minerals which will enforce a new law which provides for licensing of anyone who explodes five pounds of explosives in a single blast.

Mrs. Cecil (Corrine) Martin, Glasgow has recently received her instructor’s license for cosmetology from Glasgow Beauty College.

July 13, 1972 – The Athletics coached by Rondal Poynter were the winners of the Lou Gehrig League this summer. Squad consists of Steve Atwell, Gary Cash, Jerry Francis, Scott Underwood, Joey Fisher, Mandell Stockton, Bruce Calvert, Eric Bruton, Carroll Knicely, Michael Hutcherson, and Charles Poynter.

July 17, 1972 – Jerry Clower, entertaining speaker from Yazoo City, Mississippi, entertained the gathering for the annual stockholders meeting of the Mammoth Cave PCA.

July 18, 1972 – Remodeling is planned for the Peoples Bank in Cave City.

July 19, 1972 – Paving has begun on the new Cumberland Parkway. All paving is expected to be completed by late fall and open to traffic.

AD – Watsons White Sale – 3 beautiful spreads to brighten your bedroom. $9.77 or $7.77. Foam pillows two for $5.00. Two piece bath sets for $3.99. Watson in Central Center Shopping Center.

July 21, 1972 – The Temple Hill Little League boasted an unbeaten team this season when the Braves closed out their regular season with 11 wins and no losses. Members include Ricky Wyatt, Willie Jones, Jimmy White, Kevin Bow, Jimmy Davidson, Brad Glover, Tracy Matthews, Greg Glover, Scotty Jones, Mike Ryan, Ricky Harlow, Mark Ryan, and Barry Perkins. Managers were Jimmy Poore  and Leroy Matthews and Coaches were Sam Jones and Dickie Harlow.

July 24, 1972 – Peter Van Lingen wins his 5th Weldon Tennis Title and teamed with Gay Messick to win the doubles division.

July 25, 1972 – AD – Free 16 oz. iced tea glass with each $3.00 gasoline purchase. Come into today and start collecting a set. Ashland Co.

July 26, 1972 – Ernest Simpson Const. Co. is awarded the contract to build the new Barren County High School.

AD – Begleys – 2 pound Domino sugar 13 cents, Kleenex Tissue 19 cents, Ivory soap, 7 cents bar, Phillips Milk of Magnesia 26 oz. $1.17 and Desitin ointment 67 cents. Begleys in Central Center Shopping Center.

July 27, 1972 – Miss Sharon Bowles is crowned Miss FRECC.

July 28, 1972 – Dr. Garland Garst has joined the staff of the T J Samson Community Hospital as Chief of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine Department.

July 31, 1972 – Miss Emily Ruth Hayes, Tompkinsville, was the winner of the Temple Hill Lions Club Fair Beauty Pageant Friday. Carmen Guinn was the first runner up and Linda Curtis, 2nd runner up. Little Miss Melissa Price won the Tiny Miss Title and Beverly hood was named Little Miss Temple Hill.

The Vernon – 88 Homemaker club met with Mrs. Harlan Graven for their July meeting. Devotional by Mrs. Stanley Forbis. Mrs. Graven and Mrs. Sam Huffman were chosen to help serve supper for the PCA meeting. Next month, they will meet with Mrs. Moody Rigsby.


 

 

 

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