MARCH 1983 PDF Print
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March 1, 1983 – AD- Proffitt’s Going out of Business. Every item now 50 to 70% off. Men’s ties, socks, belts, suits. Ladies’ jewelry, Junior and misses dresses, blazers. Slacks, blouses, purses, sleepwear and much more. Located at East Wayne Street, Glasgow.

March 2, 1983 – John Kinslow joins the staff of Bailey Gibson Buick Pontiac GMC.

March 3, 1983 – Barren Fiscal Court hears report on County Jail. Barren County Jailor, J B Key informed the court of a recent inspection performed by the Dept. of Corrections. Barren County was listed as one of the top two according to Barren County Judge Executive Woody Gardner.

March 4, 1983 – Girls 15th District All Tournament team includes Tonya Ballard, Susie Starks, and Laura Ogles, of Allen County, Lisa Chapman and Tracy Jones, Barren County, Carolyn Grider and Stella Hunter, Glasgow and Robin Hunt, Edmonson Co.

March 6, 1983 – Edmonson County Boys captures the 15th District Basketball Championship.

March 7, 1983 – The Infant Car Seat Loan Program is now available at the Barren County Health Dept.

March 8, 1983 – Steven Lindsey, Glasgow native, has accepted the position of Asst. Bank Examiner with the offices of the Currency Administration of National Banks.

March 9, 1983 – Glasgow Voters say no to Alcohol sales 3683 – 2371.

March 9, 1983 – New owners and operators of Holiday Gulf Service on W. Main Street are Matt Wheeler and Allen Gosnell. They are also owners of Central Center Gulf.

March 11, 1983 – Barren County Homemakers Betty Barrick, Machell Martin, Shauna Depp and Becky Austin present a $640 stretcher to Barren County Ambulance Service. Mike Swift accepted the gift.

March 13, 1983 – Citizens Bank promotes Wendell Honeycutt, Carolyn Harp, Mike Manship, Daryl Proffitt, Larry Ramey, Mike Taylor, Dennis Wilcutt, Kenneth Tolopka and Runelle Jackson.

March 15, 1983 -  Bobby Travis,  Phil Nichols and John Barbee are honored as Directors of the month by Glasgow Junior Achievement for Jan. Feb. and March.

March 16, 1983 – The Austin Tracy Little League Cheerleaders won first place in the Park City tournament and 2nd place in Barren County Tournament. Members are Beth  Coffey, Michelle Wyatt, Nicole Houchens, Leigh Ann Johnson, Beth Lyons, Myneka Wallace, Sonya Jackson, Penny Houchen and Sonia Richey.

March 17, 1983 – AD – Druthers – Fish sandwich $1.79, Fish dinner $2.39 – Imperial Burger $1.99, and breakfast on a bun, 79c, all with coupon.

March 20, 1983 – Sandra Taylor has joined Retta Springer and Patty Hughes in the operation of Arts and Crafts, Unlimited on E. Wayne St.

March 21, 1983 – Bernard Williams was named “JayCee” of the year at Jaycee Awards banquet. Gary Pierce was installed as the new president.

March 23, 1983 – GHS Cheerleaders – Sandra Williams, Lisa Gumm, Jennie Witty, Kim Hall, Lori Smith, Whitney Vann, Lori Kesslar, Cathy Bray and Lisa Smith. They were judged best girls and best boys cheerleaders in the District Tournament.

March 23, 1983 – Two former members of the Glasgow Police Department were recently sworn in as Ky. State Troopers. Tommy A Garrett, 30 and Richard H. Elmore, 28.

March 24, 1983 – Exec VP-Mgr of the Glasgow Barren County Chamber of Commerce Ted Winbigler announces his retirement effective Sept. 1.

March 28, 1983 – Little Mr. and Miss Farm City Expo are DeWayne Spears and Amanda Thompson. Runner ups were Justin Lyon and Angela Logsdon.

March 31, 1983 – A total of 25 Glasgow residents have filed petitions stating their intention to seek one of the 12 Glasgow Council seats.

 

 

 

 

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