NOVEMBER 1972 PDF Print
Tuesday, 11 December 2012 16:03

November 1, 1972 – John major is named the new Plant Superintendent for the New Eaton Plant.

November 2, 1972 – Hart Co. Jailer John Will Shives and his mother, Lizzie Bratcher are killed when a large tree became uprooted and fell into the path of their compact car near Munfordville.

November 3, 1972 – Senior day is celebrated at GHS with students dressing in 1950 fashion.

November 6, 1972 – Now open for business at 524 Happy Valley Road – Auto Sales Inc. operated by Billy Pedigo and Fidella Wood.

November 7,1972 – Glasgow Businessman Charles Rice is elected President of the Alumni Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity at WKU.

November 8, 1972 – Nixon wins in Landslide, carries 49 states and Nunn carries Barren but “Dee” wins the Us Senate race.

November 9, 1972 – Jimmie Pace and Wayne Gaunce will be ordained as deacons Sunday at the Glasgow Baptist Church.

November 13, 1972 – AD – Sale – One day only Tuesday, Nov. 14 – One rack of dresses, values to $60.00 now $10.00. at Mary Marshall of Glasgow at 101 E College Street.

November 15, 1972 – Temple Hill and Metcalfe county were among area schools booking big wins Tuesday night but Jim Manion’s Bulldogs almost didn’t make the win while Russell VanZant’s Hornets had few problems. Temple Hill nips Gamaliel 68-64 in OT and Metcalfe County brought down Clinton Co. 92-69. Metcalfe Co. players include Joey Shirley, Doug Smith, Howard Garrett, Eddie Nunnally, and Leroyce Barlow. Temple Hill players were Freddie Jones, Kenny Newsome, Lynn Beals, and Bill Owens.

November 16, 1972 – Glasgow Junior Girl Scouts from Troop 888 cooked their own meal Tuesday at the FRECC Bldg – Maire McCarthy, Myra Sublett, Susan Carlson, Lisa Sublett, Carol Laichas, Nancy Laichas and Margaret Faynor.

November 20, 1972 – AD – Kroger – Tom Turkeys 33 cents pound, Sweet potatoes, 2 pounds 25cents, eggs, two dozen for 89 cents. And Kroger Flour, five pound bag 39cents.

November 21, 1972 – First fatal accident on Cumberland Parkway occurred this morning when 19 year old Michael Hughes Davenport, of Bowling Green was killed in a one car accident striking a bridge 2.4 miles west of Glasgow.

November 21, 1972 – Area Servicemen include Stanley W Smith, Gerald D Gantz, James E Grimsley, Jr., Clarence L Rush, Nick T Tooley, Ronnie D Logsdon, John P Davis, and David R Lyons.

November 27, 1972 – The first motorcycle race ever run in Glasgow was run Sunday afternoon on the Ernest Cassady farm north of town. Sponsor of the race was the Glasgow Trail Breakers.

November 28, 1972 – Pay raises following the federal guidelines of 5.5 percent were approved for most City employees  Monday night as the Glasgow Common Council passed the first reading of the 1973 budget.

November 29, 1972 – Summer Shade Visitors Noted – Mrs. Paul Shives was a visitor of her mother, Mrs. Pearl Martin last Sunday. New car driver from this place are Miss Peggie Lynn Meridith. The Tasty Freeze is closed for two weeks for further decorating and remodeling.

November 30, 1972 –AD – Dean’s Wig Villa, Inc. is now open in the Central Center Shopping center.

Doug Isenberg is the first candidate to announce his candidacy for Magistrate of the First District in Barren County.

AD – Oak Ridge Boys and J D Sumner and the Stamps plus the Jublilares in person Sunday, December 10, at the Plaza.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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