.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

The Way We Were

  • HENDRY WINS BOB-O-LINK GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Jan. 13, 1966

    Wanda Drury, student at Anderson High School and winner of the Fair Beauty Contest the previous summer, was to compete in the Kentucky Fair Association Beauty Contest to be held in Louisville.

    Sixty girls from throughout the state were expected to take part. Drury was to be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Susie B. Drury.

    Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966

  • SLEEPING INTRUDER IS NO GOLDILOCKS

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Nov. 17, 1966

    Mayor John Giles received a check for $700 from 20th Century-Fox studio, payable to the city for 22 days of filming of “The Flim Flam Man” movie here.

    In a letter to the council, Lew Tate, location department head for the studio, said the check represented 22 days of filming at $25 a day plus six construction days for interfering with parking on the streets, loss of revenue and inconvenience to the city.

  • PERPETRATORS EVEN TOOK THE KITCHEN SINK

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Nov. 24, 1966

    First Lieutenant Chester G. Cox, son of Frank P. Cox, Route 1, and the late Mrs. Cox, received the Army Commendation Medal while serving with the 1st Calvary Division in Vietnam.

    The Alton Grocery was purchased by Haskell Gregory and his son Billy John Gregory of Sinai.

    Clarence Sparrow formerly owned the grocery.

    Mrs. Walter Smith suffered a severe cut over her left eye and numerous bruises all over her body when she fell down the basement steps at her Stringtown home.

  • YOUNG LEFT THE BANK AND WAS OFF TO THE RACES

    80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, April 1, 1937

    Paul Waddell and Edward Sweasy, who went on a jaunt to Miami, Florida, Feb. 14, were to return on the upcoming Sunday.

    Lin Mountjoy reported the sale of 10 Kelvinators in the month of March. Local buyers included E. B. Cartinhour, Mrs. Lucien McBrayer, Blakemore McBrayer, Kerb Woods, Jim Goff, John Edd Sweeny, Frank Donnell, Marvin Gaines, Walter Smith and one out of town.

    A county committee on 4-H Club work was organized.

  • Four Anderson High students governor’s scholars

    80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, April 8, 1937

    At a meeting of the county board of education in Anderson County Superintendent C.T. Ward’s office, teachers for both county high schools and all rural graded schools were appointed for 1937-38.

    Teachers at Kavanaugh were: Mrs. C. W. Kavanaugh, Aileen Boggess, Martha Bruce Boggess, Mrs. C.T. Ward and Dave Lawrence.

    At Western High the teacher were Mrs. J. B. Sweeney, Ezra Sparrow and Robert B. Turner.

    In the rural districts, the graded school teachers were appointed as follows:

  • WOULD-BE ACTORS GETTING READY FOR THE CAMERA

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Sept. 8, 1966

    At the Anderson Fiscal Court meeting Friday, the magistrates voted to contribute $25 to the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce as a contribution to Sidewalk Days.

    They approved payment of $72.50 to J.W. Bailey for work done on Benson Creek Road.

  • TAYLOR, FLYNN RECEIVE ROTARY SCHOLARSHIPS

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Sept. 1, 1966

    Mrs. Ernest Satterly fell down her basement steps Monday and broke her right wrist.

    Mary E. Flynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flynn, was to receive two of the five awards to be presented at graduation at the School of Nursing at Philadelphia’s Albert Einstein Medical Center.

    Flynn, a 1963 graduate of Anderson High School, received the Medical Center’s annual Outstanding Student and Patient Care Awards.

  • Hahn wins 14 canning awards at the state fair

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Aug. 25, 1966

    Charlene Peach, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peach, was stung three times by bumble bees on the face Tuesday afternoon while gathering weeds for a pet rabbit.

    Mrs. Peach said a swarm of bees was in a stump near the child and she was stung in the corner of her left eye, on the eyelid and on the nose.

    She was treated by a local physical and then admitted to the Versailles hospital Tuesday night for further treatment. She returned home Wednesday.

  • PETER MUCCIO SETS RECORD IN GLIDER DURATION

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Aug. 18, 1966

    Vickie Thacker, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thacker and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutton appeared on the T-Bar-V show.

    H.H. Hobbs was a patient at the Frankfort hospital with a fractured wrist. He went to sleep while watching television Saturday night and when he awakened and got up, he lost his balance and fell.

  • Movie studio may use Lawrenceburg sites in film

    50 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Aug. 11, 1966

    Twentieth Century Fox movie studio of Hollywood, California was in and out of Lawrenceburg for several weeks looking at areas to shoot a movie.

    The movie was to be titled “Flim Flam Man,” and was a comedy starring George C. Scott and an unknown actor.