NOVEMBER 1982 PDF Print
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 16:33

November 1, 1982 – New Salem & Company won the Division I Volley Ball League – Mike Taylor, Freddie Rigdon, Mike Lawson, Tommy Thomerson, Sharon Taylor, Jenny Howell, Pam Atwell and Bonnie Haynes.

 

November 2, 1982 – Big 11th Anniversary Sale at Friendly Furniture, 310 Columbia Ave. Free Delivery, 7 piece dinette set %169.95., two piece sleeper and chair $379.95.

 

November 3, 1982 – Eugene Johnson defeats Carlton Botts in the Barren County School Board Race in a tight race 652-641.

 

November 4, 1982 – A new memorial honoring Vietnam Veterans is planned to be erected in front of the Barren County Courthouse.

 

November 5, 1982 – Historical marker honoring famed journalist Arthur Krock was unveiled near his boyhood home on E. Main Street.

 

November 7, 1982 – GHS Cheerleaders build a pyramid in joy of the Scottie Football team winning 20-7 over Edmonson County.

 

November 9, 1982 – Glasgow City Council voted 10 to 1 to place a fee on all garbage collected and disposed of within the City limits.

 

November 10, 1982 – Stanley Polson is the new president of the Barren River Rod and Gun Club. Leonard Johnson is the outgoing president.

 

November 11, 1982 – Doug Jones and the Country Gentlemen will be featured at the Temple Hill Fall Festival Friday night, November 12.

November 11, 1982 – Scott Palmore and Bonya Miller are crowned 7th Grade Summer Shade King and Queen. Pam Barlow and Tommy Young were the 8th Grade King and Queen.

 

Happy Valley Bazaar will Saturday, Dec. 4. Co-chairmen of the event are Janet Dilley and Sharon Sutherland, PTA Presidents, Frank and Linda Nauman, and principal Butch Twyman.

 

November 12, 1982 – GHS meets Mayfield for the class Double A Region I Championship. (Scotties won 6-0)

 

November 14, 1982 – Ground is broken for the Glasgow Daily Times building on Hwy. 90.

 

November 16, 1982 – Darrell Burks has been named Manager of the Glasgow Field Office of the Mammoth Cave PCA effective November 15th.

 

November 17, 1982 – Judges for the Kay Bledsoe BPW Young Careerist contest were Tamara Branstetter Martin, Janet Johnson, and Doug Hatchett. Mary Lou Miller was chosen as the Young Careerist and Fran Johnson was runner up.

 

 

Members of the Quarterback and Quarterbackettes Club prepare food for the Scottie Footballers prior to the Mayfield game last week. Ladies helping with the food were Mrs. Moaty Estes, Becky Cook, Mrs. Buck Kingrey, Mrs. Bill Poland, Mrs. Keith Troxall and Mrs. Jimmy Ferrell.

 

November 18, 1982 – Glasgow’s opening burley average was $176.75.

 

November 21, 1982 – Mt. Pisgah Church float won the Church division and was also the overall winner in the Glasgow Christmas Parade.

 

November 23, 1982 – Mr. and Mrs. James H Gardner were named Barren County Conservation Farmers of the Year.

 

November 24, 1982 – Glasgow Baptist Church Nursery School celebrated Thanksgiving Tuesday with a “Thanksgiving Feast”. Teacher was Dana Ruth Reagan. Two of the students were Andi Stonerock and Lindsey Bale.

 

November 24, 1982 – A new diet coke was introduced to the area last week at the Bowling Green Coca Cola Plant by officials of Coke – Steve Garrett, Dal Clark, Perry Williams, and Kelly Goad.

 

November 26, 1982 – Edmonton High School Class of 1953 held its 30th Class Reunion at Holiday Inn in Glasgow. Metcalfe County Class of 1972 held its 10th reunion at the Red Carpet Inn in Bowling Green.

November 30, 1982 – Barren County Trojanettes open their season on Thursday. Starting line up includes Margaret Flowers, Susan Booth, Tracy Jones, Lisa Chapman and Rita Daffron. BCHS Coach is Jim Taylor.

GHS Has a Scottie Pig Out for the members of the Glasgow Boys and Girls Basketball teams. Both teams begin their season on Tuesday when they take on the Gamaliel Tigers.

 

 

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