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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I print@jpinews.com October 25, 2012 7 The Dart Foundation presented a donation to the Liberty District Ralph Bunche Foun- dation/Community Center, Glasgow, on October 16. Accepting the donation for the Center was Alma Glover, third from right. Dart Foundation Committee members include, from left, Kendall Matthews, Scott Coats, Laura Young, Johnny Burgess and Patty Crain. The Dart Foundation, Horse Cave, presented a check to the Repair Affair on Octo- ber 16. Accepting for the volunteer group was David Sammons, third from right. Dart Foundation Committee members include, from left, Kendall Matthews, Scott Coats, Laura Young, Johnny Burgess and Patty Crain. The Dart Foundation, Horse Cave, presented a check to the Summersville Volunteer Fire Department on October 16. Dart Foundation Committee members, from left, are Patty Crain, Kendall Matthews, Scott Coats and Laura Young; at right, Johnny Burgess. Summerville Firefighters are David R. Milby, Todd Price, Morris Milby and Jimmy Johnson. Students set up a banking account with Reality Store volunteers Lewis Bauer of Citi- zens First Bank and Tammy Sloan and Autumn Adams of South Central Bank. -j Barren County Community Education Director Marcus Kingrey provided entertain- ment options to students at the Reality Store. The Caverna Middle/High School students participated in the Reality Store last week. Thi exercise provides students with real life experiences such as banking, housing, medical needs, child care, transportation, entertainment etc. Students are given a salary and must decide how to manage their finances successfully. Volunteers from the communit pro- Caverna Middle/High School students do Reality Store vide the manpower to make the exercise work. The Reality Store was organized by Caverna Family Resource/ Youth Services Center Coordinator Wilma Bunnell with assistance from Amber Huffman, Hart 4-H/Youth Development Extension Agent and Paula Terry, Barren County 4-H/Youth Development Ex- tension Agent. Mossy Oak Properties/Hart Realty co-owner Paul Thomas provided students with Amber Huffman and Coni Meador attempt to provide students with solutions to their housing options as a volunteer at the Caverna Reality Store. financial problems at the S.O.S. table in the Reality Store. 00Turn Back the Pages compiled by Ann Matera 10 YEARS AGO - 2002 Cainon Schroer was crowned Homecoming Queen at Cavema. Brittany Keys was crowned Hart County Homecoming Queen. The Hart County Raider Band placed sixth in its class in the state semi-fi- nals. They were set to go to Indianapolis to compete in the Bands of America Grand Nationals. 15 YEARS AGO - 1997 Hart County Com- munity Education won a state Five-Star Award for its seminar "A Business of My Own" conducted as a joint project with the Chamber of Commerce and Hart County Extension Service. John Sharpensteen and Rita Strange took the oath of office as new members of the Hart County Board of Education. 20 YEARS AGO - 1992 Myra Logsdon's column featured Mary Sego, Hart county artist and crafts- man. Jennifer Smith was crowned Hart County Homecoming Queen. Jonathon Gardner was her escort. Deaths included that of Dr. Fred J. Cecil, Bard- stown, a longtime Horse Cave doctor and surgeon. 25 YEARS AGO - 1987 In response to a direc- tive from the Department of Labor, the Great Onyx Job Corps was moved into temporary quarters in the Woodland Cottages at Mammoth Cave until the new permanent center could be built in Edmon- son County. A DC United States District Judge or- dered that the original Job Corps site near Great Onyx Cave be returned to a natu- ral state within 120 days. Kristina Williams and Haley Wilson, Cavema qualified to participate in the state cross country meet. 35 YEARS AGO - 1977 The new fire siren, was hoisted to the top of the Palmore-Jaycee Commu- nity Center, Horse Cave. Roger Harlow was awarded a University of Kentucky agriculture scholarship. 50 YEARS AGO - 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Craddock opened their new hardware store on Main Street in Munford- ville two doors north of Hart Theatre. A premature oil well blast on the Lone orooertv near Mammoth Onyx Cave rained debris but caused no injuries. Ten students from Hart County were enrolled at Campbellsville College: David E. Cates, Earnest Lee Davis, Elwood Brans- tetter, Lucille Holton, Wanda Adams, Ruth Ann Hodges, Samuel Thomas Smith, Freddie Hodges, David Lee Melloan and Oma Catherine Jarboe.. On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, Mem- phis State Teachers Col- lege named one of its three new dormitories for Nellie Angel Smith, a native and resident in retirement of Hart County. Miss Smith, present at the ceremony, deferred any honor for the recognition to her grand- father, Edward Milton Angel, who fought for the south at Fort Pillow: " I consider it an honor to him to have taken part for 25 years in the delightful task of teaching boys and girls from Memphis and West Tennessee." Della Edwards, Greens- burg, married Dan Broady, Horse Cave, in Bardstown. 55 YEARS AGO - 1957 The cornerstone was laid for the new Horse Cave Baptist Church. For- mer pastors Leon Larimore and J.D. Hemdofi joined newly-called pastor Joe Vetter and members of the church in placing a cop- per cylinder containing a history of the church from 1868 to 1957 and other "items of interest and en- couragement to posterity" in the cornerstone. James I. Winn was chair of the building committee and J.T. Payton of the finance committee. L.S. Cherry purchased the Plee-Zing Market on Main Street in Horse Cave. Elected cheerleaders at Memorial High were Elaine Slayton, Sue Stur- geon, Judith Bunnell, Janet Logsdon, Belva Short and Barbara Crain. Doris Gar- rison was the faculty spon- sor. 65 YEARS AGO - 1947 Maxine Broady, Can- mer, and John David But- ler, Horse Cave, were mar- ried in Franklin. Curtis Kessler, Horse Cave, enlisted in the Sig- nal Corps, Pacific The- atre. Edwards Parrott, Fairview Camp, enlisted in the 3rd Armored Division, Fort Knox. Pvt. Cecil G. Edwards, Munfordville, graduated from a 13-week training in the Armored Di- vision, Fort Knox. 70 YEARS AGO - 1942 Winners in the school category for the scrap drive were: Small school: Logsdon Valley with 1500 pounds per pupil; Large school: Horse Cave with 421 per pupil. L.D. Bale was the largest individual donor, and Mud Branch Oil Company, the largest business donor. W.W. Rider and Sons was devoting its show win- dow to pictures of all Hart Countians in service. 75 YEARS AGO - 1937 In a letter to County Superintendent R.G. Vass, the state Department of Education Supervisor rec- ommended that LeGrande and Monroe High Schools be closed and the students transported to Memorial but questioned the propri- ety of closing Cub Run and Priceville High Schools since the road to Mun- fordville was in such poor shape. Hardyville news: "John Cook and son, Edwin, have bought Mr. T.E. Conyers' property, store and barber buildings from Mrs. T. Brummell and are rebuild- ing it. They will have it ready for a full line of mer- chandise shortly." 80 YEARS AGO - 1932 Bargain day at Gad- berry's Service Station: six gallons gasoline for 90 cents; car wash, 50 cents; car greased, 50 cents; brakes adjusted - free. Samuel O. Fasig, Chica- go, spoke to a large crowd at the Strand Theatre, Horse Cave, on behalf of the re-election of President Hoover. Congressman Fred M. Vinson was to address vot- ers at Memorial School on behalf of Mr. Roosevelt and the rest of the Demo- cratic ticket. At Cub Run, there was a large crowd to see the home team defeat Le- Grande 23-21. 95 YEARS AGO - 1917 The new postage rate after November 2nd would be three cents an ounce or fraction thereof. All let- ters mailed from one point to another within the town limits were called drop let- ters; the postage on which was two cents. Postal cards would be required to carry two cents to any point. Clarence Jaggers and Lovie Crenshaw, both of Forestville, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Crenshaw.