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50 YEARS AGO
Nov. 15, 1962
Juanita Sutherland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Sutherland of Route 1, Gee, was chosen to Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. A senior at Georgetown College, she was awarded the honor on the basis of excellence and sincerity in scholarship, leadership and participation in extracurricular and academic activities, along with citizenship and service to the school and promise of future usefulness to business and society.
Arnold Perry, 31, suffered a concussion and minor injuries when he fell from the top of a tobacco barn when a tier rail broke.
A brother, Ronnie Perry, and J. W. Camic were with him when the accident occurred and heard his body hit a rail. He was knocked unconscious.
Mrs. Klien Vowels, mother-in-law of the injured man, was asked to call a doctor. She then started to the barn but slipped on the wet ground in the rain and suffered a fracture of her left arm at the wrist.
She was a patient at the Frankfort hospital for several days.
Pillsbury cake mixes, white, chocolate or yellow, were three for 89 cents at Model Market. Butterball turkeys were 49 cents a pound and Southern Star picnic hams were 33 cents a pound.
Among those attending the Kentucky-Vanderbilt football game in Lexington Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stratton and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klink and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. George Geoghegan, Mr. and Mrs. Ben W. Gorham, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGrath, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lewis, Thomas L. Williams, Mrs. Pelham Hawkins, Mary Jane Cammack, Mrs. Oscar Cammack, Mrs. R.E. Garrison, Agnes McBrayer, Frances Garrison, Herbert Sparrow, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Smith, Tom Smith, Bryan Shely, Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ripy, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ripy Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Catlett, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Patrick, Dr. and Mrs. Grover Beckett, Dr. and Mrs. George Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wheaton, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph White, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mountjoy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grote.
Carl C. Yancey, 73, retired merchant, died at his home. Survivors included his wife, Ruby R. Yancey, three sons and a daughter.
George Merritt Satterly was a retired farmer. He lived with is daughter, Mrs. John H. Chilton. He had a son, J.F. Satterly, a brother, Willie Satterly and a sister, Mrs. Joe Harley.
30 YEARS AGO
Nov. 11, 1982
Kathy Perry, daughter of John Allen and Wanda Perry, was selected as on of the University of Kentucky’s 16 homecoming queen candidates.
Cathy Murphy was crowned Miss 1982 Black Anderson County. Dana Bolton was the runner-up.
Anderson County High School’s Lady Cats cross-country team had a super season, finishing as regional champs and runner-up in the state meet. Team members were: Tonya Johnson, Julie McGuire, Laura Wheeler, Stacey Belt, Diane Tucker, LeeAnn Davis, Jennifer Russell, Deanna Kaufman and Missy Dannheiser.
Bearcats cross county team were regional runner-ups. They placed 10th in the state meet. Team members were Bryan Wheeler, Jeff Force, Russell Foley, Mark Casey, Todd Evans, Denver Sumner, Jesse Thomas and John Mays. Randy Crist was the coach for both squads.
Homecoming candidates at Western Anderson High School were: Stacey Taylor and Kelia Sea, freshmen; Stacey Caldwell and Missy Drury, sophomores; Melissa Gabhart and Jana Gail Monroe, juniors; Angie Boblitt and Kathy Stevens, seniors.
Raymond Thompson Jr., 50, died of an apparent heart attack. He was a farmer and son of Raymond Thompson and Mrs. David L. Carter.
Ethel Griffy, 92, native of Anderson County, was survived by three nieces, Lillian Griffy, Martha Lee Burkhalter and Mrs. Francis (Tot) Gordon, of Lawrenceburg.
Vivian Phillips Reynolds, 88, died after a long illness. She was the widow of Malcolm Reynolds. Survivors included a daughter, Ruby Eckles.
Elizabeth Jackson Wilson, 71, died at her home in Frankfort. She was the wife of Urbane Wilson and a retired Kroger employee.
15 YEARS AGO
Nov. 12, 1997
Kathi Moffett was featured as a fourth generation stone mason. At 25, she was the manager of Minit Mart on Woodford Street and was to become a certified medical technician in December.
Western Elementary School honored students who were named to the principal’s honor roll. These students put forth exceptional effort during the first nine weeks. Students celebrated with an ice cream party, certificates and Western “Whiz Kids” bumper stickers.
The students were: Primary students: Ashley Crane, Kelsey Watts, Immanuel Hensley, Jonathen Pittman, Tee Jay Drury, Ramsey Edington, Kimberly Norris, Jordan Spaulding, Susan Newton, Felicia Evans, Brittan Gray, Chris Durr, Casey Bryan, Jacqueline Dennis, Tiffany Shanks, Jeanie Sutherland, Tiffany McKinney, Ashley Abell, Opal Sea, Haley Hoper, Casey Drury and Cas Walling.
Fourth grade: Jacob Spaulding, Josh Waggoner, Shaina Bowen, Anna Mauer and Jordan Drury; fifth grade: Bethany Goodlett, Jessica Sutherland, Logan Case, Kevin Burke and Kathryn Larkin.
Students of the month were also named and these students received certificates, McDonald’s coupons and Frisch’s coupons. Students of the month for October were: Tee Jay Drury, Ramsey Edington, Amanda Barnett, Jacqueline Dennis, Casey Drury, Johnna Norris and Kathryn Larkin.
Hard workers of the month for October received certificates and McDonald’s coupons. They were Bethany Peach, Justin Page, Felicia Evans, Cassandra Waldridge, Ryan Konkle, Trevor Yeager and Logan Case.
Sam Lee ran his best race of the season to finish second in the state in the 9-10-year-old division. His sister, Amy Lee, came in 11th. Matt Collins and Ashley Burford competed in the 11-12-year-old division. Ashley finished seventh and Matt ninth for Anderson County High.
Mr. and Mrs. Worley Medley celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Case celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Leanious Cox, 75, died after an illness. A native of Anderson County, he was a retired farmer, milk hauler and employee of Kentucky Utilities.
Bennie D. Popp, 84, retired farmer, was the husband for 60 years of Pauline Gaunce Popp.